About midway through our podcast on "The ABCs of Death" the idea emerged that the crew at BGH had become a little -- how do you say? --re-sensitized to some of the more extreme elements of the horror genre. The next week, we luckily continued the re-de-sensitization with a shower of gore that is known as "Evil Dead."
"The Human Centipede" became the unlikeliest of cultural memes when it surfaced back in 2009. From hipster art projects on Etsy to an episode of South Park, "Centipede" was the movie that nearly everyone seemed to know about but only a handful had actually seen.
Why wouldn't there be a musical version of "The Human Centipede" floating around. "Evil Dead" got one, "The Toxic Avenger" got one so why the hell wouldn't someone want to sing about people getting sowed together ass to mouth. Of course it should be noted that this musical is in no way associated with the Tom Six's movie. It doesn't even follow the same storyline really.
I've been following Tim Six's "The Human Centipede" for a while now, and I simply cannot wait until this thing hits DVD so I can prove to everyone just how sick I really am. In the meantime, this latest promotional clip is all I have to keep my demented sensibilities satisfied until its release.
I've been holding out for a feature trailer for Gasper Noe's "Enter the Void" for quite some time now. Fortunately for everyone, a clip has finally hit this complicated series of interconnected computers we're all currently addicted to. It's definitely not safe for work, so be sure to have you boss stop by while you're watching it.
In Real People News:
If you live in the Midwest, there's a very strong possibility you saw what appeared to be a large fireball light up the sky last night. Rest assured that both Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum have been contacted in case a large, omnious spacecraft emerges from the clouds. Good thing I taught my dog how to dodge explosions last year.