I’ve told you about this freaky Human Centipede movie before, but now we have some of the first video. Here’s the delightful rundown:
In The Human Centipede, Dr. Heiter (Dieter Laser) is a leering, sepulchral surgeon from Germany whose specialty is separating Siamese twins. Dr. Heiter decides to evolve his craft by sewing together living beings together at the “mucous-cutaneous zone” (guess) in order to create Siamese triplets with a single digestive system. After his experiment in creating a three-segment rottweiler (“a beautiful three-hound construction”) fails, Dr. Heiter tries again, shifting his attention to humans. First, a trucker is stolen away while relieving himself on the side of the road, Next, two clueless party girls who come knocking on Dr. Heiter’s door after getting lost in the German forest get pulled into the experiment. After erasing the trucker from the picture, the doctor finds another victim: a crazed Japanese man wandering around Germany. The doctor concludes the initial phase of his experiment by splicing together the two girls and the Japanese man. At this stage, the film really goes berserk as Dr. Heiter attempts to impose his personal brand of order and discipline on an increasingly out-of-control situation. [via Twitch]
This sounds awesome: “first this German guy sews some people’s mouths and anuses together, and THEN, things start to get weird.” And it seems realistic because the poop-eating weirdness involves both Germans and Japanese. I’m gonna go out on a limb and say the clueless party girls are from Florida. In related news, Weston Coppola Cage wrote six new songs after finding out “sepulchral” was a real adjective.