Kill Dr. Heiter’s Ass-to-Mouth Beast in ‘Human Centipede: The Game’


If you’re getting antsy waiting for the sequel to IFC’s mad-scientist thriller The Human Centipede, you may want to kill some time with NewGround.com’s Human Centipede: The Game.

A modified version of Atari’s classic Centipede arcade game, Human Centipede: The Game puts you in Dr. Heiter’s scrubs as he faces off against a his own creation.

The game breakdown reads:

You are Dr. Heiter, a brilliant German surgeon who has gone mad and surgically attached people ass-to-mouth to create the Human Centipede. Unfortunately, your patients are not pleased with being human centipedes and have begun to rebel against you.

Now you must take your trusty rifle and put down these human centipedes like the bad dogs they are. Don’t forget to watch out for the police and collect glasses of water with roofies to slow down the centipedes!

This Centipede game parody is based on the heartwarming, feel good movie of the year for the whole family to enjoy – Human Centipede. We’ve just added a variety of medals to it, including a few secret ones you’ll surely be able to unlock if you make it far enough in the game. Also included is a high scores list for those of you who are skilled enough to gun down plenty o’ those pesky human centipedes to make it into the top ten.

Directed by Dutch filmmaker Tom Six, The Human Centipede stars newbie actresses Ashlynn Yennie and Ashley C. Williams, Japanese actor Akihiro Kitamura, and Germany’s Dieter Laser as the deranged Dr. Heiter.

To read a review of The Human Centipede, go here.



Lisa Marie Presley’s fashion model daughter Riley Keough is set to replace plain-jane Olivia Thirlby in director Bradley Rust Gray’s outrageous teen-lesbo/werewolf mash-up Jack & Diane. Juno Temple, the cute blonde from Year One, costars.

Keough will now play Jack, a harden New York City dyke determined to keep her latest out-of-town conquest Diane (Temple) from leaving. What Jack doesn’t know is that Diane’s lesbian-awakening has unleashed her animalistic nature (she’s a werewolf).

Jack & Diane has been in development hell for over four years. The film was scheduled to begin shooting in New York City this month before Keough’s casting was announced.

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