If youâ€™re anything like me, youâ€™ll leap at the chance to catch a new genre offering before it hits theaters. This Friday a pair of shockers hit On-Demand, and while one hasnâ€™t earned a wealth of early praise, the other has ignited outrage and controversy (damn near) beyond belief.
First up is Tom Sixâ€™s sadistic chiller, Human Centipede 2, the follow up to Sixâ€™s 2009 surprise hit, Human Centipede: First Sequence. This time around weâ€™re dealing with a highly disturbed individual by the name of Martin. Martin uses Sixâ€™s first installment as a legitimate blueprint, as heâ€™s not only obsessed with the film, heâ€™s taking it to the next level, studying and crafting his own human centipede.
The film stars Laurence R. Harvey, Ashlynn Yennie and Maddi Black. IFC in Theaters is now showing the film for the modest price of $6.99.
Also debuting via cable providers today is the brutally panned home invasion flick, Trespass. Iâ€™d leap into a brief synopsis of the film, but I pretty much already did that: itâ€™s a home invasion flick, and if early reviews hold a semblance of truth, it isnâ€™t a spectacular one.
Joel Schumacher directs, while Nicolas Cage, Nicole Kidman and Cam Gigandet star. You can check out Trespass for $6.99.