Get Stitched Up With a Human Centipede Christmas Double
By: Craig Villinger on December 17, 2012 | Comments

Can't stomach the thought of sitting through Ernest Saves Christmas once again this season? Get out of your overly decorated living room, because Monster Pictures is giving the gift of 'Mouth to Anus' this Christmas!

While TV networks are stuffing their screens with overly sentimental Christmas crap the Monster Pictures crew will be celebrating the festive season with an incredibly un-PC Yuletide treat – a big screen double feature consisting of The Human Centipede and The Human Centipede Part II at Melbourne's Cinema Nova on December 19.

In The Human Centipede a mad German doctor kidnaps three tourists and joins them surgically, mouth to anus, to form a "human centipede”, while in The Human Centipede Part II a disturbed loner watches the original film and decides to make his own centipede consisting of 12 people.

Tickets for the double feature are just $20 and can be ordered online from the Cinema Nova website, or in person at the Cinema Nova Box Office.

The Human Centipede will kick-off at 6:45pm with The Human Centipede Part II to follow at 9:00pm. As a special Christmas treat Ashlynn Yennie, the star of The Human Centipede and The Human Centipede Part II, will chat with fans via a Skype hookup live from LA, and a "Sicko Santa" will also be on hand to dispense DVDs, T-shirts, lobby cards, and posters from his bulging sack.

Thanks to Monster Pictures we're giving away 2 double passes to the screening. For your chance to win simply send an email to with your name, state, postcode, and the subject heading "I Want Ass to Mouth This Christmas" and you'll be in the running. Entries close at midday on December 18, so get in quick!

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