“The Human Centipede” Movie Poster by The Silent Giants (Onsale Info)

The Alamo Drafthouse commissioned The Silent Giants to create a poster for the unbelievably twisted tale, “The Human Centipede”.  If you haven’t heard of this film yet, Google it, the premise will warp your mind.  The poster is a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an edition of 160, and will be $30.  It goes up today (Friday, May 7th) at 11am CST.  Visit Mondotees.com.

18 Responses to ““The Human Centipede” Movie Poster by The Silent Giants (Onsale Info)”

  1. I’m going to see this at the theater tonight. It could either be one of the best or worst movies ever made. We’ll see if any prints are available when I get home 🙂

  2. I have seen the trailer…all I can say is I would not want to be the caboose in that conga line.

  3. I’ve actually seen this movie, and, pardon the pun, it’s shit. The concept is a novelty, but that wears off pretty quickly. It’s just not a very good movie.

  4. @ iron jaiden…id be curious to hear your take on the film. my wife wants to see it badly. im on the fence. looks like it could be rad or a steaming pile.

  5. @cerebus: yeah that’s what I’m expecting. Watch once at the midnight movie, be grossed out, forget I even saw the thing in a couple weeks.
    I dig the print but I hate having posters for movies I don’t love.

    Conversely when the hell is that incredible Olly Moss Evil Dead poster gettin dropped? That one is gorgeous. Don’t just tease Mondo!

  6. @Tony: haha yeah I’ll be posting to this thread tonight after we get home.

    Either +1 new print from mondo or -2 hours I can’t ever get back 🙂

  7. i cant believe that Alamo Drafthouse asked the Silent Giants to do a poster! Way to go guys! Congrats!!!

    The Silent Giants rule!

  8. I think this is the Silent Giants 2nd Alamo poster. Didn’t they do “the house of the devil”? Also, this poster is cool, but I could never hang a poster for a sick ass movie about eating shit.

  9. It’s the mainstream movie industries response to ‘2 Girls, 1 cup’.

  10. It’s their fourth: Maltese Falcon, Dirty Dozen, House of the Devil, Human Centipede.

  11. Contestant #10 is the winner with a correct answer of 4!
    4 bad ass posters commissioned for The Alamo Drafthouse.
    Tell him what he’s won Johnny….

    Our lucky winner today wins a pat on the ass and a high five from Iron Jaiden!

  12. What the fuck are you talking about?
    I have seen this movie and it was SO GOOD!!!!
    I enjoyed it very very much. What a ride!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. I misread that post and was trying to figure out how Maltese Falcon and Dirty Dozen were the first two mainstream industry responses to “2 Girls 1 Cup.”

  14. this movie looks terrible.

  15. thanks mitch! i didnt realize they have done 4 posters for them.

  16. Just got back from watching The Human Centipede.
    Very hard to give it a grade of any sort.

    The good: Solid camerawork and all around production value, once the lead actresses got their mouths sewn to someone’s anus the acting wasn’t half bad, the movie delivers exactly what it promises to.

    The bad: This movie is almost entirely devoid of any sort of humor. It’s very cruel and never really “comes up for air” (pun totally intended). I like my nasty mixed with funny (see: Evil Dead). Some people will love the movie for that, I found it kind of a bummer (haha another pun!).

    The ugly: ASS TO MOUTH!!!

    Verdict: love The Silent Giants, dig this print, gonna pass because I wanna be reminded of The Human Centipede about as much as I wanna be reminded of a really bad dream I had a week ago.

  17. You didn’t think it had a sense of humor? I thought it had very funny parts. The 3-hound tombstone. Trying to teach the centipede to fetch. Hilarity. The fact the doc wears crocs throughout the film. Ankle-biting. I mean c’mon. The parody of Americans in regular torture-porn films at the beginning. Very funny stuff. Also, the doc and asian dude did great jobs with their roles. I loved the fact that while the premise of the film is disgusting the cinematography is beautiful and the director never resorts to Saw-like grossness. Also, I had great respect that even though the actresses were topless for most of the film, they still found a way to film around this and not be gratuitous. I thought it was a great mad scientist horror/dark comedy.

  18. I just finished watching it. I agree with what Iron Jaiden had to say. I like sick twisted movies, but this was a little heavy on the sick twisted. That was just pretty much all it was. Nothing other than three people getting sewn together to make a centipede. Disappointing. Sweet poster, would never buy it though.

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