'Human Centipede 2' Teaser: Meet The New Creep

Is that the kid from 'The Sandlot'? Here's our first official, non-Australian look at The Human Centipede 2 from director Tom Six. Looks like we've got a new creep running around with a penchant for sewing and bum-bums. You might be asking yourself,  "How can two psychopaths have the same vision of a multi-legged butt monster?" Well, the answer is here. The new psycho, Dr. Butt-Monster, is actually an everyday crazy guy who saw the first film and decided to try it out in real life. Makes sense to me. Also, kudos on casting another eery-looking actor who will ruin my sleep patterns. I'm pretty sure that's the kid from The Sandlot. Child actors, man. They can't be trusted.

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The biggest night ever for the awkward kid, pretty girl, outcast, token black couple, and kid planning to lose his virginity! Ah, prom! Remember that magical night? That unforgettable evening where you spent a lot of money on a tux, limo, and corsage all because your platonic female friend's older boyfriend didn't want to go with her? No, just me? Well, either way, that's not the plot of the upcoming Disney film Prom, which revolves around that ever so pivotal (at least in movies) night in the lives of several archetypal teenagers. Good luck to you, awkward kid, pretty girl, outcast, token black couple, and kid planning to lose his virginity! The film stars Aimee Teegarden, Cameron Monaghan, and Nicholas Braun, and it's in theaters April 29th. It promises to be fun for the whole family!* *If you're 12 years old and an orphan.


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Michael Shannon Creeps The Bejesus Out Of You In 'The Iceman' Trailer

He'll kill you, then he'll read his kids a bedtime story. We've seen how disturbing Michael Shannon can be as a G-Man in Boardwalk Empire, and as a family man in the indie film Take Shelter, so it should be no surprise that when he goes full evil, it's a spectacle to behold. Such is his role in The Iceman as Richard Kulinski, one of the most notorious hitmen of all time. Good rule of thumb: Never cross Michael Shannon. Don't even talk to him. You'd probably be safer petting a wild tiger. Take a look.


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After viewing this trailer, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. After viewing the newest trailer for Trust, it would appear that Dateline adapted their "To Catch a Predator" series into a suspense thriller. Clive Owen and Catherine Keener play the parents of a 14 year-old who gets an Internet boyfriend who is not what he claims to be. The trailer does a good job of making me want to know more about who this guy is. Is he 49 years-old? Does he just have one big eye in his forehead? I guess we'll have to pay to find out. As trite as the subject matter could be, I'm hopeful that with this cast, Trust will stand the test of time better than other Internet-based thrillers such as The Net and Disclosure. The real wildcard here is David Schwimmer, who directs. His only other feature work was Run, Fatboy, Run, which didn't exactly wow audiences with its deft direction, but the trailer seems to be cohesive (and cryptic) enough that audiences will want to pull at this thread. My guesses for who the online predator is (in descending order of likelihood): Channing Tatum Marcel, the monkey from "Friends" Clint Howard