If you haven’t seen the trailer for IFC’s newest, and probably creepiest looking film to date, film titled The Human Centipede, check it out here. We’ll wait… Now that you have seen the trailer, and I’m sure you are intrigued, you probably want to know where you can catch this film.

The film will be slithering its way into 14 cities this Friday, May 7th. Fortunately for those of you in any of those cities, you have the ability to grab a few free late night passes. For our readers in our place of birth, Cleveland, Ohio, we were able to gather up 16 passes in all. We have eight (8) sets of passes for the Capitol Theater in Lakewood, Ohio and eight (8) passes for the Cedar Lee Theater in Cleveland Heights, Ohio. If you’ll notice from the tour poster Film School Rejects will be hosting the two screenings in Cleveland, and I personally will be hosting the Cedar Lee screening and will have some prizes courtesy of IFC films. We know that most of you wouldn’t be able to make it to the Cleveland showing, but check out the tour poster to see showing times in your area.

To grab yourself a pass you only have to do two things:

1. Become a fan of Film School Rejects on Facebook, do your friends a favor and recommend them to us as well (it wouldn’t hurt).

2. Go to The Human Centipede’s Facebook Page and leave IFC a message on their wall. Tell them Film School Rejects sent you.

Below you will find the poster listing all 14 cities and our various friends around the web who are sponsoring screenings.

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