‘The Human Centipede’s Ashlynn Yennie Chats About ‘The Scribbler’

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The gorgeous star of twisted horror flick ‘The Human Centipede (First Sequence)’ and its controversial sequel Ashlynn Yennie (below) has been chatting about her part in new John Suits new horror adaption ‘The Scribbler’. Based on the Image Comics graphic novel, by British artist Daniel Schaffer, ‘The Scribbler’ stars the sexy Katie Cassidy (‘Supernatural’) as a women who gets involved an experimental method to help rid her of her multiple personalities. Thankfully she is surrounded on all sides by a range of other equally hot ladies including Eliza Dushku -below (‘Wrong Turn’), Michelle Trachtenberg -below (‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’), Gina Gershon (‘Killer Joe’), and ex-porn star Sasha Grey. Check out a small extract of the interview below where Yennie makes promises of running around naked in the flick(!) along with a brand new nudity-less image. Then make sure you hit up the link at the bottom to read the rest over at Dread Central!


“A young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using ‘The Siamese Burn’, an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being ‘cured’, the more she’s haunted by a thought… what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her?”


Yennie discusses her role:
“I play ‘Emily,’ and all of us are kind of like in this halfway house for the mentally insane, but we are not allowed to live outside in the world yet. I play a girl who has a condition called ‘Vestiphobia’, which is the fear of being trapped in clothing. So I run around naked a lot in this movie!”

New Image from ‘The Scribbler’
New Image from 'The Scribbler'

Ashlynn Yennie Skimps on the Clothes
Ashlynn Yennie Skimps on the Clothes

Eliza Dushku Lunges in Lingerie
Eliza Dushku Lunges in Lingerie

The Sexy Michelle Trachtenberg and Her Sweet Stockings
The Sexy Michelle Trachtenberg and Her Sweet Stockings

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