Ep203: Audition – WGT

Oodalolly, oodalolly, golly what a day! We’re going to talk about The Gay Agenda! No, I’m not talking about what they’re doing to the soil over at Stuart’s trailer park. We’re joined by Luis, drummer for the San Diego hardcore band The Gay Agenda, to discuss “queer core” and some good, old fashioned, Japanese gore in the form of 1999’s Audition.

Audition has been hailed as a “turning point in Japanese cinema” and is celebrating its twenty year anniversary with the release of a sweet, new 2K restoration. We’re here to answer the REAL questions, folks. Does Audition live up to the hype? Does it still hold up after two decades of infamy? Tune in and find out.

You can find The Gay Agenda on Facebook and Bandcamp.

Audition

Your mouth would make an interesting urinal. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 203!

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Ep202: Velvet Buzzsaw

Art is arguably one of the most powerful forces on Earth. In the right (or wrong) hands art can spark inspiration, bring together a nation, or destroy a regime. However, when art falls into supernatural hands it has the power to kill pretentious yuppies in hilarious ways; enter Velvet Buzzsaw. (Review starts at 28:12)

Velvet Buzzsaw has the unique distinction of being “a horror movie about art, versus an art movie about horror”; boy is it a good thing it is. In addition to our on point critiques of Velvet Buzzsaw we’ll also give you the abridged history of Mormonism, our thoughts on new film The Prodigy, and explore Matt’s “habit forming” Hierophilia.

I’d like to know what you’re doing with all that chicken in your pants. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 202!

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Ep201: Piercing – WGT

Guys, we’re finally on Spotify! We know, we should have been on there much sooner, but there was some kind of problem with our artwork. The point is, now you can easily access our “quality horror content” without a designated podcast app!

One we hit episode 200 we decided we were going to do less “mainstream new releases” and more of what we actually want to do. With that in mind, if you came here this week looking for Happy Death Day 2U or The Prodigy, sucks for you haomie, you’re getting Piercing! (Review starts at 23:50)

Have you ever had the uncontrollable urge to stab your newborn baby to death with an icepick? Have you decided instead to stab a prostitute to death, only to a wild, romcom of a night with said prostitute? Well, then you might be the inspiration behind the movie Piercing, which is directed by the same guy who did The Eyes of My Mother, and based on the book Piercing, which was written by the guy who wrote Audition. So that’s fun.

I wish there was a very nice woman hiding somewhere. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 201!

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Ep200: Alien & Father’s Day – WGT

When we started the Who Goes There Podcast in the Spring of 2013 our goal was to introduce people to the insane movies that we love, especially the more obscure films. As of late we have lost our way a bit and fallen into reviewing every Hollywood horror film that is released, regardless of if we even want to watch it. For episode 200, we said, “fuck that noise!”

That’s right, slap nuts! For episode 200 we’re kicking off Februwiener the right way by fluffing ourselves and our egos! This week we’re doing two movies; we’re doing “the ultimate Matt and Jorge movies”! Each of us picked a movie that we feel best captures what we love about horror and we’re cramming it in to one girthy ass…episode.

First we kick things off with 1979’s Alien (Review starts at 31:30), then we get zany as fuck with the 2011 Troma release Father’s Day (Review at 1:01:00)

You want a dick month? We’ll give you dick month! Starting with the Who Goes There Podcast episode 200!

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Ep199: Glass – WGT

In 2017, M. Night Shyamalan shocked the horror universe! When the occasionally-genius-often-terrible director revealed his new film Split, (about a super-human schizophrenic) was in fact a sequel to 2000’s Unbreakable and part of a planned trilogy, fans and haters alike lost their collective minds.

Fast forward two years and the trilogy is now complete, with the release of the third and “final” installment: Glass. In order to tackle a movie of such great importance, we’ve reformed our powerful threesome and brought Chris back to…make sense of Glass.(Review starts at 31:27)

We’ll catch up on all things Chris, and get down to our usual douche baggery; but you love that, you dumb bastard.

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Glass Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, and Bruce Willis

Maybe now you’ll take me syrupsly! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 199!

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