Donate to Our Fundraiser For Rady Children’s Hospital

10492299_500430906777946_8601374613640364287_nHey everyone, as you know we do our Frights & Pints movie night on occasion as a fun way to hang out with other horror fans, watch movies, and have some fun. What you may not know is this time around, we’re doing it for charity!

Saturday July 25, at Ugly Dog Pub in San Diego (6344 El Cajon Blvd, 92115) we proudly bring to you: Who Goes There Podcast’s Frights & Pints Horror Movie Charity Night: Kills For A Cause! With all proceeds going to benefit Ronald McDonald House at Rady Children’s Hospital here in San Diego.

We’ll have art on display from local artists, a live painting happening, with the painting to be auctioned off at the end of the night, we’ll be playing retro video games before the movie, we’ll be having our amazing raffle with tons of prizes donated from a lot of wonderful people and companies, and of course, we’ll be showing not one, but two horrorific flicks outside on the beautiful patio! Doors are at 5 with the first film starting around 6:30, we’ll kick things off with 1986’s Critters, then we’ll kick it into high gear with one of the best slasher franchises of all time Hatchet! The bar has agreed to donate a portion of sales to the charity as well, so come play the game of drink with us!

For those of you interested in donating, but unable to make the event, we’ve set up online donations via PayPal. Anyone who donates $10 or more will get a free Who Goes There Podcast beer coozie, pins and stickers, and also be entered in an exclusive online only drawing for some sweet prizes. The donation link is below, we ask that you please give what you can, and even if you can’t donate, please share this on your facebook, twitter, anything to help spread the word. We’re going to leave the online donation link up until one week after the event (8/2) Let’s raise as much as possible for these brave little ass kickers. You can RSVP on the Facebook event page here.


 

Cult actor Robert Z’Dar dies in Pensacola

B9316815151Z.1_20150331194912_000_GC6ACNNTF.1-0From PNJ.com: Actor Robert Z’Dar, the massive man with the gigantic chin best known for the cult film series “Maniac Cop,” died Monday night in Pensacola after being hospitalized when he came to town to appear at Pensacon, according to his long-time manager and friend Jim Decker.

Born Robert J. Zdarsky, the 6-foot-2 actor was featured in more than 121 films, including cult classics like the first three “Maniac Cop” films, “Soultaker,” “The Final Sanction” and “Samurai Cop” (the sequel to which Z’Dar had been set to join immediately after Pensacon). He also enjoyed roles in mainstream hits such as “Tango & Cash” and TV roles on “Growing Pains” and the 1990 series “The Flash.” Continue reading

Who Goes There Podcast Becomes Part of ScareTissue.com!

1526482_464855996959465_1058026670_nWhen we started this podcast we wanted to get drunk, talk horror and meet awesome people who also love horror. Today we’re proud to announce we have taken a huge step toward getting more drunk, talking more horror, and meeting more awesome people!

Who Goes There has become a member of the ScareTissue.com family! Scare Tissue is the fastest growing horror site, featuring more news, reviews, and interviews than we could ever hope to offer. By joining up with ST.com we’re able to bring our followers more content, and just focus on making a fun, entertaining show. This “merger” is going to mean big things for both entities, we thank everyone for their continued support, and helping us get to this point. It means more than you could ever know.

Keep checking both WhoGoesTherePodcast.com and ScareTissue.com to see all the new fear-tures. See what I did there?

Several Release Posters For It Follows

it_followsCheck out several new one-sheets for David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows – already the most anticipated horror film of the year – which Radius-TWC will release on March 27th.

“For 19-year-old Jay (Maika Monroe), the fall should be about school, boys and weekends at the lake. Yet after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter she suddenly finds herself plagued by nightmarish visions; she can’t shake the sensation that someone, or something, is following her. As the threat closes in, Jay and her friends must somehow escape the horrors that are only a few steps behind.” Continue reading

Resident Evil Revelations 2 Pushed Back

ResidentEvilRevelations2I’ve got some good news and some bad news. The bad news is Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be making its episodic debut a week later than originally planned — see revised release dates below — to allow for some additional fine-tuning. There’s always the Resident Evil HD remake to hold you over.

The good news is the bad news wasn’t all that bad, and we have some spooky monster footage, courtesy of the lovely folks at Capcom who only want the best for us. Continue reading

Did Jason Voorhees Just Kill Last Year?

LastYear_F13-620x400Jason Voorhees won’t be returning from his decades long vacation from video games for another nine months and he’s already claimed his first victim. Last week, the Kickstarter page for the indie slasher game Last Year was taken down and replaced with a claim of a copyright violation submitted by the rights holders of the Friday the 13th film franchise.

We’ve mentioned Last Year on a couple of our shows, and have been really excited since hearing about it, we even made the comparison between the two games. Continue reading

Salma Hayek’s Everly Gets Official Trailer

let7024_5cb7c67a-f51c-e411-ba69-d4ae527c3b65-1024x624It’s no secret, I think Salma Hayek is one of the sexiest women alive. She’s steamier than a hot shit on a cold day, and I couldn’t be more excited to see her kicking ass (and half naked) in this new official trailer for Everly, available on iTunes and On Demand January 23, 2015 and in limited theaters February 27, 2015.

Wrong Turn 2 and Knights of Badassdom‘s Joe Lynch directs the tale of a woman (played by Salma Hayek) forced to take arms against a sea of assassins dispatched by her mob boss ex-husband. Continue reading

Adam Green Takes Digging Up The Marrow on the Road

IGrbJAdam Green has announced a tour for Digging Up the Marrow, which will be released theatrically February 20, 2015.

Image Entertainment’s Digging Up the Marrow was written and directed by Adam Green (Froze, Hatchet, Hatchet II), and inspired by the artwork of artist Alex Pardee.

The film stars Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, X-Men First Class), Will Barratt (Frozen), and a roster full of horror genre favorites and iconic artists all appearing as themselves. Continue reading

Not The First Rodeo For The Final Girls

ginnyEvery movie has a “final girl”, the one heroine who survives the slasher and goes on to tell the tale. (how else would we get a sequel?) Of course we all know some time down the road, the killer will come looking for you again. Here’s a trailer for Final Girls, shot in Chicago back in 2013.

The filmmakers will test the film with an audience at the Kansas City’s Panic Film Festival. The director of the film, Matt Storc, and two of the stars, Ashley Nickell and Emily Rochester, will be in attendance for a Q&A after the film. Continue reading

New Walking Dead Trailer Looks Sweeeeeeeet

TheWalkingDeadNewsAMC released this absolutely stunning new trailer for The Walking Dead, which returns Sunday, February 8 at 9pm ET/PT.

After the tragic events of the mid-season finale–as well as losing the possibility of a cure in Washington, DC–Rick Grimes’ band of survivors find themselves on the road, surviving day to day and trying to hold on to their shredded humanity and dwindling hope. Continue reading