Ep182: Hell House LLC 2: The Abaddon Hotel & Housewife

It’s finally October! Let’s be honest. Most of us get a little bit excited when the calendar flips over to October; leaves changing, Halloween decorations, pumpkin spice everything, and a shit ton of horror movies on T.V.! For us here at the Who Goes There Podcast, October also means the Telluride Horror Show! We’re starting October off the right way with a Telluride double feature!

First we’re kicking things off with Housewife (review starts at 14:00). Housewife screened at Telluride Horror show in 2017 and is the second film from Baskin director Can Evrenol. Next we’re diving in to Hell House LLC 2: The Abaddon Hotel. (Review starts at 40:00) While HHLLC2 didn’t screen at the festival, it is the sequel to the original Hell House LLC which screened in 2015.

This is life’s ultimate cruelty. It offers us a taste of youth and vitality, and then it makes us witness our own decay. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 182@

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Ep 181: Mandy & The Predator

Over this last week the horror community has been talking about two things: The Predator, and Mandy. Well, consider yourself lucky; because we’re going to talk about both! This week the gang’s all here and we’re getting right down to the nitty gritty with a double feature! First, we’ll talk about the blood soaked, acid trip of a second film from Beyond the Black Rainbow director Panos Comatos, Mandy (Review starts at 7:10). Then, as everyone knows, when you’re high you’ve got to come down, and Shane Black’s Predator is a come down, trust. (Review starts at 32:26)

The outside world doesn’t want to hear this kind of bullshit. Just keep it locked away. You’ve already managed that for two thousand years. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 181!

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Ep180: The Nun – WGT

Our relationship with AMC’s A-List is not off to a great start. Thus far we’ve sat through SlendermanHappytime Murders, and now we’ve had to overcome the 100 minute long jump scare known as The Nun. On the bright side, the card does sort of make me feel like at least I’m not paying to see these movies. If you happen to be a fan of the episodes where we get really angry, you’ll be pretty happy over the next couple of weeks.

Do you know how many people are together right now making love this very second? I’ll bet they’re also listening to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 180!

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Ep179: Slaughter High – WGT

It’s Back-To-School month here at Dread Central,  and as I’m sure you’re aware, the Who Goes There Podcast are all about school spirit! This week, we’re heading back to high school, and back to 1986 to discuss floppy dongs, attempted murder, and cult classic Slaughter High! (Review starts a 32:43).

In addition to our weekly walk through the wacky world of horror, we’re running down our favorite high school horror films, and bringing you some of our own cringe worthy high school stories. Don’t forget to check out Back-to-School month at Dread Central, and let us know your favorite high school horror films in the comments!

It seems there are just some things you can’t do seriously with liberated women; like the Who Goes There Podcast episode 179!

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Ep178: Ruin Me – WGT

September is finally here. Across the country kids are heading back to school, it’s still ninety degrees in Southern California, and fall is just around the corner. Right now is the perfect time to go camping before it gets too cold to sleep outside. And if you’re going to go camping, why not pay a bunch of ex cons to chase you through the woods with pointy objects? Surely nothing could go wrong, right?

This week we take a look at the 2018 Shudder exclusive, Ruin Me. (Spoiler free review starts at 28:18, spoilers start at 39:30)

Did ye make some unholy bond with that goat? I did. In return, he gave me the Who Goes There Podcast episode 178!

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Ep176: Slender Man – WGT

Ahoy there, fuckos! We’re back with another rip roaring, humdinger episode of the Who Goes There Podcast, but first we need to go over some background information to bring you up to speed on the Slender Man. In 2009, an internet forum user named Eric Knudsen (also known as “Victor Surge”) created and unleashed the Slender Man upon the masses. Depicted as a thin, unnaturally tall humanoid with a featureless head and face and wearing a black suit, stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him appearing throughout history to stalk, abduct or traumatize people, particularly children.

In 2012 a video game entitled Slender: The Eight Pages was released and scared the piss out of a new group of unsuspecting cowards; and in 2014 art and reality came crashing together as two twelve year old girls stabbed a classmate 19 times in an attempt to join Slender Man’s cult.

Now, in 2018 we have Slender Mana movie no one wanted, released more than five years after it’s titular character was most relevant (review starts at 30:48). Is Slender Man really as bad as everyone thinks it will be? Is the film nothing more than Sony’s disgusting attempt to make a quick buck off the attempted murder of a child? Tune in to find out!

I love to feel the flames devour the wood. Who says there’s no beauty in destruction? It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 176!

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Ep175: American Guinea Pig: The Song of Solomon – WGT

When we first started the Who Goes There Podcast in May 2013, I wanted to inform people of the most vile, grotesque, nigh unwatchable horror films I could find. My goal was to bring the movies that I loved to the attention of an audience who otherwise may not know they exist. Upon the list of films I used to describe my vision, was the Japanese Guinea Pig films; a collection of films so gory, so extreme and unflinching in their portrayal of violence and viscera, actor Charlie Sheen once called the FBI to report the films as actual snuff!

Today is a good day, my friends. Today, we review the third installment of the American counterpart to the original six films. Today, we discuss American Guinea Pig: The Song of Solomon, written and directed by Stephen Biro (review starts at 24:24). As the Catholic Church tries to save an innocent soul from the ravages of satanic possession, wave after wave of holy men are sent to confront the possessed. Featuring real rituals of exorcism, taken from De Exorcismus Et Supplicationibus Quibusdam (the Vatican’s book on exorcisms), and 100% practical effects, American Guinea Pig: The Song of Solomon just might be the most graphic exorcism film ever made.

Baby’s fat. You fat… fat and juicy. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 175!

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Ep 174: Ghost Stories – WGT

Rejoice, you plebs! For today is the anniversary of the day the world was gifted with…ME! That’s right, it’s my birthday! So you know what that means? It means the episode is late. Ha! This week we’re discussing 2018’s Ghost Stories, in which Arch skeptic Professor Phillip Goodman embarks upon a terror-filled quest when he stumbles across a long-lost file containing details of three cases of inexplicable ‘hauntings’. Review starts at 32:35.

We’ve been looking forward to reviewing this for quite some time. For a few months now, the movie has only been available on demand, and only on certain cable providers. Now it has finally been released to the rest of us. It kind of felt like getting to watch the dog eat before you, because “the dog didn’t forget to put gas in the car.” I digress.

Aw man! The monsters are doing it doggy style. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 174!

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Ep173: Unfriended: Dark Web – WGT

Que onda wey?! It’s time for another episode of the Who Goes There Podcast, and we know you’ve got the warm and fuzzies down in your cold and prickly. San Diego Comic Con has officially come and gone and we’re running down all of the horror news from the con that we could be bothered to give a shit about.

If breathing in the funk of unbrushed geek teeth wasn’t enough to get you all sopping wet this week also saw the release of Unfriended: Dark Web and you’d better believe we’re about to have our way with it. If you are a fan of heated conversations, flared tempers and all hell breaking loose, merry fuckin’ Christmas!

Lady, nothing surprises me anymore. We fucked up the air, the water, we fucked up each other. Why don’t we just finish the job by flushing our brains down the toilet? It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 173!

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Ep 172: The Blob (1988) – WGT

Hear, ye! Hear, ye! By royal proclamation, King Sam has sacrificed his monthly movie pick, so that the foul mouthed female of the Who Goes There Podcast can have her first ever staff pick! Alia definitely wasn’t fucking around and came in with guns blazing with her pick of 1988’s The Blob!

The Blob has been consistently been suggested for review by our Patreon subscribers for as long as we’ve been taking Patreon suggestions. Alia did not take them into consideration what-so-ever, and picked this film for her own selfish reasons; this is why I love her. Is it from outer space? Is it made by the military? Maybe it’s something coughed up after a night of mixing Pepto Bismol with boxed wine. Tune in and find out!

Oh, I expect by now he’s just finishin’ up with her. We’ll just wait here till he gets back. We can listen to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 172!

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