Ep266: Dark City – WGT

Greetings, all you little crotch goblins! We hope you’re ready for a wild ride, because this week is one of those “sci-fi-horror” episodes you all love so much! This week we’re joined by the haomie, and author of I’m Not Even Supposed To Be Here Today, Brian Asman to discuss the cerebral, cenebyte-ish, world of Dark City.

Rhett claims that Matt was feeling a little saucy since Brian was sitting in, and things get a little wild. We reminisce about whatever became of Joey Buttafuoco, the magic of and potential sequel to Prayer of the Rollerboys, the new Unsolved Mysteries and much much more. So you can either keep pulling pud with your greasy grandpappy, or you can shove them headphones into your ear holes and have yourself a lil listen!

Rest assured we got something wonderful planned for you, so much pain, so much sorrow! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 266!

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Ep265: Get In – WGT

Hidey-ho, nerderinos! For the first time in over three months we are all back together in the Who Goes There studio! A fact only made all the more special because this week we’re covering a home invasion movie! Now that I think about it, we should have covered more home invasion movies while everyone was on quarantine. Oh well, next time.

This week we head to France to watch a little film that may have slipped under your radar while silently popping up on Netflix. That’s right, this week we talk about 2020’s Get In. (Review at 24:24) So like… get in there!

Tonight, on the Clamp Cable Classic Movie Channel, don’t miss Casablanca, now in full color with a happier ending. But first: it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 265!

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Ep264: Blood Machines & Blood Quantum w/ The Gay Agenda – WGT

Look alive, little losers! June is pride month, so in order to celebrate, the Who Goes There Podcast got gay. Well, by that we mean that we got our good friends Luis and David from the “queer core” band The Gay Agenda. You may remember Luis from our Audition episode (ep203), this time he brought along singer David to discuss their new record Penetrating, out now on La Escalera records.

We dive into quite a few different topics on this episode, but you only come here for our thoughts on movies, right? Well, those reviews start around 55:18 and this week we are discussing two bloody delightful tales! First we dive deep into the sexy, sci-fi, hypercolor, hour-long music video for synthwave group Carpenter Brut known as Blood Machines. Next on the docket is a little Canadian film about a tribe of Native Americans during a zombie outbreak, Blood Quantum (both available on Shudder).

So come hang out, learn some stuff, listen to two new songs of The Gay Agenda’s new album, and then go leave us a 5* review and sign up for our Patreon!

I’ve shit myself skinny, and it’s all thanks to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 264!

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Ep263: The Wretched – WGT

Konichiwa, dorks! I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but there is a global pandemic going on right now. As a result of said pandemic, movies theaters across the country have been forced to close their doors. Well, you know what they say about grey clouds and silver linings? That’s right, ya gloomy Gus, drive-in movie theaters are now thriving again, and a little horror film called The Wretched has topped the box office charts for 3 weeks now!

I know you’re probably thinking, “That’s all well and good. But, what movie are you guys talking about this week?” That movie! The Wretched, we’re discussing The Wretched. You mouth breathing, thick skulled dunce! (Review starts at 35:40) In addition you can definitely hear our usual brand of idiocy, I know we talk about muppet sex… again.

I’m not gonna charge ya, you stupid bastard. Did you hear that? “How much”! Ha ha ha! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 263!

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Ep262: Mutant Blast w/ WWE Superstar Baron Corbin

With all that is going on in not only the world, but our own backyard, it seems inappropriate to be celebrating anything. Well, we reached a pretty important milestone here at the Who Goes There Podcast. Today is 7 years to the day since we posted our very first episode. So in honor of such a big event we brought back our biggest (literally) guest to date. That’s right! The haomie Baron Corbin is back to give us his “kingly” take on all things horror!

Last time Tom (Baron) was on the show, we discussed the Stranger Things-esque Summer of ’84. While King Corbin seemed pleased with this offering, we wanted to REALLY ramp up the insanity this time around and show him what WGT is all about. This week we’re discussing the 2019/2020, Portuguese Troma film Mutant Blast (Review starts at 37:07).

We also go back and discuss The Platform, Tom’s “disclaimer” for recommending Matt picks, casual name drops and the fight Matt and Tom will have at Mania 40. What can you expect from the movie itself? How about the most blood in any movie we’ve ever covered? That do anything for you? How about a man-sized, French Lobster in a business suit? Nothing? What if I told you there are no less than 7 heads being PUNCHED off?! That’s right, little ones. Don’t miss this awesome 7 year anniversary extravaganza! 

Yes, you may be excused. But hurry back: we’re cutting gonads next. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 262!

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Ep261: The Beyond – WGT

Blessed be, dumdums! We’re back again with another load of horror goodness for your ear…cavities. It should come as no surprise to anyone that I am a huge fan of the films of Lucio Fulci. Likewise, it should come as no surprise that neither Jorge, nor Rhett had seen a Fulci film. This fact makes me a sad panda. 

The time to rejoice is upon us, ye lil nerds! We’re remedying this grave injustice by showing the guys The Beyond. I know The Beyond may not be the best movie to introduce folks to Fulci, but damnit, if you’re gonna do it, do it right! (Review at 32:39) 

Did Jorge and Rhett enjoy the movie? Did they hate it like they hate everything else? Some of you are still out of work and have all the time in the world, while the rest are going back to work and now have a commute again. Point is, you have nothing but time and no reason NOT to listen!

Tune in next week as we’re joined by WWE Superstar Baron Corbin to discuss 2020’s Mutant Blast.

Shit fire and save the matches, Johnny! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 261!

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Ep260: I See You – WGT

I grew up during the 90’s in a very, how can I put this delicately, a household that is white as fuck. If there were two shows that all white people watched in the 90’s, those shows were Wings and Mad About You. (If you’re white and you say you didn’t watch these shows, you’re only lying to yourself.) 

Mad About You aired from the time I was ten until I was seventeen. Not only did young me think that this is exactly what being an adult would be like, but I fully believed in the love that Paul and Jaime shared and wanted to experience that kind of deep emotional love for myself. 

Did y’all know Helen Hunt is still alive and acting?! Are you aware that she did a horror film called I See You and it came out this past December?! Does it come as any kind of surprise, knowing what you now know, that I jumped at the chance to review a Helen Hunt movie?! (Review at 33:11)

And you will face the sea of darkness, and all therein that may be explored. There, you shall find the Who Goes There Podcast episode 260!

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Ep259: Sea Fever – WGT

Avast, ye scurvy dogs! We’re setting sail on the high seas for the adventure of a lifetime. This week we’ve got fiery redheads, tentacles, Irish accents, killer sperm, and all the sailor superstitions that you can shake your rotting oar at. This week we’ll be discussing the new sea fairing indie horror darling Sea Fever. (Review at 33:55)

In addition to our usual brand of fuckery, we try to free Sophia from Rhett’s cinematic… “conditioning”, we talk about life in lockdown, the movies we’ve seen etc. Look, you know how this works right now. We talk about movies, you listen. I only fill in all of this nonsense because if it’s under 300 words the algorithm has a tissy fit. Look, Stephen King personally tweeted that this movie was an excellent quarantine watch. We all know how hyperbolic that goof can be, so here we are. The only trusted name in horror. 😉

If I weren’t about to shit in my pants right now, I’d be fuckin’ fascinated. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 259!

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Ep258: The Witch: Subversion – WGT

Praise be unto King Sam for we have returned from the darkness and are bringing you into the light! Yes last week we took a much needed week off to recharge our batteries and are back bigger and better than ever! Yes, we recorded this episode before the break. Also, we are still recording remotely, and now we here.

I don’t know if you guys are aware, but South Korea is KILLING IT with their movies right now. I mean, they have the biggest musical artists right now. (Get on that B.T.S. hype train!) South Korea released a little film came out this month called The Witch: Subversion. Yeah, we’re doing that. (Review at 40:10)

Are there witches? Is it magic? Maybe it’s like a metaphor? You should definitely check it out. Not only that, we talk about Adventures in Babysitting, if farts could kill, old white bitches, and how we’re staving off the space madness!

You know all those goddamn security scenarios we ran? Well, I’m stuck in the middle of one we didn’t think of. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 258!

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Ep257: August Underground: Mordum

If you like tits, blood, and gore, do we have a show for you!

Hear, ye! Hear, ye! By order of his royal majesty King Sam, we bring to you this review. We have a super special tier for our Patreon that allows one person to rule over all and choose a movie for us to review every month. King Sam is that person. Usually, Sam simply lets us “do whatever makes (us) happy”. However, on occasion, Sam will grace us with his presence and stir the shit a little.

That’s right, fuckers! It’s time to once again head on down Depravity Drive and cover one of the most notorious horror films of recent memory: August Underground: Mordum. (Review at 48:29) We covered the first AU film a few years ago and it turned out to be one of our best episodes. Mordum, the second film in the trilogy, is often heralded to be even more disturbing than the original, often finding itself near the top of every “XX Movies You Won’t Be Able To Finish” lists. Well you know what?! We a’int no punks! We a’int never scared!

Bring on the blood, edge lord dialogue and shots of singing dick holes!

Well boys, what’s it gonna take to scare this guy? It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 257!

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