Ep244: The Grudge 2020

Generally, when the horror community hears the word “remake” we all collectively groan and roll our eyes. More often than not, the remake fails to capture what audiences loved about the source material. Every so often, a remake will come along that not only pays homage to an already great film, it carves out it’s own place in cinema history. As of 2020, no one will say that about The Grudge. (Review starts at 24:08)

Maybe I’m just pulling your leg. Perhaps this un-promoted, January release, produced by Sam fuckin’ Raimi is an early contender for film of the year. Maybe this is the first time I’ve seen Lynn Shea in a ghost movie. C’mon. We all know why you’re here.

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When I sleep my spirit slips away from my body and dances naked with The Devil. That’s why we have the Who Goes There Podcast episode 244!

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Ep243: Best and Worst of 2019

We here at the Who Goes There Podcast have spent countless hours researching exactly what is the key to podcasting superstardom. Through our tireless research we have come to the realization that the internet likes lists. It doesn’t matter what kind of list, so long as things are put in a descending or ascending order.

Well, folks, we’re nothing if not hip, and with it; we are also very opinionated. With that being said, here is our list of the best and worst films of 2019. I would add the disclaimer that “these are what WE think the best films of the year are”. It’s nice to know I don’t have to do that because we all know that what we think, is correct. Always.

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Ep242: Depraved – WGT

I pride myself on my depravity. In fact, when starting this podcast my goal was to introduce people to the most depraved, fucked up movies I could find. Well, times have changed, and while we may not be covering as many totally disturbing movies, we still love all things morbid.

As luck would have it, horror legend Larry Fessenden is keeping my hopes alive by releasing a little film called Depraved. (Review at 37:49) Good ole’ Larry is serving up his modern take on the horror classic Frankenstein. Is Depraved as impactful as its source material? Is it actually depraved? Perhaps it’s nothing more than a misunderstood film that only wants to be loved? We’ll fuckin tell ya what it is! But, you’ve got to download to find out!

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Laugh it up, wise guy. It won’t be so funny when that little bastard shoves a laser up your ass. At least not as funny as the Who Goes There Podcast episode 242!

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Ep241: Black Christmas 2019 – WGT

Despite being in my late thirties, not having any children, and living in a place that has never seen snow, I still love Christmas! I just love all the twinkling lights, the endless supply of baked goods, and the feeling of togetherness just warms my cold black heart.

In the spirit of togetherness, it appears the entire horror community has come together to shit all over the 2019 remake of Black Christmas. We may be fashionably late to the party, but we’re shimmying down your chimney with a big red sack full of thoughts and opinions! (Review starts at 24:24)

Sure, it’s sitting there under the tree, hastily wrapped, and falling apart at the seams, but despite the wrapping, this could be the best gift ever. It could also be a lump of coal, that Santa shat on, after eating a bag of sugar free candy. Guess there’s only one way to find out, huh?

Don’t put avocado on the burger! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 241!

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Ep240: Daniel Isn’t Real – WGT

As children our imagination knows no bounds. Some of us create wild stories for our toys to act out, some of us turn to drawing and art to express our creativity, and some of us have imaginary friends. Sometimes an imaginary friend is nothing more than a manifestation of our desires to connect with other people, an attempt to fight against loneliness. However, sometimes that imaginary friend is a troublesome menace who wants to hurt people and act out his perverse desires with our mothers. Ok, that’s enough about Drop Dead Fred, this week we’re talking about Daniel Isn’t Real, the brand new release from Spectrevision. (Review at 45:01)

Alia is back, and we’ve got a pretty front heavy episode! We run down a LOT of movies we’ve seen over the last week, we talk about a handful of new trailers and some awesome news for Resident Evil fans! You’ve done a lot for other people this holiday season. Do something nice for yourself. Curl up in front of the fire and listen to four idiots stroke their own…opinions.

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They thought they could do it without being caught. But when we do something naughty, we are always caught. Then, we are punished. Punishment is absolute, punishment is good. So is the Who Goes There Podcast episode 240!

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Ep239: Deadly Games – WGT

Ladies and germs, Christmas has come early! The wonderful people of France teamed up with the folks over at Shudder to bring us an amazing gift that we didn’t know we wanted! Have you ever been watching Home Alone and thought to yourself, “yeah, it’s good, but it could definitely be more French, and where are all the mullets”?

Buckle. The. Fuck. Up. This week we’re fuckin blessed to be covering 1982’s Deadly Games (a.k.a. Game Over, Hide and Freak, 3615 Code Pere Noel, Dial Code Santa Claus etc). (Review at 21:27) Guys, for real, this movie is fuckin bonkers! Just look at the photo below. I’ve seen the movie and even I have no idea what is going on right there. It’s so god damn zany that for many years, the entirety of the United States was like, “that’s a nah from me, dawg” and the movie wasn’t available here until 2018! I know I don’t say this much, but seriously, go watch this movie before listening to the show!

We know some of you won’t be happy no matter how hard we try. In an attempt to win you over, we’re also letting you know a really stupid way you can spend $6500. Rhett tries to talk about Frozen 2 way too many times for it to be a joke. Jorge hates everything,

We’re trapped in closet on Christmas with Santa trying to murder us. How fucked up is that? At least we have the Who Goes There Podcast episode 239!

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Ep238: The Gallows: Act 2


A few years ago we were invited to our first ever screening at San Diego Comic Con, and needless to say we were totes stoked. The episode following that screening has gone down in the annals of Who Goes There history as one of our most insane episodes ever. The movie we saw that fateful night, was The Gallows.

The amount of anger present in that episode was so strong the term “Gallows mad” was coined. Now it’s about 5 years later and there is a sequel underthe incredibly original name The Gallows: Act 2. (Review at 23:05) Our boy Charlie is back hanging out in high school drama clubs and fucking with people’s Youtube videos, and that’s just the start. Does the sequel deserve a standing ovation, or does it break a leg, and shit the bed? More importantly, do we get “Gallows mad”? Tune in to find out, fuckerrrrrrrrrrr!

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Oh, why don’t you go find a wall socket and stick your tongue in it. That’ll give you a charge. Or you could try listening to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 238!

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Ep 237: Bliss – WGT

Did y’all ever watch a movie called Prayer of the Rollerboys? It’s this early 90’s gem starring Corey Haim about a gang of rollerbladers who wear trenchcoats and peddle this weird drug called “mist”. This week’s film has nothing to do with that movie, except both introduced us to fun new drugs! In fact, this week’s film teaches us that the best way to deal with a creative block is to do lots of drugs and have sex with everyone you meet!

That’s right, dorks; this week we will be discussing Bliss, (review at 34:06) the new film (and drug) created by Joe Begos, the mind behind Almost Human, The Mind’s Eye, and the forthcoming V.F.W.. If you’re familiar with Joe’s work you know you can expect lots of pretty imagery, lots of trippy visuals, lots of blood, and I can assure you, there are more than a couple of sweater kittens. Perhaps you need something more to float your boat? What if I told you that this movie stars our bae, Jeremy Gardner. Yeah, Jeremy Gardner from The Battery.

Oh, did I mention Alia is here?! She’ll be briefly running down her opinions on the episodes she’s missed, then we’ll talk about a whole bunch of other stuff that ultimately means nothing in the blink of an eye that is human existence. Hey, I think I’m starting to get pretty good at this existential dread thing.

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They call me Dick, but you can call me… Dick. And I’ll call you a dick if you don’t listen to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 237!

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Ep236: Dr. Sleep – WGT


Hello, dear listeners. Welcome again to yet another devilishly delightful episode of the Who Goes There Podcast. We apologize for the lack of an episode last week; things have been absolutely chaotic here at Camp WGT.

Fear not, my young dorks; we are heading to the Overlook Hotel, and we’re packing an extra long episode of the show! This week we’re talking about Dr. Sleep, (review at 46:50) the 39-years-after-the-fact sequel to the horror classic The Shining. We’re going to be running down all of the news we’ve missed including news on Ghostbusters, Uber Jason, and denying fish their god given reproductive rights!

I’m not gonna hurt ya. I’m just going to bash your brains in! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 236!

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Ep235: The Lighthouse – WGT

For months now, the horror community has been abuzz about The Lighthouse. (Review at 36:34) The sophomore effort from Robert Eggers (director of The Witch) stars Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson, and it has a lighthouse; not much else is known. The trailers for The Lighthouse didn’t do much to show what the film is actually about, leaving most viewers heading into their viewings without any clue what they were in for.

Fear not, my little nerds, for we are here to be your light in the darkness and guide you safely through these turbulent waters. Hark as we bellow out our opinions, not just to hear ourselves talk, but to lead you to cinematic safety. Was one of the most highly anticipated films of the year smooth sailing or were our hopes dashed upon the jagged rocks of disappointment? Come find out.

Just concentrate on how good it feels to be causing someone pain. That’s the best thing you can do for a true masochist! Well, that and making them listen to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 235!

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