In the immortal words of Jack Burton, “Holy shit we made it!” Welcome to episode 50, kiddos! It’s been a long time coming but here it is, in all of it’s unplanned, unprepared glory. We take a trip down memory lane, Matt introduces yet another nickname for himself, we explore our different tastes in horror, then…oh boy…then shit gets crazy.
We take a look at not one, but TWO films; you lucky duckies. We talk about the new Elijah Wood comedy horror Cooties, because it’s been way too long since we’ve done an Elijah film, and then we get in to the film we’ve been waiting years for: Eli Roth’s Green Inferno. As if this wasn’t enough, friend of the podcast Lauren Ashley Carter gives us the greatest gift we could have ever hoped for! The pit wants what the pit wants, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode fu-fu-fu 50!
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Kurt Russell has one hell of a 2015 on the docket. He’ll appear in the highly anticipated seventh film of the increasingly wonderful Fast & Furious series, as directed by James Wan (Insidious). He’ll also return to the western front, re-teaming with Quentin Tarantino on The Hateful Eight and having just completed the subject at hand: a horror-western entitled Bone Tomahawk. I’m so wet right now.
Bone Tomahawk sternly threatens to be the greatest movie ever made as it features Russell (Escape From New York, The Thing, Big Trouble In Little China) teaming with Richard Jenkins, as well as Patrick Wilson and Matthew Fox, to face off with a band of cannibals (also described as cannibalistic troglodytes). Continue reading →
Cabin Fever and Hostel director Eli Roth returns this fall with The Green Inferno, his cannibal horror that heads deep into the Amazon with Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Daryl Sabara and Kirby Bliss Blanton.
“The Green Inferno follows a group of student activists who from New York City travel to the Amazon to protect a dying tribe, but crash in the jungle and are taken hostage by the very natives they saved.“! Continue reading →