Ep279: Dawn of the Dead – Original & Remake

“Old Magic, Old Ways, the Old Ones themselves often seem powerless in a new place.” – Anne Cameron

Dia duit, leathcheann! Last week, as a Halloween treat, we posted the first episode in a series of “original vs remake” episodes for The Hills Have Eyes. The response was so great for that episode that we decided to do another one! Actually, we’d already decided we were going to do these, but just play along.

We chose the films we did because the originals are considered classics which had not been seen by some members of the show. This week we’re talking 1978’s Dawn of the Dead as well as it’s 2004 remake. For Jorge and Rhett this was a first time viewing of the original. (Review starts at 40:00) Enjoy.

This is normally where I pull a quote from a horror movie as a sign off. Not this week. I’m just gonna say it was nice knowing all of you. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 279!

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Week End Toy Update George Romero, Ghostface, Powerslave Eddie

GEORGE-A-ROMERO-TOYIt’s no secret we love toys, we also love horror movies, so for all you math whiz types out there; toys+horror= complete awesomeness! Since NECA, Mondo and other comapnies keep churning out incredible horror collectables; we’ve decided to bring you a weekly toy update! Isn’t that better than a toy update every other day?! Here’s three sweet new “action figures” that were recently announced. You’re welcome. Continue reading

Debut of Mondo’s Poster For Texas Frightmare Weekend

TEXASFRIGHTMARE14EXPOSTNEWSFANGORIA is partnered with Texas Frightmare Weekend, the Southwest’s hottest horror event, and this morning they revealed the debut of the latest poster from the folks at Mondo. Iconic genre artist Gary Pullin created the poster, which combines imagery from George A. Romero’s awn of the Dead and Clive Barker’s Hellraiser. Both classics are being celebrated at this year’s Texas Frightmare, which runs May 2-4 in Dallas Continue reading