Alia graces us with her pretty face and potty mouth as we debut a sweet new hashtag, throw Chris to the wolves, and ice down our naughty bits. We also talk about the death of Anton Yelchin, and the pros of spectral fucking, before we put on our rubber noses, squirting flowers and smash our pies into the face of 2014’s Clown, produced by Eli Roth. I swear, with each week that passes these idiots laugh harder and harder at their own stupid jokes. It really is Old Scratch knocking at the door; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 73.
It seems like not that long ago we were recording our 2014 wrap-up, singing the praises of Starry Eyes, What We Do In The Shadows and The Taking of Deborah Logan. Well here we are again a look back at 2015, the highs, the lows, and not much else. We start our first ever Who Goes There Dead Pool, and talk a little about the films we’re looking forward to in 2016. You know the drill, every other show does one of these, but we’re not dumb, like they are. Stay tuned for some hopefully big things from the show in the coming year, including: more interviews, more festival coverage, more merch, more events, more awesome! What do doctors use to crack skulls with? The Who Goes There Podcast episode 56!
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!
In “shut up and take my money” news; the Lucio Fulci classic The Beyond (AKA 7 Doors of Death) and Cannibal Holocaust are coming to bluray via Grindhouse Releasing! Although no release dates have been announced, these should be at the top of every horror fans Xmas wish list. With any luck, Cannibal Holocaust will see a release before Eli Roth’s remake/reimagining titled “Green Inferno” (September 5). Continue reading