Ep331: Antlers – WGT

Hola, nerds! This week we’re talking about the highly anticipated, and excessively delayed Antlers. So that’s cool. But do you guys remember silverchair? I don’t mean Frogstomp silverchair, I mean what they became. What an incredible talent.

This has nothing to do with the show, not a bit or anything. I’ve just been listening to the Who Is Daniel Johns podcast and man do I feel bad for wanting them to tour again, but this podcast really makes me want to see them again.

That’s it. That’s the intro. Nailed it.

Artwork was once again done by the incredible Cal Gee. Go follow him on instagram.

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Ep 225: Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark – WGT

At some point we’ve all heard someone say only two things in life are guaranteed: death, and taxes. Well, dorks, I’m here to inform you of a third certainty. It is a damn near certainty that as you get older the things you loved as a child will be dug up and repackaged for a younger audience. He-man, Big Trouble in Little China, Pogs, rollerblades, all of these things that I would obsess over as a ten year old, are now being released 25+ years later. For this reason it should come as no surprise that the Hollywood greed machine has come for Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark. (Review starts at 26:56)

Perhaps listening to three entitled assholes talking about a film adaptation of a book anthology from 30 years ago isn’t your thing. It’s also quite possible that you happen to love the sultry sound of our voices. If you find yourself experiencing both of these feels fear not, for there is more in store! Matt updates everyone on Alia’s condition following her motorcycle accident and surgery, Rhett discusses the existential dread he experiences daily, Jorge talks about how much he loves guns, and we all run down the movies we’ve seen lately. Huzzah!

Stoning people who piss you off is perfectly okay. They do it in the Bible, don’t they? And I got lots of peas! I’ve also got the Who Goes There Podcast episode 225!

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New Silent Hill Game In The Works Starring Norman Reedus

SilentHillsRecently at a Sony press conference Hideo Kojima (Metal Gear Solid) casually invited people to check out an “interactive trailer” for a new game called P.T. on the Playstation Network. Once you completed the terrifying hour long “trailer” you unlocked the trailer (available in the comments) for Silent Hills!

The newest addition to the Silent Hill franchise is a collaboration between Kojima, and Guillermo Del Toro (Hellboy, Pan’s Labyrinth) starring Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead, Cigarette Burns). Continue reading

Del Toro Wants To Release Two Versions of At The Mountains of Madness, Simultaneously

AtTheMountainsOfMadness500Guillermo del Toro always seems to have a dozen films on his plate. One of them that has been simmering for a while is his dream project that’s been in cinema purgatory for years: H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness. Recently he stated that he’s considering compromising with Universal to bring his vision to the big screen, albeit a toned-down PG-13 version. Now there’s more news concerning the project. Continue reading

The Strain Pilot Details Revealed

The_Strain_Early_Promotional_ArtI know it seems like we’ve been reporting on The Strain (from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan) for quite a while now. Thankfully we finally have details on FX’s debut episode, airing July 13, 10:00 pm e/p. Del Toro will direct Episode 1.01, ‘Night Zero’

When a plane lands in New York City with everyone on board dead, Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, head of the CDC’s Canary Project, and his team are called upon to investigate. Harlem pawnbroker Abraham Setrakian races to the airport, convinced that what looks at first like a mysterious viral outbreak might be the beginning of something infinitely more sinister.Continue reading

The Strain Gets Two New Promos And A Release Date

The_Strain_Early_Promotional_ArtFX is still giving us just the tip when it comes to their new show The Strain from Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Today we have two new teaser promos and a release date to boot!

The Strain will premiere on Sunday July 13 at 10 p.m. Hopefully this will fill my Sunday night blues once Game of Thrones ends and I realize there won’t be more Breaking Bad. Continue reading

Guillermo Del Toro’s The Strain Gets Teaser

thestraindemonIn more (non dick punching) Guillermo Del Toro news, FX has released the first teaser trailer for The Strain, a high concept thriller that tells the story of Dr. Ephraim Goodweather, the head of the Center for Disease Control Canary Team in New York City. He and his team are called upon to investigate a mysterious viral outbreak with hallmarks of an ancient and evil strain of vampirism. As the strain spreads, Eph, his team, and an assembly of everyday New Yorkers wage war for the fate of humanity itself. Expected this summer, though no official release date has been announced.

The teaser doesn’t show a whole lot, but you can check it out if you Continue reading

Guillermo Del Toro’s The Book of Life Art Book Announced

the-art-of-the-book-of-lifeJorge and I have had some VERY heated discussions about Guillermo Del Toro films (mainly how Pan’s Labyrinth can go get punched in the dick), but we’re both stoked because Dark Horse Comics, in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products: announced an upcoming project based on this year’s highly anticipated film from Fox Animation Studios, the Del Toro produced, The Book of Life. The film is directed by Jorge R. Gutierrez, and follows a love story set during a Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico.

In September 2014, Dark Horse will release The Art of The Book of Life, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film. Continue reading