Halloween has come and gone, we all drank too much, got a little slutty and filled our bellies with enough sugar to kill a small horse (bye bye lil’ Sebastian). We woke up from our sugar comas just in time to bring you a brand spanking new episode of the Who Goes There Podcast! We start off talking about throat fucking Tori Spelling and things only go downhill from there. We talk about being guests on the Three B Zine Podcast, our trip to the Telluride Horror Show, we explain why we didn’t review the new Kurt Russell horror western Bone Tomahawk and then we DO review the newest (and bestest?) horror anthology Tales of Halloween. We also announce our first ever t-shirt (up for pre-order now here) and our next Frights & Pints Movie Night! Sometimes dead is better…it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 52!
Musician-turned-director Rob Zombie has official announced his Halloween-themed horror 31, which turns out to be a crowd-sourced effort. I’d pay him $1000 to NOT put his wife in this movie.
The film revolves around five people kidnapped in the days leading up to Halloween.
As with all crowd-sourced projects, there are different tiers that land backers different rewards, such as an autographed movie poster, autographed DVD, thanks in the credits, lifetime access to every Rob Zombie show, and more. Continue reading
Now available for pre-order on Amazon is “On Set with John Carpenter”, a new book featuring never-before-seen photography from his classics including Halloween.
Explains the release: “As a hot new maverick director/writer John Carpenter invited photographer Kim Gottlieb-Walker onto the sets of some of his most iconic films: Halloween, Halloween II, The Fog, Christine and Escape From New York. Continue reading
As a special Friday the 13th treat, Anchor Bay and Scream Factory have revealed the box art for the beyond epic Halloween: The Complete Collection, which slashes onto Blu-ray September 23rd. It comes in two different sets, one with 10 discs and the other with 15, but the deluxe version is most certainly the way to go since it contains restored versions of alternate cuts of many of the films.
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Whelp, I can kiss another $170 goodbye. Anchor Bay and Scream Factory will release Halloween: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray September 23rd. It comes in two different sets, one with 10 discs and the other with 15, but the deluxe version is most certainly the way to go since it contains restored versions of alternate cuts of many of the films, including the incredibly rare Halloween 6 Producers Cut, which is almost a completely different film from the theatrical release. Continue reading
If you somehow enjoyed the Rob Zombie steaming pile of prequel/remake of the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween, you’ll probably be excited to know Halloween 3D has been rumored, confirmed, and announced. Sometimes reboots are awesome (Friday the 13th), sometimes they’re terrible (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and sometimes you’re force fed a big bag of doo doo. Sometimes, you just gotta eat the doo doo. Continue reading
Reddit user SLCer recently posted a handful of mock newspaper and magazine covers he created, covering the news of the gruesome murders that took place in the sleepy town of Haddonfield on Halloween night over 35 years ago. Let us know if you make prints of these, we’d definitely like one. Here’s the original post.
Hello there chiiiiiildren! We took a different approach to the episode this week, we were having drinks with our buddy Cody from ThreeBZine.com. and decided “Hey! We’ve had tons of beers, why not do a podcast?!” So we did, and it’s amazing. We don’t do a movie review this time around. Instead, we talk horror news, movies that have scared us, what we want from horror movies, and a lot more. Find out why Jorge feels guilty for banging weenie, what Matt is actually good for, and all kinds of other dumb shit you’ll lose brain cells hearing. Tune in next time when we still do whatever we want; because in a land of crap, we’re the shit!
It is my unfortunate duty to report; despite making it through 2013 without a Paranormal Activity film, this year we will have not one, but two. Armed with this knowledge, and a massive hangover from Three Kings Day, we take a look at Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones (Cheech’s Revenge). We all know the best way to revive a dying franchise is to give it an overly ethnic spinoff. So come along as we kick this shit off like gang busters! You’ll find out what tequilla no real Mexican drinks, learn all about “squaxing”, catch a sneak peak at the new “Call of Duty: Witches” and find out why Mikey is the most white Mexican you’ve never met. Put on your boots, boys and girls, we’re layin it on thick! It’s the Who Goes There?! Podcast. Tune in next time when we talk about “Here Comes The Devil” with special guest Lauren Ashley Carter!
We’ve really outdone ourselves folks, we got an episode up ON TIME for the first time in 2 months! Did someone get sober? Of course not! Buckle up kiddies, because this week we explore human-walrus hybrids, Andrew WK and the atrocity of being anti-pizza, drinking in excess, emotions, and daddy issues, as well as Ti West’s The House of the Devil, a 2009 film that feels like it was set in late 70’s. As always we appreciate your continued support, we have some huge things planned in the coming weeks and encourage you all to stay tuned. With that, put the kids to bed, crack open a beer, put your project off for one more night, and enjoy lucky episode 13!