It would seem as though we no longer screen our guests here at the Who Goes There Podcast. Somehow Christian Stella has wormed his way back onto the show to really bum us all out. We watched the most recent Stephen King abortion…I mean adaptation Cell. Guys, I know we shouldn’t be spoiling the episode in the description, but this movie…is SHIT. So there’s that. We also touch on some Greasy Stranglers, and we get P.O.S.’ feeling’s on Half Cocked Concepts. Here’s to swimmin’ with bow-legged women, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 72.
So yeah, it’s no secret we’ve got a collective boner for The Battery, we’ve only talked about it in almost every episode of our show. Well director/star Jeremy Gardner just now tweeted a teaser trailer for his new film Tex Montana Will Survive and I nearly pissed myself laughing. Gardner once again teams up with The Battery cinematographer Christian Stella, who spawned the idea for the film by “proudly proclaiming (he) would NEVER film a found footage movie”.
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!
Welcome again to another delayed episode of the Who Goes There?! Podcast. This week we’re joined by WGT super fan, and Jorge’s cousin, Aubrey. While drinking our way through sickness, we discuss mommy issues, the proper way to scalp someone, and eventually we take look at Maniac 2012 a remake of the 1980 classic of the same name. As always we continue your continued support, it makes this worth while. With that, sit back, relax, and enjoy the train wreck, this is episode 12.
We’re a little late with this episode, that’s only because we had to remake it 3 times before releasing it. With that, join us for episode 4, we will once again be joined by good friend Danny (Amigo The Devil) as we rant and rave about remakes, reboots, prequels, our general dislike of Rob Zombie, extended length McDonald’s commercials, and then spiral into drunken chaos. As always, please subscribe to our show, follow us on Twitter, and tune in next week for a two part episode featuring ABCs of Death.
As promised, here is the interview with Jeremy Gardner, the writer, director, and star of The Battery. Jeremy was really cool and took time out to talk about his film, cigarettes, happy accidents and baseball. Of course. Check out TheBatteryMovie.com for more info.
It’s finally here! Our first episode, in episode 1 we review the bare bones zombie flick The Battery, there’s an interview with writer/director Jeremy Gardner, but that’s going to be posted separately, as an extra. Tell your friends, subscribe to our podcast, and join us on Twitter. We’re still learning as we’re growing, so be gentle, it’s our first time. Come back next week when we review V.H.S. 2.