Ep251: V.F.W. – WGT

Gather ’round, ye lil fuckos! We’re back with week two of our Telluride Horror Show 2019 double header! This week we’re breaking down the new, ultra-bloody, hyper-stylized, siege movie from Joe Begos, 2019’s V.F.W. (Review after the break at 42:15).

Joe Begos may well be the director we’ve reviewed the most in the show’s seven year history and the guys have been divided on each one of his films. Will V.F.W. be the Begos film to unify us, for better or worse? Guess there’s only one way to find out. Huh, dork?

Listen, as soon as I get you to your apartment, I’ll give you the Emergency Special: Half gin and half vermouth. We’ll sprinkle the vermouth over a female toad and we’ll drink the gin while listening to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 251!

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Ep 237: Bliss – WGT

Did y’all ever watch a movie called Prayer of the Rollerboys? It’s this early 90’s gem starring Corey Haim about a gang of rollerbladers who wear trenchcoats and peddle this weird drug called “mist”. This week’s film has nothing to do with that movie, except both introduced us to fun new drugs! In fact, this week’s film teaches us that the best way to deal with a creative block is to do lots of drugs and have sex with everyone you meet!

That’s right, dorks; this week we will be discussing Bliss, (review at 34:06) the new film (and drug) created by Joe Begos, the mind behind Almost Human, The Mind’s Eye, and the forthcoming V.F.W.. If you’re familiar with Joe’s work you know you can expect lots of pretty imagery, lots of trippy visuals, lots of blood, and I can assure you, there are more than a couple of sweater kittens. Perhaps you need something more to float your boat? What if I told you that this movie stars our bae, Jeremy Gardner. Yeah, Jeremy Gardner from The Battery.

Oh, did I mention Alia is here?! She’ll be briefly running down her opinions on the episodes she’s missed, then we’ll talk about a whole bunch of other stuff that ultimately means nothing in the blink of an eye that is human existence. Hey, I think I’m starting to get pretty good at this existential dread thing.

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They call me Dick, but you can call me… Dick. And I’ll call you a dick if you don’t listen to the Who Goes There Podcast episode 237!

If you enjoy the show, please consider joining our Patreon subscribers. That means for less than the cost of a beer, you get bonus content, exclusive merchandise, and special giveaways! Most importantly, you get to help us continue doing what we love.

The Who Goes There Podcast is available to subscribe to on iTunes and Spotify. Not an iTunes user? You can listen on our Dread Central page. Can’t get enough? We also do that social media shit. You’ll find us on FacebookTwitterInstagramTwitch, and YouTube.

Who Goes There Episode 24- “Almost Human”

almosthumanWe hope you’re hungry, because we’ve got a whopper of an episode for you! Weighing in at 86 minutes; this episode has bad Mark Wahlberg impressions, lumberjack bukkake, head crushing, what Harry Potter would look like on drugs and 30 pounds heavier, then add in buckets of blood! We take a look at the 2013 alien slasher flick Almost Human. So settle in, this is gonna be good. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 24.

P.s. Since recording Matt has seen Slither.

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