Six Demon Gab: Episode 3 – Douglas Pipes

Alright, jerks! Get those hungry ear holes ready cause Six Demon Gab is back! It’s been a while, so in case you’ve forgotten, Six Demon Gab is an interview driven part of theWho Goes There Podcast.

Chris was lucky enough to sit down and chat with the composer of Trick r’ Treat, Krampus, Monster House, and the new Netflix horror comedy The Babysitter!

Was Doug the nicest guy ever? Does Chris nerd out in a major way? Could you have listened to this interview weeks ago if you were a Patreon subscriber? The answer to all of these questions is AAADOOOOOYYYYY!!!

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Who Goes There Podcast Episode 55 – Krampus

Screen Shot 2013-12-11 at 17.24.09Don’t you just love the holidays? The time where you get holiday themed versions of everything you already loved? No? You hate it? Tough titties because this is our Christmas episode! We take a look at tons of useless stuff that you can buy for your ungrateful loved ones, Matt gets sentimental about the true meaning of Christmas, Jorge professes his love for online gaming, and we get a ten year old’s opinions of Michael Daugherty’s Krampus! Yeah, I don’t know why we didn’t do Santa’s Slay again either. Looks like Grandpa got run over by a reindeer; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 55!

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Who Goes There Podcast episode 33 – Santa’s Slay

91pRomCSC3L__SL1500_Merry Krampus and joyous Festivus! We waited until the holidays were over and done to bring you our Christmas episode because really, what kind of nerd listens to a podcast on Christmas? Hold on to your butts because shit is about to get weird, we’ve got a Jewish wrestler Santa, man eating bison, holiday hooters, elf bowling, bazookas, Claire from Lost, and the son of Satan, that’s right, we reviewed 2005’s Santa’s Slay. We’re joined by Steven Baeza of horror punk band Batlords for the most off the wall episode we’ve ever done. We’re just trying to spread a little yuletide FEAR, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 33.

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Universal Sets Release Dates For Krampus & Spectral

Merry-KrampusUniversal Pictures will be celebrating Christmas with their evil Santa Claus movie, Krampus, by releasing the Legendary Pictures’ anthology on Wednesday, November 25, 2015, setting it up for a long Thanksgiving weekend. The film, a twisted horror comedy set around the Christmas holiday, is to be directed by Trick ‘r Treat‘s Michael Dougherty. It’s based on an ancient legend about a pagan demon who punishes the wicked. Continue reading

Kevin Smith Brings Krampus Back To Christmas

krampusRemember when Kevin Smith said something to the effect of “I’m going to make Clerks 3, then retire”? Apparently that’s coming after a few directorial detours.

Looks like Smith is will be making a third horror film, Anti-Claus. He just wrapped up Tusk and is recycling a good part of the cast (Justin Long, Haley Joel Osment, Genesis Rodriguez and Michael Parks) for his Christmas Krampus contribution. Continue reading

Kevin Smith Finishes Krampus Script

Kevin Smith’s “retirement” is turning out to be more productive than his directorial career. Since “retiring” the director of Clerks recently wrapped principal photography on his podcast-inspired horror flick Tusk and already has another script at the ready, breaking the news on his Facebook page:

Paranormal Activity The Marked OnesIt took us less than a month, but Andy and I have finished the screenplay for a flick we’re calling COMES THE KRAMPUS! It’s 99 pulse-pounding pages of what’s essentially SModCo’s CREEPSHOW, with four terrifying tales stitched together by a freaky framing device.”