We’ve got a jam packed episode for you guys today! We make some important announcements, one of which Chris is not happy about. We discuss the difference between “dance party” and dry humping, the perfect way to sum up our thoughts on the new Ghostbusters trailer, Matt tries way too many times to talk about baseball, and we take a look at a major studio release that (like your uncle Charlie) just snuck up on us 10 Cloverfield Lane. All of this, the same stupid humor you’ve come to love and a whole lot more for the low low price of…wait, we’re giving this away?! It is not enough to kill the same person over and over again. It is far more recommendable to kill as many beings as possible. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 62!
It’s been a long long time since we’ve done a monster movie, so we set out to remedy that early in 2016 with the over the top Feast!
We also welcome our first guest of the new year – he’s the curator of the Horrible Imagining’s film fest, and is doing his damnedest to bring horror back into the theaters, our buddy Miguel Rodriguez.
Does Chris do incredible impressions? Does Matt make us wonder why he’s even here? Does Jorge lose his shit…again? Tune in to find out. The answer is yes….yes to all the things. Aw man! The monsters are doing it doggy style. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 58!
Adam Green has announced a tour for Digging Up the Marrow, which will be released theatrically February 20, 2015.
Image Entertainment’s Digging Up the Marrow was written and directed by Adam Green (Froze, Hatchet, Hatchet II), and inspired by the artwork of artist Alex Pardee.
The film stars Ray Wise (Twin Peaks, X-Men First Class), Will Barratt (Frozen), and a roster full of horror genre favorites and iconic artists all appearing as themselves. Continue reading
Today, Warner Brothers Pictures released a new international trailer for what will arguably be the biggest of summer blockbusters: Godzilla!
For those of you living under a rock for the last 60 years, Godzilla is an amphibious monster who emerges from the depths of the ocean after years of hibernation, only to meet a new world and the awakening of an ancient enemy.
Japan is famous for a LOT of crazy things, tentacle porn, used panty vending machines, BabyMetal (you’re welcome), but they’re also horror heavy hitters, and arguably the innovators of larger than life monsters. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that Japan has gone and done something amazing like open a monster bar!