It has been said, that every time the Who Goes There Podcast does a major horror release the film is hated and ultimately…made fun of. It has also been said that if a horror film is not rated R how good can it actually be. It has also been said that Matt is a two dimensional character that only likes “tits, blood, gore and wrasslin.”
What happens when we get the uncrowned queen of blood, gore and wrasslin: Gigi Saul Guerrero and her minions (Luchagore Productions/El Gigante/Mexican Barbaro/Madre Dios) to discuss a PG-13 horror film that has none of the above? Will the guys finally like a major studio horror release? Can PG-13 horror actually be good? Does Matt know the difference between and wrestler and a Luchador? How could everything be just a bit more brutal? Tune in for answers to these and other pressing questions as we take a look at 2016, major studio release…The Boy. Wait until they get a load of my Latino heat! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 59!
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Even though the newPoltergeist arrives this coming July 24th, we’ve yet to see any sort of art, let alone stills nor the trailer. We’ve already heard it’s going to be “more adventure than paranormal”, and now cast members continue to reveals small details from the reboot helmed by Gil Kenan.
The latest comes from Sam Rockwell, who spoke to Collider about the modern day take on the Steven Spielberg/Tobe Hooper classic. Continue reading →
We know it’s been a while since we’ve done some news, life has gotten quite hectic, but we’re slowly picking up steam again. We don’t have any toy news to report this week, however, a handful of newer horror releases have been given home video release dates.
Warner Bros./New Line have revealed today that The Conjuring 2: The Enfield Poltergeist is going to hit theaters October 23, 2015. No plot details have been revealed, so until you read something official, take it all as rumor.
What we know for a fact? Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will return as Ed and Lorraine Warren. The sequel will likely see them taking on a new case, of course.
Worth noting here: The Conjuring 2 will not be a summer release like the first film was.
This is the first horror film to enter to the Halloween 2015 season.
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!