Let it be known that the Who Goes There Podcast are gluttons for punishment. So what better way to follow up our Blair Witch episode, than with a film from Rob “I Put My Wife in All My Movies” Zombie? We’re joined by horror authors David Agranoff (Punk Rock Ghost Stories) and Anthony Trevino(King Space Void) to talk Rob Zombie’s 31 people eating, penis eating, pilot writing, Jamaican accents, facial close ups, and really taking it there! New York Matinee called it “a playful but mysterious little dish”; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 85! Seeeeee you next Wednesday…cunts.
Musician-turned-director Rob Zombie has official announced his Halloween-themed horror 31, which turns out to be a crowd-sourced effort. I’d pay him $1000 to NOT put his wife in this movie.
The film revolves around five people kidnapped in the days leading up to Halloween.
As with all crowd-sourced projects, there are different tiers that land backers different rewards, such as an autographed movie poster, autographed DVD, thanks in the credits, lifetime access to every Rob Zombie show, and more. Continue reading →
As a special Friday the 13th treat, Anchor Bay and Scream Factory have revealed the box art for the beyond epic Halloween: The Complete Collection, which slashes onto Blu-ray September 23rd. It comes in two different sets, one with 10 discs and the other with 15, but the deluxe version is most certainly the way to go since it contains restored versions of alternate cuts of many of the films.
Whelp, I can kiss another $170 goodbye. Anchor Bay and Scream Factory will release Halloween: The Complete Collection on Blu-ray September 23rd. It comes in two different sets, one with 10 discs and the other with 15, but the deluxe version is most certainly the way to go since it contains restored versions of alternate cuts of many of the films, including the incredibly rare Halloween 6 Producers Cut, which is almost a completely different film from the theatrical release. Continue reading →
If you somehow enjoyed the Rob Zombie steaming pile of prequel/remake of the 1978 John Carpenter classic Halloween, you’ll probably be excited to know Halloween 3D has been rumored, confirmed, and announced. Sometimes reboots are awesome (Friday the 13th), sometimes they’re terrible (A Nightmare on Elm Street) and sometimes you’re force fed a big bag of doo doo. Sometimes, you just gotta eat the doo doo. Continue reading →
Sorry for the delay in bringing you this episode, we weren’t happy with our original episode 11, and decided to scrap and record a whole new episode. This week we talk about coprophagia, interracial relations, birth defects, and what happened to Beans from Even Stevens. At some point we take a look at the season premiers of American Horror Story: Coven, and fan favorite, The Walking Dead. Joined this week by Carlos and Alia, this episode is exactly what you’ve come to expect from this show; complete chaos. Tune in next time when we review something we probably didn’t plan on reviewing.
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