What a return to form this episode was! If you’ve been missing us being drunk and silly and saying stupid jokes then this episode is for you! We’re joined by the always excitable Alia, after a day of beach drinking and sleep deprivation we get together and blow the roof off this mother! Bad jokes and sexual innuendos aside, we talk about Daredevil, the best way exercise a demon, off key “singing”, and the new psychological horror film from Perry Blackshear, “They Look Like People“. Also, we talk about our Frights & Pints charity event benefiting Pin Ups For Pitbulls, and our limited black metal Taylor Swift shirt to benefit the charity. May the wings of liberty never lose a feather; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 63!
After listening back to the episode Alia has asked us to make the following statement:
I’m regretful and would like to redact my statements, and ask everyone listening to disregard my comments about mental illness. They’re incorrect/lacking context and they further stigmatize people who are typically not violent and don’t need to be cast in that kind of light.
That’s not even the part we cut out, soooooo….
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Well, everything else is getting rebooted, remade, and sequelfied; why not The X-Files?
Following the success of Fox’s 24 limited series, the network is looking to bring back another iconic drama series, The X-Files. Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman today confirmed chatter that the network is in talks for a new installment of Chris Carter’s cult supernatural drama, which starred David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson. Newman went on to say he was “hopeful” about the outcome. Continue reading →
Ok, so it’s not horror news, but Kurt Russell news will get just as much attention here, until the day comes where I’m not the only one doing news.
After years in development and a trip to turnaround, Fox has emerged from competitive bidding and closed a deal to remake the 1981 John Carpenter-directed cult classic Escape From New York, Deadline was the first to report.
Carpenter will be an executive producer and will exert creative influence over the project.Continue reading →
Back in October Noomi Rapace, who plays Elizabeth Shaw in Prometheus, exclaimed that God or the Devil will appear in Ridley Scott’s planned sequel.
Scott refutes this a bit in a new interview with The Austrailian. In it, he explains that the script, which is “written (and)…really good,” is “fresh” and “getting away from gods and dragons and shit. If I see one more dragon I’m going to shoot myself. Stop the dragons.” Continue reading →
The beloved Critters films will be the inspiration behind a new digital series!
Blue Ribbon Content – Warner Bros.’ new digital production division- revisits the world of the legendary New Line Cinema cult classic movie franchise, as a new batch of alien pests descends upon the planet. I still have nightmares about those little bastards coming out of the toilet.
This new digital series written by Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath (“Teen Titans Go!”)
We’re getting this up a day late, but that only because we love America so much, we celebrated the shit out of her birthday, and it took us a few days to recover. We’re also celebrating a birthday here at Who Goes There! We’ve been going at it for a year now, 25 episodes and we’re just getting started. We’re kicking off year two with aliens, “Jeff The Dog Faced Boy”, Jack Burton’s porno dialogue, a look down memory lane, and a movie that for some unholy reason managed to desexualize a fully nude Scarlett Johansson – 2013’s Under The Skin. Is it the critcal darling it’s made out to be? Or is it an out of this world pile of shit? Put on your stars and bars, we’re doing this shit for America! It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 25!
We 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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Unless you live under a rock, you know the annual Electronics Entertainment Expo, or E3, was this weekend in Los Angeles. Showcasing some of the latest and greatest in mainly video games. And since we all love horror and gore, we here at Who Goes there Podcast felt it was our DUTY to keep you in the loop about some of the best horror games announced this year.
This year Bethesda Softworks showcased The Evil Within and while I was really excited for that, another game that I’ve been playing for YEARS has what appears to be a new sequel! That’s right, that game we all know and love, DOOM!!!! Continue reading →