We had a little poll not too long ago to select what film we should do for our milestone 400th episode. When all was said and done, there was one film which ended up narrowly edging out other finalists like American Werewolf in Paris and Tales From the Hood. That film was Rob Zombie’s 2005 ode to psychotic trash , THE DEVIL’S REJECTS.
“If you’re gonna start the killing, you best start it right here. Make sure I’m all the way dead, because I’ll come back and make you my bitch.” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast, Episode #400!
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Man oh man, what did we get ourselves into? We dragged our hungover bodies to the studio at the crack of noon to record this gem for you. Maybe we were still drunk, why else would we talk about strip Magic the Gathering, beach volleyball montages, what kind of ball gag they use in Christian schools, shadow babies, and the new Sid Haig horror comedy Devil In My Ride. This time we welcome back, for a record 7th time, Matt’s wife Alia, and very special guest Mick Shear from the awesome gaming site The Co-Operatives.com! We’ve got Jesus on the dashboard, and the Devil riding shotgun; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 22.
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Did you love The Hangover, but it just wasn’t evil enough for you? Well you’re in luck; FilmBuff will release Red Band Films’ horror/comedy Devil in My Ride starring Sid Haig (Devil’s Rejects/Kill Bill Vol 2) on May 13th through multiple Video-on-Demand platforms.
Directed by Gary Michael Schultz, the film is about a bride possessed by the devil on her wedding night, her groom Hank and her rebellious brother Travis who must put aside their differences to travel across country from Chicago to Las Vegas in the hopes of finding a mythical street preacher who is said to be the last exorcist in America. Continue reading →