If you thought you knew the depths of human intellect before this episode, you’re wrong. If you never felt like you have been challenged mentally, you’re about to be.
When the guy who hired you has to leave the room because he’s laughing so hard he can’t breathe and he doesn’t want it to pick up on the recording, you know you’ve got something special. This must be Prayer of the Rollerboys because we’re doing The Mist (2007).
Your mouth would make an interesting urinal; it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 98!
It would seem as though we no longer screen our guests here at the Who Goes There Podcast. Somehow Christian Stella has wormed his way back onto the show to really bum us all out. We watched the most recent Stephen King abortion…I mean adaptation Cell. Guys, I know we shouldn’t be spoiling the episode in the description, but this movie…is SHIT. So there’s that. We also touch on some Greasy Stranglers, and we get P.O.S.’ feeling’s on Half Cocked Concepts. Here’s to swimmin’ with bow-legged women, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 72.
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Warner Bros. has been developing a big-screen take for five years, explains the site, and in 2012 it hired Cary Fukunaga to direct two films produced by Roy Lee, Dan Lin, Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg. Continue reading →
Damnit! I don’t make enough money to keep up with all these wonderful toys! We’ve got 4 incredible toy announcements this week, and that’s not even counting Funko finally rolling out the second edition of the horror pop figures! We’ve got an evil super hero, a horror icon, something for the christmas tree, and the Scumdogs of the Universe! Continue reading for all the info.
Donate blood, sell your kids, and start hookin’, because you need to pick these up, and pick up a couple extra for Jorge and I! Continue reading →
Marvel, in collaboration with Stephen King, is proud to announce the new chapter in the Dark Tower series – Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner. Beginning in September 2014, New York Times Best-Selling writers Peter David & Robin Furth along with critically acclaimed artist Piotr Kowalski bring the action from Mid-World to our world as the epic series returns!
Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner marks another milestone Continue reading →
Stephen King recently wrote a short story entitled, Bad Little Kid, it has recently been reported that Laurent Bouzereau and his production company Nedland Media, Inc., has optioned the story for a feature film.
Bouzereau, who is also planning on directing the film, wrote and directed the 2011 film A Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King, which featured King discussing horror films and their popularity with moviegoers. Continue reading →
In more Stephen King news, a couple of new teasers popped up on YouTube for Season 2 of CBS’s popular summer series Under the Dome, and if you don’t mind a few French subtitles, feel free to check them out in the comments.
It’s already been announced that two “favorites” will be killed off in the show’s Stephen King-penned Season 2 premiere. Care to place your bets on who that might be?
In news that is sure to make Jorge squeel with delight; horror publisher Cemetery Dance has unveiled the Stephen King Collection, a six-volume collection of King reprints, each coming with artwork and interior paintings exclusive to this run.
Beginning with Carrie: The Deluxe Special Edition, now available for preorder, this volume will also include reprints of ‘Salem’s Lot, The Shining, Night Shift, The Stand and Pet Semetary. These fan favorites are anticipated to sell out quick, with the publisher already reporting their Lettered Artist Edition of Carrie already come and gone. For more information on the exclusives of this reprint and to get your copy while you still can. Look for the collection this summer, until then you can visit the Cemetary Dance’s official page for the volumes here.