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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Join Mister Babadook in his evil plans for world domination by helping him get his very own pop up book published, and score yourself a copy in the process!
The Babadook was the breakout horror hit of Sundance 2014, and has been terrorising audiences around the world ever since. This creepy, expertly crafted feature has been a critical and audience scare favorite, winning a slew of awards for best film, best actress, best director etc. Mister Babadook is also the name of the pop-up book in the film. Continue reading →
Well Go USA recently announced that Juno Mak’s festival fav, Rigor Mortis, will be opening on VOD and in limited locations June 6. Some announced theaters are: New York (Village East), Los Angeles (AMC Atlantic Time Square 14), San Francisco (AMC Metreon), San Diego (Gas Lamp 15), Seattle (AMC Pacific Place 11), and Honolulu (Pearlrige West 16).
We now have an official trailer for the haunter starring Anthony Chan, Siu-Ho Chin, Kara Hui, Richard Ng, Hoi-Pang Lo, and Hee Chang Paw. 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 →
Kids have always been a bit creepy, these days, most kids are also assholes. What happens when the creepy kids have had enough of the asshole kids? Find out in the new teaser trailer for June. Look for it May 1. (I know, makes no sense)
After watching the trailer, anyone else think this was a Carrie prequel? Continue reading →