Ah fall, Halloween is passed, pumpkin spice everything is being shoved down our throats and much like a virgin on prom night, Christmas is coming way too fast. Don’t put away your Halloween decorations yet, we still have a ton of fall horror television lingering around! Chris was in the middle of moving back to San Diego and couldn’t make the show, so we brought in our buddy Shaemus from the WWE (aka our buddy Joe) to help us take a look at some of the current fall lineup.
We need to learn, never tease the next episode. This episode is coming to you a bit late, it was supposed to be about Sleepaway Camp, featuring our friend Lauren Ashley Carter, however due to technical difficulties we couldn’t make that episode happen. (YET!)
Fear not! We rounded up the always fun Alia, and Chris and took a look at some of the recent news in the world of horror, including the new Texas Chainsaw Massacre, a real life Purge, Ghostbusters 3, and a new Silent Hill game! If that wasn’t enough, we walk down memory lane with 1991’s cult classic The People Under The Stairs. We’re eating our enemies and spitting out the buckshot, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 27!
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Hooray! We’ve got another hole to throw money in to! You know we love horror toys, we know you love horror toys, and with San Diego Comic Con just around the corner; there’s sure to be no shortage of awesome, wallet draining toys coming in the near furture. Here’s some newly announced toys you should be buying for us.
First off from we have a new set of those adorable little Funko Pop! vinyl toys. We’re not talking about the second run Continue reading →
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Tobe Hooper’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which had its world premiere on October 1st of 1974, in Leatherface’s home state of Texas. So successful was the gritty tale of a cannibalistic family that the film was annually re-released into theaters beginning in 1976, with Leatherface returning to the big screen every year for the subsequent six years.
In celebration of Leatherface’s 40th birthday, MPI/Dark Sky Films has just announced that they’ll be continuing that tradition by bringing the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre back to the big screen this summer, in the form of a newly restored print of the classic film. Continue reading →