Ep262: Mutant Blast w/ WWE Superstar Baron Corbin

With all that is going on in not only the world, but our own backyard, it seems inappropriate to be celebrating anything. Well, we reached a pretty important milestone here at the Who Goes There Podcast. Today is 7 years to the day since we posted our very first episode. So in honor of such a big event we brought back our biggest (literally) guest to date. That’s right! The haomie Baron Corbin is back to give us his “kingly” take on all things horror!

Last time Tom (Baron) was on the show, we discussed the Stranger Things-esque Summer of ’84. While King Corbin seemed pleased with this offering, we wanted to REALLY ramp up the insanity this time around and show him what WGT is all about. This week we’re discussing the 2019/2020, Portuguese Troma film Mutant Blast (Review starts at 37:07).

We also go back and discuss The Platform, Tom’s “disclaimer” for recommending Matt picks, casual name drops and the fight Matt and Tom will have at Mania 40. What can you expect from the movie itself? How about the most blood in any movie we’ve ever covered? That do anything for you? How about a man-sized, French Lobster in a business suit? Nothing? What if I told you there are no less than 7 heads being PUNCHED off?! That’s right, little ones. Don’t miss this awesome 7 year anniversary extravaganza! 

Yes, you may be excused. But hurry back: we’re cutting gonads next. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 262!

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WWE Studios/Lionsgate Release First Full Leprechaun Trailer

LeprechaunI’ve got to admit, I had no expectations for WWE Studios & Lionsgate’s Leprechaun: Origins, a reboot of the horror cult classic Leprechaun. I’m actually pretty excited now, I mean it’s WWE so it’s probably still incredibly racist, and all together mishandled; but this trailer looks like Pumpkinhead meets Texas Chainsaw, meets Wrong Turn…in Ireland.

Still not getting my hopes up, but I’m Irish, so I’ll probably see it…and I’ll probably be drunk and think it was great. Look for it in theathers and VOD August 26, and DVD on September 30. Continue reading for the trailer. Continue reading

Leprechaun Origins Poster Revealed

LeprechaunLast night (despite my warning on WWE associated horror films) Jorge wasted his money watching Oculus. In the spirit of silly ideas from the world of wrasslin’, the WWE recently revealed a new promo poster (left) for Leprechaun: Origins, staring everyone’s favorite Irish stereotype, Hornswaggle (Dylan Postl) as the title character.

Anyone else think we need an Ultimate Warrior horror movie, where a demonic warrior snorts a ton of coke and explodes people’s heads, with mind bullets? Just me?

First Leprechaun Origins Clip Coming St Paddy’s Day


We’ve seen the Leprechaun go through some shit, we saw him pogo stick all over some dude, he went to the hood, to space, to Vegas, the vatican, and he managed to not get hypnotized by Jennifer Aniston’s nipples constantly poking through her shirt. Well, get ready kiddies, because in Leprechaun: Origins, he’s a wrasslin!

It’s been awhile since we’ve heard anything about Leprechaun: Origins, which is set to reboot the Leprechaun franchise. Today, we have an announcement to share so read on for details! Continue reading