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.
And it all comes full circle. When we started this show, we decided the first movie we wanted to do, we came up with a name, created an email address and contacted the director of said movie all while at a baseball game. Now here we are, on our third birthday, returning to our roots. That’s right we’ve finally got Chris Franco to watch The Battery! We take a look back at the film that started it all and see if after 3 years it still holds up. We also discuss the massive shit Eli Roth is trying to take, the horrible things Alia does for love, how absolutely disgusting Matt is, oh, and we debut a brand new theme song from San Diego horror punk band Batlords! Does Franco realize the greatness of The Battery? Is Mickey still a giant bitch? Does Jorge make it through an episode without losing his shit? Hey, you leave my god damn hair alone! It’s the grey, the bald and the ugly!
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 discuss American Horror Story: Hotel, The Walking Dead season 6, Scream Queens, Ash vs The Evil Dead, and Hellevator in order to decide which is a full sized Snickers and which is an apple with a razor blade in it. We also touch on the tragic passing of Gunnar Hansen (Leatherface) and Brandon Carlisle (Teenage Bottlerocket), some collector nerd stuff that you should be buying us, a quick look at Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth and Fallout 4, as well as a sweet track from Run The Jewels.
That’s the last goddamn hitchhiker I ever pick up. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 53!
In the immortal words of Jack Burton, “Holy shit we made it!” Welcome to episode 50, kiddos! It’s been a long time coming but here it is, in all of it’s unplanned, unprepared glory. We take a trip down memory lane, Matt introduces yet another nickname for himself, we explore our different tastes in horror, then…oh boy…then shit gets crazy.
We take a look at not one, but TWO films; you lucky duckies. We talk about the new Elijah Wood comedy horror Cooties, because it’s been way too long since we’ve done an Elijah film, and then we get in to the film we’ve been waiting years for: Eli Roth’s Green Inferno. As if this wasn’t enough, friend of the podcast Lauren Ashley Carter gives us the greatest gift we could have ever hoped for! The pit wants what the pit wants, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode fu-fu-fu 50!
You know what’s better than an April fool’s joke? A late April fool’s joke! We were on vacation and fooled ourselves into thinking we were going to post an episode last week, plus baseball. Sooooo….whoops! We’ll get another episode up next week and get back on track. In the mean time, did you ever watch Mad Max and think, “this would be better with zombies”? Me neither, but those cooky folks down under did, they also liked big guns, heaving sweaty bosoms, undead mind control and using zombies as fuel! We laugh our asses off at 2014’s Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead! We’re not putting our massive cocks away, it’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 39!
AMC released this absolutely stunning new trailer for The Walking Dead, which returns Sunday, February 8 at 9pm ET/PT.
After the tragic events of the mid-season finale–as well as losing the possibility of a cure in Washington, DC–Rick Grimes’ band of survivors find themselves on the road, surviving day to day and trying to hold on to their shredded humanity and dwindling hope. Continue reading
Magnet Releasing heads to sea with the green band trailer for [REC]4: Apocalypse, the fourth and final entry in the groundbreaking and terrifying [REC] horror series.
[REC]4 was directed by Jaume Balagueró, co-director of the first two films who returns for the climax of the series. Whereas [REC]3 took a slight tonal detour towards horror-comedy, [REC]4 is a return to the intense thrills and scares that helped make the [REC] franchise one of the most beloved in the horror genre. Continue reading
The official website for AMC’s The Walking Dead revealed that McFarlane Toys will be introducing ‘Clementine’ to their line of Walking Dead action figures, writes Figures.com. (Photos in comments)
The “Clem” action figure marks the first time a character from Telltale’s The Walking Dead video game series has been produced. Exclusively from Skybound, the Clem figure will be available in both Full Color and in Blood Splattered Color versions.
The figure will come with backpack, pistol, and hammer. Continue reading
FX has released a transcript of an interview with The Strain star Kevin Durand, who allegedly was approached to play Abraham in AMC’s The Walking Dead.
When asked for confirmation of the rumor, Durand knocked it down immediately.
“You know what, I wasn’t. I wasn’t, but I heard that from people. Ultimately for me it’s just really nice; it’s such an incredible compliment that you think of me for these characters. I’m so grateful for that,” explains Durand. “But no, nobody ever talked to me about that.” Continue reading