Ep254: Villains – WGT

Well, it sure as hell FEELS like we’re living in a slow burn, shitty zombie movie. When the gyms are closed, the home gym owners shall inherit the gains!

We want to assure you that thanks to advancements in modern technology, the Who Goes There Podcast will still be releasing weekly episodes! We originally had planned to review The Hunt this week, but with all the theaters closing we decided to push it back a week. Now, you’ll actually be able to watch it on VOD.

Instead, we decided to cover a movie that went under everyone’s radar and is available to stream right now on Hulu, and that movie, is 2019’s Villains. Pennywise and the girl from It Follows totally make out, it’s hella tight. (Review at 29:35) If you guys are looking for things to do we’ve been active on Twitch a lot lately, we’re doing a lot of things for our Patreon supporters, and not only that there are THOUSANDS of hours of free content from other great podcasts like Say You Love Satan, Witchfinger, Forever Midnight and Pens and Pixels podcasts. Check them all out, tell them WGT loves them.

It’s hard to overcome that experience, but, someday you’ll feel that life is wonderful. That’s life, isn’t it? Now, here’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 254!

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Several Release Posters For It Follows

it_followsCheck out several new one-sheets for David Robert Mitchell’s It Follows – already the most anticipated horror film of the year – which Radius-TWC will release on March 27th.

“For 19-year-old Jay (Maika Monroe), the fall should be about school, boys and weekends at the lake. Yet after a seemingly innocent sexual encounter she suddenly finds herself plagued by nightmarish visions; she can’t shake the sensation that someone, or something, is following her. As the threat closes in, Jay and her friends must somehow escape the horrors that are only a few steps behind.” Continue reading