When we started the Who Goes There Podcast in the Spring of 2013 our goal was to introduce people to the insane movies that we love, especially the more obscure films. As of late we have lost our way a bit and fallen into reviewing every Hollywood horror film that is released, regardless of if we even want to watch it. For episode 200, we said, “fuck that noise!”
That’s right, slap nuts! For episode 200 we’re kicking off Februwiener the right way by fluffing ourselves and our egos! This week we’re doing two movies; we’re doing “the ultimate Matt and Jorge movies”! Each of us picked a movie that we feel best captures what we love about horror and we’re cramming it in to one girthy ass…episode.
First we kick things off with 1979’s Alien (Review starts at 31:30), then we get zany as fuck with the 2011 Troma release Father’s Day (Review at 1:01:00)
You want a dick month? We’ll give you dick month! Starting with the Who Goes There Podcast episode 200!
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Back in October Noomi Rapace, who plays Elizabeth Shaw in Prometheus, exclaimed that God or the Devil will appear in Ridley Scott’s planned sequel.
Scott refutes this a bit in a new interview with The Austrailian. In it, he explains that the script, which is “written (and)…really good,” is “fresh” and “getting away from gods and dragons and shit. If I see one more dragon I’m going to shoot myself. Stop the dragons.” Continue reading →
Damnit! I don’t make enough money to keep up with all these wonderful toys! We’ve got 4 incredible toy announcements this week, and that’s not even counting Funko finally rolling out the second edition of the horror pop figures! We’ve got an evil super hero, a horror icon, something for the christmas tree, and the Scumdogs of the Universe! Continue reading for all the info.
Donate blood, sell your kids, and start hookin’, because you need to pick these up, and pick up a couple extra for Jorge and I! Continue reading →
The horror community took another big hit this week as the renowned Swiss artist H.R. Giger died on Monday May 12, at the age of 74, as a result of injuries sustained in a fall. Giger, who passed away in a Zurich hospital, was most famous for the alien monster he created for Ridley Scott’s Alien.
The terrifying creature and sets he created for Ridley Scott’s film earned him an Oscar for special effects in 1980. In the art world, Giger is appreciated for his wide body of work in the fantastic realism and surrealistic genres. He will truly be missed.
Sega has announced a release date for what hopefully make up for the horrible turds released both in Alien video games and the Alien franchise… Alien: Isolation. Read on to find out when you’ll be able to pick it up!