EPISODE 411: LATE NIGHT WITH THE DEVIL

Late Night With the Devil had great reception and strong word of mouth on the festival circuit late last year, so naturally all three of us were looking forward to it’s eventual release to a broader audience. Well, the special day has come and gone and now it’s finally time for us to share our thoughts about this indie horror which incorporates found footage and mockumentary elements.

Shoutout to mastermind Cal Gee for the original art as always. This time, the dude decided to take the controversial AI artwork from the film and draw it with his HUMAN HANDS.

“Welcome back. Ladies and gentlemen, before we continue, I’d like to apologize to anyone who may have been upset or offended by what you saw before the break.
It’s not every day that you see a demonic possession on live television.” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 411!

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EPISODE 410: IMAGINARY

As we continue getting into some new 2024 horror releases, we take a drastic swing from the indie horror of Stop Motion in our previous episode, to the big studio fuckery of IMAGINARY. It’s Blumhouse, it’s PG-13, and it’s directed by the same individual who directed modern classics (SIKE) like Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare and Blumhouse’s Fantasty Island. GODDAMN. Needless to say, we had fun talking about this one.

“Every culture has a name for it, entities that tether to the young. The Spanish call it “El Cuco”. The Trinidadians, the “Jumbie”. We call them imaginary friends.” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 410!

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EPISODE 408: CUBE

Welcome back haomies! One more trip to the 90’s before we get it going with some 2024 horror releases. This episode we get into the chamber piece horrors of 1997’s CUBE. The film is fairly influential and has developed a niche cult following over time. Jorge and Jacob also discuss Cube 2, which is fucking insane. Both are currently available on Prime for those wanting a re-watch or watching for the first time.

“It’s all the same machine, right? The Pentagon, multinational corporations, the police. If you do one little job, you build a widget in Saskatoon, and the next thing you know, it’s two miles under the desert, the essential component of a death machine. I was right! All along, my whole life, I knew it! I told you! Nobody’s ever going to call me paranoid again! We’ve gotta get out of here and blow the lid off this thing!” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 408!

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EPISODE 401: GODZILLA MINUS ONE

Another year has come and (almost) gone but we’ve got a couple more episodes for you as we close out 2023.

Gojira is one of the most enduring film characters in cinema history. Since first appearing in the 1954 original, everyone’s favorite reptilian Kaiju has starred in a total of 38 films and counting. Between Warner Bros. MonsterVerse film franchise and the Monarch: Legacy of Monsters series on Apple TV+, Godzilla is having a bit of a moment right now, again. We’ve seen a lot of iterations of the guy; the good guy version, the bad guy version, the neutral force of nature, the rubber suits, the bad 90’s CGI, cartoons, and lots of dope toys.

GODZILLA MINUS ONE is the first period piece in the franchise and the first since the 1954 original to reset the clock and setting back to post-World War 2, and post-atomic holocaust, Japan. So what’d we think of this genre hybrid spectacle that returns the big guy to his roots? Listen and find out.

“Then what do we do about the horror before us now? Just let it happen? Only you can save us from this tragedy. Even if you use the device to defeat Godzilla, how can it be used as a weapon, if you don’t publish your research? Ogata, we human beings are weak creatures. Even if I burn my notes, everything is still in my head. As long as I’m alive, who can say I wouldn’t be coerced into using it again?” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 401!

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EPISODE 400: THE DEVIL’S REJECTS

We had a little poll not too long ago to select what film we should do for our milestone 400th episode. When all was said and done, there was one film which ended up narrowly edging out other finalists like American Werewolf in Paris and Tales From the Hood. That film was Rob Zombie’s 2005 ode to psychotic trash , THE DEVIL’S REJECTS.   

“If you’re gonna start the killing, you best start it right here. Make sure I’m all the way dead, because I’ll come back and make you my bitch.” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast, Episode #400!

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EPISODE 398: WHEN EVIL LURKS

This episode we weigh-in on WHEN EVIL LURKS, Argentinian writer/director Demian Rugna’s follow up to his 2017 feature film debut, Atterados.

There’s a whole lot of films in the demonic possession horror sub-genre. Is it still possible to create something fresh and unique with such an arguably overused trope? Listen and find out. Also, watch and find out. WHEN EVIL LURKS is currently available on Shudder if you haven’t seen it.

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EPISODE 397: SPECIES

The year is 1995. Kurt Cobain blew his head off last year, or someone blew his head off, at the very least. Singles from Smashing Pumpkins’ Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, The Offsprings’ Smash, and Radiohead’s The Bends are lighting up the radio. And Wonderwall, don’t forget Wonderwall. Secretly, and shamefully, you regularly check VH1 to see if the video for Collective Soul’s song, “December” is on. No one must ever know about this 🎶

Then, here comes Natasha Henstridge as a predatory alien searching for the perfect mate to begin populating her species on Earth🤰

Forest Whitaker plays a man with clairvoyant abilities, which in this film apparently means he is gifted with the ability to point out obvious, readily observable things. Michael Madsen wears sunglasses the whole time and doesn’t know how to hold a gun. Then, there’s Oscar-winner, Sir Ben fucking Kingsley approaching the material like it’s Shakespeare.

Join us as we revisit SPECIES, a very special relic of 1995 🧬 

“You created a monster with some kind of formula you got from outer space. The damn thing got away, and now you want us to hunt it down and kill it. She would make one excellent biological weapon. If someone out there thought we were some kind of galactic weed that was going to spread through the universe…she’s the cure and where the disease.” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 397!

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EPISODE 396: COMMUNION

There’s been a whole lot of talk about aliens lately. Some of it potentially historic, some of it hilarious. This episode we take a deep dive into the film adaptation of Whitley Streiber’s best-selling book based upon his own alleged experiences with extraterrestrials, 1989’s COMMUNION 👽 

Grey aliens, sleep paralysis, abduction, bad late 80’s fashion, alien dance parties, little blue people, doppelgängers, anal probes, and a lead performance from Christopher Walken at peak absurdity make this a strong contender for one of the strangest Hollywood productions ever made.

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EPISODE 395: TOKYO GORE POLICE

Sahhhhhh dudes! As the reigning monarch of our Patreon, King Hans has decreed a foray into the action splatter excess of 2008’s TOKYO GORE POLICE. Luckily, we have some help to discuss this profound film. That’s right! Matt’s back for this episode to join in the festivities.

“What’s the matter officer? I’ll tell you what’s the matter. It’s a little insurance policy called Directive 4, my little contribution to your psychological profile. Any attempt to arrest a senior officer of OCP results in shutdown. What did you think? That you were an ordinary police officer? You’re our product, and we can’t very well have our products turning against us, can we?” It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 395!

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EPISODE 394: OLDBOY

This episode we get into Korean auteur Park Chan-Wook’s modern cult classic, OLDBOY,  which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with a limited theatrical re-release. It’s a tale of revenge, obsession, torture, and terrible truths. It’s also got one of the most influential single-shot takes in cinema history, involving a hammer.

“You really are the very monster I created, aren’t you? But you won’t find out the “why” of this if you kill me. Fifteen years of being curious would go to waste. You want to torture me, but I can simply kill myself first. Do you want revenge, or do you want the truth? Revenge is good for your health, but pain will find you again.”
It’s the Who Goes There Podcast Episode 394!

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