Who Goes There Podcast: Ep193 – SUMMER OF ’84 w/ WWE Superstar Baron Corbin

Gather ’round, boys and girls and witness a true Christmas miracle! After years of scheduling conflicts we were finally able to get my good buddy Tom Pestock (aka WWE Superstar Baron Corbin) in the studio!

Tom was in town before his huge match at WWE TLC, and he wanted to drink some expensive bourbon, and talk about 2018’s Summer of ’84. (Review starts at 27:00) Somehow, Matt managed to not talk about wrestling, and we get Tom’s thoughts on some recent horror releases, and his ghost hunting show on the WWE Network.

I told you not to go out tonight, didn’t I? Every time you go out, this kind of thing happens. It’s the Who Goes There Podcast episode 193!

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Do the Episode Titles Revealed for STRANGER THINGS Season 3 Offer Clues to What’s in Store?

When Stranger Things returns to Netflix in the Summer of 2019, we’ll be taken back to the Summer of 1985. While we already know that the newly-constructed Starcourt Mall will feature prominently in the horror/sci-fi series’ third season, but otherwise, clues as to what fans can expect have been scant.

While show creators Matt and Ross Duffer have previously promised that Season 3 will be the darkest chapter yet, we can now start theorizing about the next supernatural dramas descending on Hawkins, Indiana in a couple places. The first is the trailer for Stranger Things 3, a video game announced at The Game Awards last week that’s said to mirror the upcoming season’s plotline (link below).

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This weekend, we got the episode titles for Stranger Things Season 3, so put your thinking caps on and see what you can glean from these:

“Suzie, Do You Copy?”

“The Mall Rats”

“The Case of the Missing Life Guard”

“The Sauna Test”

“The Source”

“The Birthday”

“The Bite”

“The Battle of Starcourt”

We still don’t have an official synopsis, but cast members include Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers, David Harbour as Chief Jim Hopper, FinnWolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Noah Schnapp as Will Byers, Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven, Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson, Cara Buono as Karen Wheeler, Natalia Dyer as Nancy Wheeler, Charlie Heaton as Jonathan Byers, Joe Keery as Steve Harrington, Dacre Montgomery as Billy, Sadie Sink as Max, and Priah Ferguson as Erica. Newcomers include Cary Elwes, Jake Busey, Maya Thurman-Hawke, and Francesca Reale.

Are you excited to check out Stranger Things Season 3 next Summer? What do you think the episode titles mean? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!

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Netflix Reveals Season 3 Episode Titles in New ‘Stranger Things’ Teaser

Netflix just sent Stranger Things fans an early holiday treat with a new teaser trailer that just might hint where the popular series is headed. The music and the graphical reveal of the show’s title is nothing new for fans who sat through something similar at the start of every episode so far. What’s interesting, however, is the fact that each new episode title appears throughout the sequence. The titles are listed as follows:

“Suzie, Do You Copy?”
“The Mall Rats”
“The Case of the Missing Lifeguard”
“The Sauna Test”
“The Source”
“The Birthday”
“The Bite”
“The Battle of Starcourt”

You can watch the clip below in its entirety:

Eagle-eyed viewers might recall that “Starcourt” is the name of Hawkins’ shopping mall, and it was featured in a silly promotional video starring Joe Keery as Steve working at an ice cream shop called Ahoy. It seems like “The Battle of Starcourt” might be alluding to a final showdown at the retail haven.

Stranger Things will premiere on Netflix sometime during the summer of 2019. Stay tuned to Horror News Network for more details about this exciting new project as they break!

 

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‘Stranger Things’ Season 3 Teaser Reveals Episode Titles

While Netflix has produced some terrific original programming during its relatively brief existence, arguably its biggest crossover success to date is the 1980s-set blend of sci-fi, horror, and fantasy known as Stranger Things, created by brothers Matt and Ross Duffer. Only a select few shows – such as House of Cards, Daredevil, and the recent […]

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“Stranger Things 3” Episode Titles Prepare Us for the Summer of 1985!

In what’s becoming a tradition, Netflix is teasing the return of “Stranger Things” with a sneak peek at the titles for “Stranger Things 3”.

Things are being tightly kept under wraps, but what we do know is that the adventure continues in the summer of 1985… and that “Stranger Things 3” is most definitely arriving in 2019.

There are probably some small level of spoilers in said titles, which include the following:

The episode titles are:

  1. “Suzie, Do You Copy?”
  2. “The Mall Rats”
  3. “The Case of the Missing Life Guard”
  4. “The Sauna Test”
  5. “The Source”
  6. “The Birthday”
  7. “The Bite”
  8. “The Battle of Starcourt”

Returning for Season 3 are Winona Ryder as Joyce Byers, David Harbour as Chief Jim Hopper, Finn Wolfhard as Mike Wheeler, Noah Schnapp as Will Byers, Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven, Caleb McLaughlin as Lucas Sinclair, Gaten Matarazzo as Dustin Henderson, Cara Buono as Karen Wheeler, Natalia Dyer as Nancy Wheeler, Charlie Heaton as Jonathan Byers, Joe Keery as Steve Harrington, Dacre Montgomery as Billy, and Sadie Sink as Max, among others.

Cary Elwes, known for both Princess Bride and SAW, was recently cast to play a character named Mayor Kline, while Starship TroopersThe Frighteners, and The Predator‘s Jake Busey will play a character named Bruce.

Maya Thurman-Hawke, the daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, will play an “alternative girl” bored with her mundane day job. She seeks excitement in her life and gets more than she bargained for when she uncovers a dark secret in Hawkins, Indiana.

Francesca Reale (“Haters Back Off”) has been cast in a major recurring role as Heather, a popular lifeguard at the Hawkins Community Pool who becomes the centerpiece of a dark mystery.

Season 2 actress Priah Ferguson, who played Lucas’ scene-stealing sister Erica, has been upped to a series regular. She’ll return with an army of her own friends. No longer content with sitting on the sidelines, Erica finds herself on a wild mission to save Hawkins from a dangerous new threat.

The series is created by The Duffer Brothers, who also serve as executive producers and directors along with Shawn Levy (who also directs), Dan Cohen and Iain Patterson. “Stranger Things” is a Netflix production.

STRANGER THINGS 3 Video Game is Based on the Unknown Plot of Season 3

Our first hint at what’s in store for us in Season 3 of Stranger Things (beyond the fact that a mall features prominently) may have come from a preview of the video game Stranger Things 3. It was revealed towards the end of last night’s Game Awards and it’s apparently based on the plot for Season 3, rumored to be hitting Netflix sometime this summer.

Whether or not this means series masterminds Matt and Ross Duffer have planted Easter Eggs is for you to investigate in the clip above is for you to decide. Stranger Things 3 is a 16-bit top-down action game, which is apropos for the era the horror/sci-fi series takes place. We’ve been told to expect big things in Season 3, so there’s a chance gamers will have a jump on deciphering the series—if the game drops first.

Check out the teaser for Stranger Things Season 3 that arrived during San Diego Comic-Con.

Are you a fan of Stranger Things? Are you intrigued by the fact that Stranger Things 3 will have a direct tie-in to the upcoming season? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!

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‘Stranger Things 3: The Game’ Announced at Game Awards 2018

Stranger Things is well-known for promoting 80s nostalgia among those who lived through the decade (and those who wish they did) that brought us Dungeons & Dragons, ET, and coin-operated video games.  Further channeling this mania, creators Matt and Ross Duffer announced a game tie-in for the upcoming third season of Netflix’s hit show at the Game Awards 2018 on Thursday.

Though the Duffer brothers didn’t reveal much about what can be expected from the game, they did say it’s a classic 16-bit inspired game that takes place during the third season.  There is currently no release date for the game or what platforms the game will be featured on, but look for more information to be announced before Stranger Things Season Three debuts next summer.

Check out the trailer below from the official @NXOnNetflix page.

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VGA 2018 Announcements: ‘Mortal Kombat XI’, ‘Stranger Things 3’, and More

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It’s always been nice to have a general celebration ceremony of games that made their impact on both the industry as a market and embodiment of fans. While Red Dead Redemption 2 and God of War stole the awards tonight, a handful of announcements were released that have us excited for what’s to come next […]

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[The Game Awards 2018] ‘Stranger Things 3: The Game’ Announced

Announced at The Game Awards tonight by series creators Matt and Ross Dufferis is Stranger Things 3: The Game from developer XPBonus. Naturally, the game is based on the upcoming third season of the Netflix show. In keeping with the show’s 80s vibe, the game itself is a throwback to 3/4 topdown strategy games of old with pixel graphics. Only this time, it’s a co-op beat ’em up.

No word yet on the release date for the game, but it is coming to “all platforms”. And given that it ties into the release of season 3, you can probably draw your conclusions from that.

New Photo Emerges of David Harbour in ‘Hellboy’

Our friends at Empire revealed a new photo of David Harbour as the titular character in the upcoming Hellboy movie. The still shows Hellboy seemingly preparing for battle as he moves through some sort of tunnel.

“It was always a case of, ‘When in doubt, go back to the source material.’ Some of the stuff is pretty sick,” director Neil Marshall tells Empire in the January 2019 issue. “More violent and more bloody. We weren’t making it with handcuffs on.”

Milla Jovovich will play opposite of Harbour in the role of Nimue the Blood Queen, an evil sorceress who wishes to wipe mankind off the face of the earth. Other cast members include Ian McShane as Trevor Bruttenholm, Daniel Dae Kim as Ben Daimio, Sasha Lane as Alice Monaghan, and Penelope Mitchell as Ganeida.

The film is set to premiere on April 12, 2019. Keep it locked to Horror News Network for the latest on Hellboy.

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