We'll See You In Hell
About This Show
A FANGORIA Original Podcast, each fanatical, fantastical episode of WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL will feature comedian Joe DeRosa (BETTER CALL SAUL, Netflix’s WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER) and writer Patrick Walsh (IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA , 2 BROKE GIRLS) providing commentary for a horror movie currently streaming on Netflix Instant. The guys will bicker, break balls, and riff through classics, underrated gems, and just plain crap. Listeners can choose to either watch along with the guys or just plain old listen and laugh. You’ve got options, babe!
Most Recent Episode
Episode 3.11: "JEEPERS CREEPERS"
3 days ago
The second episode of a jam-packed December, WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL returns once again with Joe DeRosa & Pat Walsh discussing one of horror’s most controversial terror titles, JEEPERS CREEPERS. In this episode, Joe & Pat talk about the technical aspects and horror cliches of JEEPERS CREEPERS, the potentially uncomfortable subtext of the film, and the history behind the JEEPERS CREEPERS franchise and filmmaker Victor Salva.
Rated 5 out of
Movie Lovers Unite!
Plain and simple, this podcast is for anyone who LOVES movies. NOT JUST HORROR MOVIES...Patrick & Joe spend very little time actually discussing the movie they're watching & a bunch of time talking about everything else...especially -you guessed it!- movies. These guys love movies & get in funny debates about whether or not Mrs. Doubtfire is good or the merits of Batman Returns. The dynamic between them is very entertaining, with P often getting exasperated w/Joe who frequently re-tells anecdotes that he's mentioned previously. They both have lots of fun LA Stories (!) of their own, like the time Juliette Lewis showed up early at P's birthday party unexpectedly. Occasionally they attempt impressions to varying degrees of success (the high point being each as Sam Elliott conversing w/the other.) Basically I'm in love with them both as a result of this podcast, I'm in quite a pickle. This podcast is quite honestly a highlight of my life these days!
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 5 out of
Tons of fun!
If you love horror pop culture, this is the show for you!
Date published: 2015-08-12