Radio Gorepress 10 : Freaks

For their tenth episode, Sarah and Phil direct their gaze towards a Gorepress favourite, in the form of Tod Browning’s 1932 masterpiece of terror Freaks. Once they get over the fact that the film is a massive 82 years old this year, they pick apart the sensitive issue of using real circus performers and give the film the appraisal it deserves, stopping to talk about the wondrous Johnny Eck, Schlitze and Prince Randian, among others.

This time around the first half of the show is dedicated to chatting about which films they’ve loved and loathed lately. They include The Sacrament, All Cheerleaders Die and Grand Piano.

As always, please do get in touch. You can find us on Facebook by searching for “Radio Gorepress”, on twitter or by emailing mail@gorepress.com. We’re always ready and willing to take your suggestions on board!

-Sarah & Phil.

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