Archive for October, 2014


Sadly, as much as I love horror and wish I could fill each and every day with it, my work for Gorepress is merely moonlighting – my actual, real-life, normal-person job is to produce video content for miDrive, a UK-based company who have created a mobile app that helps learner drivers out by providing them [...]


15 years ago, along with co-director Daniel Myrick, Eduardo Sanchez reinvented the ‘found footage’ movement with his seminal, freshman effort The Blair Witch Project. More than a decade later and he’s returned to his roots with Exists. Exists is about a couple of brothers who take a trip to their Uncle’s remote woodland cabin with [...]


What do you do when you make five Wrong Turn films that rapidly decrease in quality in each outing? If your name’s Valeri Milev, you make a sixth. Not so luckily for us, this is the worst instalment yet. There is only so far you can go with this franchise, or so writer Frank H. [...]


With the Radio Gorepress train firmly back on track, episode 13 of our little podcast has finally arrived…and what better film to choose to mark this infamous number than 2012′s witchy The Lords of Salem? Join us as we talk about our favourite occult films of recent years, lament the downfall of Dario Argento, and [...]


Heralded as the new voice of horror by the likes of Kim Newman et al, this Aussie chiller boasts one of the creepiest trailers of the past year, and a villain that could be this generation’s Freddy Krueger. Almost universally praised, and after shocking audiences at Frightfest, finally, it’s getting a well-deserved release. With the [...]


It’s been a while since Phil & Sarah affected their best radio voices and waxed lyrical on the subject of movies, for a variety of reasons that we won’t bore you with here. Itching to get back into our podcasting seats though, we’re back with Episode 12, reviewing 1987′s classic Joel Schumacher‘s The Lost Boys! [...]


Following the worldwide success of last year’s rather good The Conjuring, creepy doll Annabelle – who you may remember currently resides in Ed and Lorraine Warren’s Room Of Creepy Things – gets her own outing because, clearly, someone thinks she’s a hell of a lot scarier than she actually is. To be fair, Annabelle is [...]


Back in 2004, when Edgar Wright’s brilliant Shaun Of The Dead was released, a rom-zom-com seemed like a bizarre idea for a movie. On a mainstream level, at least, a romantic horror story had yet to take hold as a viable concept and yet, ten years later, it’s established its own sub-subgenre to the point [...]