Grimm Up North
As part of the Manchester Fringe Festival, our friends at Grimm Up North will be presenting a special day of vampire movies and special guests at The Dancehouse on Oxford Road in Manchester. Read on for the details and schedule.
The dates have been set for Grimmfest 2012, Grimm Up North’s annual festival of horror and cult movies. It gears into action in Manchester, UK, this October 4th-7th at The Dancehouse theatre.
The fine folks behind Manchester’s Grimm Up North love zombies just as much as we do, and to show their appreciation for all things shambling and undead, they have a trio of flesh-eating features lined up to play on April 27th. Step right up!
The next installment in Grimm Up North's Monthly Screenings program in Manchester, England, is a Masters of Horror Demons/Demons 2 double bill on Thursday, 29 March.
The next installment in Grimm Up North's Monthly Screenings program in Manchester, England, is an arthouse horror double-bill of A Horrible Way to Die and Amer running on Thursday, February 23rd.
The blokes and birds at Grimm Up North in Manchester, England, are hosting a "Samurai Splatter" double bill of Shogun Assassin and Baby Cart to Hades next Friday, February 17th, and we have all the details right here!
UK Readers: Grimm Up North Hosting Two Special January Screenings - Seventies Sci-Fi and Italian Cult Classics
Our good buddies across the pond at Grimm Up North in Manchester, England, are putting on two special screenings this month: SEVENTIES SCI-FI SPECIAL featuring John Carpenter’s Dark Star and a documentary on the film, Let There Be Light: The Legacy of Dark Star, followed a few days later by a double bill of Dario Argento’s Four Flies on Grey Velvet and Michele Soavi’s Dellamorte Dellamore.
Horror fans have two new Christmas classics to watch this holiday season in the form of Jalmari Helander's Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale and Dick Maas' Saint (aka Sint or Saint Nick). If you happen to live in or around Manchester, England, you have a chance to watch them both on the big screen this December 16th thanks to the folks at Grimm Up North. Read on for more details.
If you've lucky enough to live in or near Manchester, England, then you should definitely be planning to attend the upcoming Grimm Up North Film Festival, which runs October 6th-9th at the AMC Cinemas in the Great Northern Warehouse, Deansgate. Need more incentive aside from the great films they have lined up? Then check out their still in process special guest list!
Just a few days ago the full lineup of films for the 2011 Grimm Up North Festival was revealed, and now we have the fest's official quad poster to share. The third annual Grimmfest runs this October 6th-9th at the AMC Cinemas in the Great Northern Warehouse, Deansgate.
The third annual Grimm Up North Film Festival runs this October 6th-9th at the AMC Cinemas in the Great Northern Warehouse, Deansgate, and we've got the full lineup of films to be shown along with the schedule. If you'll be anywhere near Manchester, England, during that time frame, this is one event you don't want to miss!
Two more films have been added to the 2011 Grimm Up North lineup - one old and one new - that really have us wishing we lived in the UK. Joining the previously announced Stalker are Lucky McKee's controversial The Woman and David Cronenberg's classic adaptation of Stephen King's The Dead Zone.
The third annual Grimm Up North Horror Festival, which takes place in Manchester, England, from October 6th to October 9th, has announced the first film on its 2011 roster, and it's Martin Kemp's directorial debut Stalker, starring Billy Murray, Jane March, and Linda Hayden.
Our mates across the pond who run the Grimm Up North Horror Festival in Manchester, England, have reported in with some big announcements for the 2011 edition. They've moved the dates up to earlier in October than in previous years, and they have a new venue! As usual, we've got all the info you need right here.
The Grimm Up North film festival, held each October in Manchester, England, for the past two years, doesn't receive financial support from sponsors, city councils, or regional screen agencies like many other film festivals do so to ensure the fest stays alive in 2011, they're launching Grimm Club, an exclusive members club comprised of fan donations. Members of the Grimm Club will receive: