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.
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:
October's Grimm Up North horror and sci-fi festival brought the best in genre cinema to the city of Manchester, England, for a second year running and gave fans unprecedented access to some exclusive movie screenings. As part of the closing night celebrations, the winners of the festival's Golden Scythe awards were unveiled. Read on to see who won what.
If you’re in the UK and live near Manchester, then you could be in luck as we have one pair of tickets for the Grimm Up North festival’s opening night (Thursday, October 28th) to give away!
The 2010 Grimm Up North film festival, which runs October 28-31 in Manchester, England, is quickly approaching, and because they want fans to experience both of their great opening night events, they’ve just released a special reduced price ticket along with the full list of short films screening over the weekend.
Along with finalizing the festival programme (click here for that), the Grimm Up North team have added six more fantastic horror/fantasy movies to their already full to bursting festival line-up! Read on for the details.
After careful consideration and a lot of hard work, the Grimm Up North team have announced their full festival lineup for 2010. Festival passes are still available for only £75, and individual tickets for all the main screenings will be on sale starting October 1st.
With Resident Evil: Afterlife whipping up a box office storm, the people behind Manchester’s premiere horror festival, Grimm Up North, got in touch to give you all a heads-up on their latest giveaway.
The Brothers & Sisters Grimm who put on Manchester, England's premier horror film festival, Grimm Up North, have revealed there will be a grand total of 17 feature films on their final bill this year. Along with the previously announced Evil - In the Time of Heroes, Slice, Reel Zombies, and the crazy Japanese horror caper Alien vs. Ninja, two more entries have been announced. Read on for the details!
As evidenced by the recent American box office success of The Last Exorcism, horror movies are more popular than ever, but is that popularity limited to the good old US of A? Absolutely not if a recent report by the UK's Sky News is any indication. According to them horror films are increasing in popularity, and some experts claim it is because of the gloomy economic times.
Year 2 of Manchester, England's premier horror film festival, Grimm Up North, is taking place Halloween weekend, 28th-31st October 2010, and the first four films have been officially confirmed along with a handful of the event's seminar guests.
With Year 2 of Manchester, England's premier horror film festival, Grimm Up North, officially confirmed for Halloween weekend, they are now open for film submissions and, in addition, have announced a new location for the 2010 event.
It may only be March, but if you're anything like us, Halloween is never very far from your thoughts. So if you happen to live in or near Manchester, England, you'll be happy to hear that the 2nd Grimm Up North Horror Festival has been confirmed for Halloween weekend, 2010.