Grimm Up North
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!
That’s right – from 7.30pm this Friday, April 27th, The Dancehouse will play host to a triple bill of the highly anticipated zombie comedy Juan of the Dead, adrenaline-fueled Nazi zombie actioner War of the Dead and a remastered HD showing of indomitable brain-eating classic Return of the Living Dead.
Tickets for the event cost just £8, with optional fancy dress and a late night bar (beer from £1.50 per bottle) for those looking to really get into the party mood!
Get more info via the official Grimm Up North website, befriend them on Facebook, and of course, follow them on Twitter. There’s also a special Facebook event page set up for the evening; be sure to RSVP there if you plan to attend.
Juan of the Dead (Pre-Release Screening): Official media refer to the attacks as isolated incidents provoked by Cuban dissidents paid by the US government. Little by little Juan and his friends start to realize that the attackers are not normal human beings and that killing them is quite a difficult task. They’re not vampires, they’re not possessed, but they’re definitely not dissidents; a simple bite turns the victim into another violent killing machine, and the only way to beat them is destroying their brains…
War of The Dead (Northwest Premiere): A platoon of American and Finnish soldiers is driven deep into a Russian forest, where its Captain discovers a terrifying secret.
The Return of the Living Dead (Remastered): In this genre defining classic three men and a gang of punks must do what they can to quell the threat that the now undead pose to an unsuspecting town after the accidental release of chemicals that bring the dead back to life.
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