Grimm Announce First 3 Films

The Manchester horror movie festival have only gone and announced the first three flicks for this year’s celebration of new and classic horror, and let me tell you this; We at Gorepress are chomping at the bit in anticipation of October’s festival. And after hearing these announcements, we’re sure you will be too!

Here at Gorepress Towers we have been labouring under an injustice for too damn long. We’ve been waiting for the true vision of Midian to be revealed, and when word escaped of a more full cut of Clive Barker’s Nightbreed it would be an understatement to say that we were excited. I’d heard rumours The Cabal Cut would be making an appearance at Grimm, and now it’s confirmed! If you’re lucky enough to be going to Fright Fest, you might get to see it first but you will definitely miss out on seeing it in a room with The Most Excited Nightbreed Fan Ever!

Spanish horror-comedy, Attack of the Werewolves, will be making it’s English debut at the festival. “A cleverly made comedy which features a nice atmosphere, beautiful settings and an army of kick-ass werewolves”says Twitch. Sounds interesting, huh?!

Last is a firm favourite on the Gorecast, and a real 42nd Street classic; Frank Henenlotter’s Basket Case! Boasting a brand new HD transfer available on home release later in 2012, here is your chance to see Belial, Duayne, and all the residents of the Hotel Broslin in glorious HD

This year, Grimm Up North takes place at the Dancehouse Theatre on Oxford Road, Manchester. They are hosting over 13 international premieres and promise to have some tip-top guests over three days of horror filled fun.

Early Bird festival passes are currently on sale here for £47 (including booking fee), there are a limited number of these and when they are gone you will just have to wait for the full price tickets like a bunch of plebs. You don’t want to do that, do you?

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