Grimm Christmas Spooktacular

Grimm presents two big screen supernatural horror movie premieres for Christmas 2012.

A splendid double bill combining suitably seasonal snowbound chills and supernatural shocks! The Corridor is released in the UK on 21st January 2013. When the Lights Go Out is released on 7th January 2013. THE 12 SLAYS OF CHRISTMAS big screen quiz, a must for all horror fans! Great prizes up for grabs. Venue: The Dancehouse Theatre, Oxford Road, Manchester. Start time: 7.30PM – 21st Dec 2012. Entrance: £7.50 Plus booking fee

GrimmThe Corridor
Following his mother’s death, Tyler suffers a nervous breakdown, which results in him severing the flesh of this childhood friends. Years later, the group of friends decide to reunite for a weekend at his late mother’s country house in an attempt to rebuild friendships. Isolated deep in the snow covered forest, they stumble upon a mysterious supernatural hallway in the middle of the woods, which seems to give them a sense of euphoria. However it soon becomes clear that this energy force is transforming them into something much darker as one by one they turn on each other, taking their evil to the next level. Mayhem leads to murder as it escalates into a psychedelic race for sanity.
Cast: Stephen Chambers, James Gilbert, David Patrick Fleming. Director: Evan Kelly. Run time: 98 mins

GrimmWhen the Lights Go Out
Yorkshire, 1974, the Maynard family moves into their dream house. It’s a dream that quickly descends into a panic stricken nightmare as the family discovers a horrifying truth that will make the history books. The house is already occupied by the most violent poltergeist ever documented, a poltergeist that will tear you from your bed as you sleep and drag you helplessly into the darkness. As the attacks on the family become increasingly violent and terrifying, it becomes clear that the exorcism of the poltergeist will be their only chance for survival. Based on true events that occurred at No. 30 East Drive on the Chesterfield Estate, Pontefract, West Yorkshire. The subject of a plethora of research group studies, books and newspaper reports, this is the horrifying story of what really happened.
Cast: Steven Waddington, Kate Ashfield, Nicky Bell, Hannah Clifford, Martin Compston, Tasha Connor. Director: Pat Holden. Run time: 86 mins

Alongside these great movies well also have some festive fun, with loads of raffle prizes up for grabs, Christmas horror movie trailers and a special preview of what weve got in store for you Grimmlins in 2013!

Our Grimm Stall will be selling off stock at incredibly cheap prices. Pick up your Christmas stocking fillers, including 3 DVDs for £9.00 (Choose from loads of titles including THE WOMAN IN BLACK, TROLL HUNTER, THE DIVIDE, etc), Tshirts all at £5.90 and posters at £5.50 or £10 signed.

Cheapest bar in town. Have a festive drink between screenings with bottled beer starting from £1.50. You cant beat it! So get there early and peruse the shop, buy a drink and nibble mince pies!



Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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1 Comment

  • I really dont know if that would be spooky enough to scare me to the bone..
    I find most horror movies funny (quirky I am for sure..lols). Most of them go out of the way to be insensible to scare viewers.
    I’ll watch this ‘un and get back to you. 🙂

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