Grimm Up North – Halloween Horror Night

GrimmAfter another great year and a brilliant festival Grimm Up North have decided to keep the horror going by bringing us there Halloween Horror Night with three classic scary movies, one cheap bar, fancy dress, raffles & prizes and its on Monday 31st October 2011.

Come celebrate Halloween in true horror style at the Dancehouse, Oxford Road, Manchester (next to Odder bar). Enjoy three classic horror movies, drink at there cheap bar and win horror and Halloween themed goodies as Grimm host there ‘almost legendary’ GRIMM raffles throughout the night. Come dressed as your favourite Monster, Zombie or Killer (Fancy dress optional) and be in with the chance of winning prizes for best Halloween costumes.

Kicking off with John Carpenters classic HALLOWEEN at 7.30 pm; Michael Myers is back in this seasonal must.
‘John Carpenter and Debra Hill’s film is a genuine landmark in the horror-thriller genre’ – FILM 4

The DeadAt 9.30 pm. It’s surprize movie time. As Grimm give you, the audience, the chance to choose from a selection of hand picked Horror movies. The film that gets the most votes, plays! It could be a classic or it could turn out to be a special premiere. If you’ve been to GRIMM UP NORTH events before, you’ll know that whatever our surprise movies are, you wont be disappointed.

11.30 pm. Its Zombie time! Grimm are proud to present a special screening of ‘Classic in the making’, THE DEAD. The Ford Bros iconic Zombie movie has just been released to huge critical acclaim. After a packed screening at GRIMM UP NORTH festival earlier this month, it’s back by popular demand!

Doors open at 6.30pm, Films start – 7.30 pm. For more info and to book tickets click Here.


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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