Grimmfest 2021: The online line-up and how it worksOctober 5, 2021 | James R
Grimmfest is back for another season of scares this October, and, after a year of horror at home, it’ll be back at the Odeon in Manchester for four days of horror.
Running from 7th to 10th October, the in-person event … Read More
VOD film review: UnearthJune 28, 2021 | Ian Winterton
This brilliant slow-burn family drama suffers from an intrusive body-horror subplot.Read More
Grimmfest returns for May Bank Holiday streamingMay 29, 2021 | James R
Grimmfest is making one last return to our screens this May with a final fully online festival providing a Bank Holiday weekend full of horror to binge.
Over the course of the weekend, three double-bills will be available to stream. … Read More
VOD film review: Threshold (2020)May 3, 2021 | Anton Bitel
This charming no-budget cult movie takes a fragile sibling bond for a funny, freaky test drive.Read More
Final Days review: Haunting zombie pandemic dramaApril 12, 2021 | Anton Bitel
Johnny Martin’s zombie flick about the unfolding of a pandemic dramatises the damage that isolation can do to a person.Read More
VOD film review: The NightApril 1, 2021 | Anton Bitel
Kourosh Ahari’s disorienting ghost story books a guilt-laden Iranian couple into a hell of mirrors.Read More
Grimmfest goes online for Easter Horror NightsMarch 27, 2021 | James R
Grimmfest is returning to our screens this April for its first Easter horror showcase, and it’s going online to share its cracking collection with audiences across the UK.
Running from 1st to 5th April, the five-day event will feature 14 … Read More
Interview: John C Lyons and Dorota Swies talk fracking horror movie UnearthOctober 8, 2020 | Ian Winterton
Unearth is streaming online as part of Grimmfest 2020. For the full festival line-up and how it works, click here
Unearth’s tagline – “a fracking horror movie” — is somewhat misleading. Sure, the film does feature fracking as its central … Read More
Grimmfest goes online for 2020: Full line-upAugust 17, 2020 | James R
Grimmfest is going online for 2020, joining a number of film festivals taking place in the digital ether due to the coronavirus pandemic.
While cinemas are reopening across the UK, festivals are a trickier proposition, cramming swathes of fans into … Read More
Interview: Grimmfest co-founder Simeon Halligan talks Habit and horror festivalsOctober 4, 2018 | Ian Winterton
Film director Simeon Halligan set up his Salford-based production companyRead More