Five MUST SEE films showing at Grimmfest


We’re just over a week away from the 10th annual Grimmfest horror film festival in Manchester.

Here’s five essential films to catch across the programme –

Anna and the Apocalypse 

A zombie apocalypse threatens the sleepy town of Little Haven – at Christmas – forcing Anna and her friends to fight, slash and sing their way to survival, facing the undead in a desperate race to reach their loved ones.


A severely injured man and woman awake in an abandoned sanitarium only to discover that a sadistic caretaker holds the keys to their freedom and the horrific answers as to their real identity.

Satan’s Slaves – read our review HERE

After being mysteriously ill for almost three years, mother finally passes away. Father then leaves town for a job leaving four kids all alone. Soon, they sense that their late mother has come back to the house. Things get worse when the children realize that she has returned not only to visit but to take them with her.

Summer of ’84 – read our review HERE

After suspecting that their police officer neighbour is a serial killer, a group of teenage friends spend their summer spying on him and gathering evidence, but as they get closer to discovering the truth, things get dangerous.

Tigers are not Afraid 

A Mexican City turned into a ghost town by the drug-war. When 11-year-old Estrella’s mother vanishes, she makes a wish: she wants her mother to come back. And mom does return—from the dead. Terrified, Estrella escapes and joins a rag-tag gang of other children orphaned by the violence, all escaping their own past. But she learns that in a city ruled by death, you can’t simply leave the ghosts behind; they walk with you wherever you go.

Grimmfest takes place between Thursday 4th and Sunday 7th October at the Odeon Manchester Great Northern, get your tickets HERE

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