Last week saw the launch of new online movie channel Grimmfest TV, from the organisers of one of the biggest horror festivals in the UK.
This online platform is hosting a wide range of short and feature films for horror and genre fans to enjoy.
Here are some recommendations from our team for you to delve into today –
Habit (2017) – We described this independent production as an addiction worth seeking out. Set in the backstreets of Manchester, UK, Habit, it exposes the dark underbelly of the city after dark.
Loom (2019) – This retro-flavoured short set around Halloween was a big hit at last year’s Grimmfest, with the makers of the film even making an appearance for audiences. A fantastic mix of practical effects and solid storytelling.
Sybil (2018) – From Director Joanne Mitchell, Sybil feels like just the beginning of the intriguing story of a funeral parlour worker who has more to her than meets the eye.
We Summoned a Demon (2018) – ‘We Summoned a Demon’ harkens back to the VHS era with its neon-soaked sets and synth score and the story is plenty of goofy fun.
Bedtime Story (2019) – Taking the bedtime story to horrifying new levels, Spanish short El Cuento mixes a discord between a single-parent mother and her children with a fairytale about a witch.
Mon Ami (2012) – The second feature from director Rob Grant (Harpoon) tells the story of 2 friends trying to execute their ‘get-rich-quick’ plan by kidnapping their boss’s daughter, but when the plan falls apart, they must scramble to fix the situation and repair their friendship.
Find out more about Grimmfest TV.