Rabid (Grimmfest 2019) Review: A Remake For Fans Only Twins love Cronenberg!

David Cronenberg, the Canadian “Baron of Blood”, wrote and directed Rabid in 1977. It was his second horror film: serious,

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Dead Dicks Grimmfest 2019 Review: High Concept, Low Budget Winner Dead Again

Dead Dicks is not as flippant as the title suggests, not by a long way. To be honest, that’s pretty

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Little Monsters (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Not Just Another Rom-Zom-Com Kindergarten Chop

Little Monsters is about a zombie outbreak that just happens to kick off right next to a kids’ petting zoo.

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Extra Ordinary (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Endearing Supernatural Comedy From Ireland Never Wake A Floating Goat

I’ve just finished watching Extra Ordinary and struggling to know what to say beyond, well, that was bloody lovely! Full

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Darlin’ (Grimmfest 2019) Review: The Unnecessary Sequel To The Woman Sorry, No

Pollyanna McIntosh, who starred as the eponymous Woman in Lucky McKee’s 2011 film (and indeed the earlier Offspring), has written

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A Serial Killer’s Guide To Life (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Pastel-Coloured Empowerment A Journey To Serenity And Self-Discovery

I can’t think of many comedies about serial killers, and certainly none about female serial killers, but that’s exactly what

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Every Time I Die (Grimmfest 2019) Review: A Body-Hopping Murder Thriller That Works Kill Me Again!

Every Time I Die is one of those excellent little thrillers that only involves a handful of characters. The love

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Quiet Comes the Dawn aka Rassvet (Grimmfest 2019) Review: A Pretty But Shallow Dreamer’s Ball One, Two, No-One’s Coming For You

Quiet Comes the Dawn (original title Rassvet) starts off with an incredible atmosphere: a pregnant woman escaping from something in

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She Never Died (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Pulp Fiction About Immortals, Of Course Nevertheless, She Persisted

I didn’t know what to expect from a “gender-switching sequel” to Jason Krawczyk’s He Never Died, but I am pleased

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Tales from the Lodge (Grimmfest 2019) Review: Some Of The Parts Are Greater Than The Whole Not another Cabin in the Woods

Tales from the Lodge is a new take on a classic British model: the portmanteau horror film; that is an

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Grimmfest introduce new Work-in-Progress Award for 2019 Supporting filmmakers over the finish line

Manchester-based genre film festival Grimmfest is proud to announce the introduction of a brand new award category for their upcoming

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‘Anna and the Apocalypse’ | Grimmfest Film Review A coming of age Christmas musical comedy...with zombies!

From the outside, this genre-blending can seem as though it went one step too far. Focussing on the film as

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‘I’ll Take Your Dead’ | Grimmfest Film Review Can good people do bad things?

Made utterly worthwhile by a particularly impressive performance from Ava Preston (Shazam!) as the daughter, Gloria, I’ll Take Your Dead

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‘The Devil’s Doorway’ | Grimmfest Film Review The hypocrisy of religion

A found-footage film with an intelligent focus and clear passion behind it. There’s a sentence that is very rarely written.

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‘The Cleaning Lady’ | Grimmfest Film Review Be careful who you let into your life

Boasting a quiet, spine-tingling performance from Rachel Alig in the tragic titular role, this film is an exploration of love

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‘Nightmare Cinema’ | Grimmfest Film Review A glorious collection of horrible dreams

The first of the five segments in Nightmare Cinema is certainly the silliest and also happens to be the weakest. However, that

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‘Piercing’ | Grimmfest Film Review A date movie for psychopaths

Piercing possesses expectedly solid performances from Mia Wasikowska (Alice In Wonderland) and Christopher Abbott (It Comes At Night) playing a prostitute

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‘Brother’s Nest’ | Grimmfest Film Review Hopefully not an autobiography

Real life brothers Shane and Clayton Jacobson star in Brother’s Nest, with Clayton also directing and Shane producing. It is

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‘Tigers Are Not Afraid’ | Grimmfest Film Review You've never seen a fairy tale like this

Writer/director Issa Lopez has created a piece that oozes the dark fantasy of Guillermo Del Toro and blends it seamlessly

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‘Office Uprising’ | Grimmfest Film Review Office Space meets Shaun of the Dead

A quite wonderful mix of Office Space and Shaun of the Dead, Lin Oeding’s movie Office Uprising stars Brenton Thwaites

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