A Japanese business man is slowly consumed by machinery in this cerebral, fast paced horror staple
Known for its exciting and edgy art scene, The Mancunion introduces you to Manchester’s cinematic history.
Jon Stevenson’s directorial debut Rent-A-Pal is an intriguing character study ultimately let down by its underdeveloped script and weak ending, writes Ross McFadden
Carl Fitzgeral reviews the Soska Sisters’ latest gory horror film at Grimmfest 2019
Tobias Soar reviews The Pierce Brothers’ 2019 tale of the witch-next-door, screened at Grimmfest this month
It seems like every week there’s a different festival happening in Manchester; here’s a selection of our favourite Mancunian film festivals
The Grimmfest crew paid homage to two of the best alien invasion films at the Plaza, Stockport
Part-home invasion horror, part-jealousy melodrama, The Cleaning Lady is a an initially shocking film that struggles to stand out in its genre
Grimmfest is returning to Manchester in its 10th year to celebrate independent horror, sci-fi and fantasy films. It takes place on the 4th-7th of October at the Odeon Manchester Great Northern. The festival promises to be a thrilling weekend. Festival coordinators, Simeon Halligan and Rachel Richardson-Jones created Grimmfest 10 years ago to showcase horror films […]
Be prepared to be horrified, disturbed and spooked at this year’s Grimmfest.
Set to the backdrop of an isolated Canadian bar, The Oak Room, starring Breaking Bad’s R J Mitte, is an unusual exploration of storytelling, violence and the genre of horror itself
Manchester’s film scene has a lot to offer this academic year, with a range of events and festivals scheduled to take place
Writer Carl Fitzgerald reviews the awesomely gory film Satanic Panic at Grimmfest 2019
This is the ultimate Mancunian guide to cinemas, film festivals, and events, by the Mancunion Film editors for lovers of film