Demons Descend Up North

DemonsThursday 29 March sees Manchester invaded by flesh eating demons. Grimm Up North will be screening a double bill of both 1980s Demon films at The Dancehouse in Manchester.

Laden with floor to ceiling gore and X-rated shocks, Demons was the brainchild of Lamberto Bava and Dario Argento and battered audiences into submission over twenty years ago. Now remastered in HD, both Demons and Demons 2 are back with a vengeance.

Aptly set in a cinema, Demons sees the horrific entities burst from the screen and attack the audience with brutal, gory consequences. Witness the terror and see how the demons disembowel anything that stands in their way!

Tickets are available now directly from Grimm Up North – as if the fantastic line up wasn’t enough to tempt you, there is a special cheap bar available with bottled beer for only £1.50! Unbeatable value on what promises to be a great night out.


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