News Round-up Week Ending 31 January

CastlevaniaGrimmfest premiere Banshee Chapter

The good folks at Grimm Up North have announced that they are premiering new film Banshee Chapter at The Dancehouse in Manchester on 5 February. The film was originally screened at FrightFest where it won Total Film’s “Scariest Movie” award. Tickets are available from the Grimm Up North website.

Get ready for some Appalachian horror

Solaris have announced that Steve Rasnic Tem’s new book Blood Kin will be released on 25 February. This dark, Southern Gothic tale can be bought on Kindle or on paperback later this month from Amazon.

Castlevania edges nearer to release

Ahead of the release of Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 on 28 February, the developers Konami have released a developer’s diary that features the thoughts of Dave Cox and Enric Alvarez, two key players in the development of the game.

Black Water Vampire hits DVD

Black Water Vampire is a new found footage film that captures a series of grim murders in the small town of Black Water. The film makes its UK debut on DVD on 24 March 2014.


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