Something Fishy Up North

SharktopusThe guys at Grimm Up North have put together another intriguing night of horror cinema for the delectation of horror fans in the North of England. The latest instalment in their line-up of events is the Roger Corman Double Bill on 16 March.

The first film in the double bill is Corman’s World, an in-depth documentary about the true godfather of independent cinema and the man that gave Jack Nicholson his first break in the business. This documentary takes us behind the camera and into the mind of this great filmmaker.

The second film is a modern day, cheesy classic – Sharktopus. This ridiculous film from 2010 is hilarious and daft, yet it has managed to become a huge cult hit. Featuring a monster that is half giant shark, half giant octopus and complete killing machine, this film is a must-see for all fans of insane horror.

Tickets are available for £6.50 from the Grimm Up North website. The event will be held at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation in Manchester. Doors open at 7:30pm on 16 March.


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