The Lowry, Salford will host two 30-minute performances of Dr Blood’s Old Travelling Show outside its venue tomorrow (Saturday, October
Chaotic horror comedy romp Come to Daddy from Kiwi director Ant Timpson is an outlandish tale of father son bonding under the most extreme circumstances, that manages to defy expectations at every turn.
Is anyone ever really gone? Denis Côte poses this question with his adaption of Laurence Olivier’s (no, not that one) novel, a glacially paced gaze at a community’s grief following an untimely death.
‘For the Love of Horror’ will allow horror fans to indulge in all manner of scary attractions, from battling zombies in ‘outbreaks’ to spooky ‘nightmare zones’.
Grimmfest, Manchester’s very own festival of horror, cult and fantastic film, comes to the Printworks’ Vue cinema for its 2017 run.
Picture the scene: Two young florists destined for each other, forced apart by a merciless dentist in an American slum which is tormented by an overgrown plant.
The Beast are set to play three nights at The Lowry Theatre, Salford, from Wednesday through to Friday as part of the theatre’s Halloween Spooktacular.
A ‘childhood recurring nightmare’ has inspired a Manchester film producer to create his own crowdfunded sci-fi horror.
Staff and students from the University of Salford are hoping to turn their home-made supernatural thriller into a UK Television series.
A Manchester-based film director is crowdfunding to produce a short horror film inspired by ‘a journey home in a dodgy taxi’.
The Little Print Shop of Horrors – a ‘bad’ way of helping a good cause – will reopen for a fifth year before this Halloween.