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Diary: Grimmfest 2021...

7-10th October live in Manchester


Link Here8th June 2021
Grimmfest, international festival of Fantastic Film, is returning to it's live format at Manchester's Odeon Great Northern on 7-10th October 2021.

Grimmfest writes:

We will be joined by a true icon of genre cinema; our guest of honour, the incomparable Dee Wallace, recipient of this year's Grimmfest Lifetime Achievement Award.

We'll be celebrating a remarkable five decade career that ranges from such classics as THE STEPFORD WIVES, THE HILLS HAVE EYES, THE HOWLING, E.T., CUJO and CRITTERS, to equally boundary pushing recent films such as Rob Zombie's THE LORDS OF SALEM and James Suttles' THE NEST, which recently had its World Premiere at Grimmfest.

We once again host our Grimmfest annual awards; from BEST FEATURE FILM to BEST SCARE, there will be twelve awards up for grabs.

 

 

Diary: Female Fear Factor...

June 2021 on Horror Channel


Link Here29th May 2021

This month, Horror Channel highlights the work of female genre talent with the Channel premieres of Rabid , the Soska Sisters visceral remake of David Cronenberg's body horror classic and The Cleaning Lady , written by and starring Alexis Kendra (Goddess of Love), who also produced the much-acclaimed twisted psychological chiller.

Rabid (on the 12th) is the hugely welcomed remake of David Cronenberg's body horror classic from directors, The Soska Sisters. It received its World Premiere at FrightFest 2019 before being released worldwide. They are the first filmmakers to re-imagine one of Cronenberg's films and the fellow Canadian was very impressed with the results. What happens when you realise to achieve your dreams you have to live a nightmare? Rose (Laura Vandervoort) wants to become a famous designer in the fashion world, but a terrible accident leaves her scarred beyond recognition. Undergoing a radical untested stem cell treatment, wallflower Rose turns into the belle of the ball and starts to realise her ambitions. But everything in life comes at a price and Rose's new found perfection is no exception as she unwittingly sets off a bloody spiral of contagion.

Based on a short film of the same name, The Cleaning Lady (26th June) was written by Alexis Kendra who originally wrote the role of Shelly for herself to reprise, but she and director Jon Knautz felt that Rachel Alig was so perfect for the role, that she switched to the role of Alice instead. This is the second time Kendra and Knautz have teamed up, following the success of The Goddess of Love. As a means to distract herself from an affair with a married man, love-addicted beautician Alice (Alexis Kendra, pictured) befriends her soft-spoken, reclusive cleaning lady Shelley (Rachel Alig), facially scarred by burns from a traumatic childhood incident. Soon everyone caught in Alice's infidelity trap learns to their dread that Shelley's scars run much deeper than they ever suspected.

 

 

Diary: ETO Show...

Postponed until 2022, Coventry. Trade show for sex shop related businesses


Link Here25th April 2021
The ETO Show centres around products and online/offline sex toys and pleasure products market.

it is trade only and will next be held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry in 2022.

The show has just received a temporary sex shop licence from Coventry Council.




 

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