I’ve been granted press accreditation for the 11th Grimmfest, the Manchester’s International Festival of Fantastic Film. This October, Grimmfest celebrated its eleventh anniversary with its biggest line-up of film premieres ever, along with audiences to match: one week after the festival ended, the Jury’s votes are in and all the award-winner movies have been revealed.
I’ve been granted press accreditation for the 11th Grimmfest, the Manchester’s International Festival of Fantastic Film. So, I had the opportunity to watch and review a bunch of upcoming horror movies. This is my review of Little Monsters (Australia, Abe Forsythe, comedy/horror).
The 11th edition of Grimmfest, one of the UK’s leading horror, cult and genre film festivals, committed and dedicated to sharing great movies from both new and established filmmakers from the world of genre cinema, will be held in Manchester (England) from the 3 – 6 of October. Grimmfest prides itself on premiering the very best in new horror, cult, extreme fantasy and sci-fi movies and, for 2019, they really went out of their way to present an incredibly solid line-up.