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  Slasher Media are pleased to bring you the press release for the second season of horror double-bills in Manchester UK. There are 14 classic horror films from over 5 decades and of which 4 will be shown in original 35mm! These are Army of Darkness, Return of the Living Dead, The Crow and Invasion of the Bodysnatchers. And all this for just £4 per film!!

UK Horror Scene and AMC cinema Manchester have announced seven classic horror double-bills over seven Saturdays in August and September 2016.

AMC Manchester is a state-of-the-art 16 screen cinema complex in the iconic Great Northern Warehouse on Deansgate in Central Manchester.

The films are:

The Thing & Prince of Darkness
Evil Dead 2 & Army of Darkness (35mm)
An American Werewolf in London & Return of the Living Dead (35mm)
The Crow (35mm) & The Lost Boys
Pan's Labyrinth & Profondo Rosso
A Nightmare on Elm Street & Invasion of the Bodysnatchers (35mm)
Zombieland & Attack The Block
  Graeme Clark [2 Aug 2016 at 00:08]

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