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  Triple Six Horror Film Festival 2017 [read more]
  A grand day out (or two)
  The full line-up for the Triple Six Horror Film Festival 2017 on May 27th & 28th has been released and is full of genre goodies. The line-up includes nine feature films and 12 short films. Highlights include the 1990 horror sci-fi classic Hardware screening in 35mm with director Richard Stanley in attendance for a live Q&A following the screening. Also there is a world premiere for UK horror mockumentary Tone Death plus premieres also for Quarries, The Forest of Lost Souls, Hounds of Love, Offensive and Roddy Piper's last film The Chair. Plus exclusive screenings of UK brilliance with Cruel Summer and The Unkindness of Ravens.

Triple Six is a festival to celebrate all that is good in independent horror filmmaking and includes many UK releases that deserve to be seen on the big screen!! And with screening at the amazing AMC cinema in the Great Northern Warehouse in Deansgate , Manchester then the screen is BIG and the venue is totally professional, comfortable and surrounded by the best bars, restaurants and shopping in the North of England!

FULL weekend tickets are on sale now for a limited time and are just £30. That will mean you will watch every film , every short and see every guest for just £15 per day!!

More info and ticket links are at the link above.
  Graeme Clark [3 Apr 2017 at 20:52]

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