[Past Event] SUSPIRIA and EXCISION doublebill, 1st November A very special Halloween doublebill of big screen movies coming your way 1st November at the Dancehouse Manchester. PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS WILL NOT BE EMAILED OR POSTED. THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR COLLECTION ON THE NIGHT AT THE VENUE. We follow EXCISION with an all time classic, Dario Argento’s most infamous movie SUSPIRIA (With US remake in production as we speak!) Need we say more? Well also have some exclusive trailers, raffle prizes and a few surprizes!Fancy dress is optional. Beer from £1.50 a bottle. Bar open till late. The perfect Halloween party night for horror movie fans.To avoid disappointment, prebook below at earlybird price. Tickets will also be available on the door. Venue details here. EXCISION AND SUSPIRIA DOUBLE BILLThe Dancehouse, 1st November, 7.30pm Grimm Up North’s regular double bills at the Dancehouse resume with a horrible Halloween two header… EXCISION (USA, 2012, Dir: Richard Bates, Jr) A disturbed and delusional high school student with aspirations of a career in medicine goes to extreme lengths to earn the approval of her controlling mother…Starting life as a sick and satiric little short (which screened at the very first Grimmfest), Richard Bates, Jr’s dark and disturbing debut feature has been freaking out audiences wherever it has screened. Combining an astute portrait of acute adolescent alienation with vivid and visceral bloody body horror, splattery surrealism. and pitch black social comedy, and featuring an eccentric all (cult) star cast including Traci Lords, John Waters, Malcolm MacDowell, Marlee Matlin and Ray Wise, this is boundary-pushing, genre-stretching cinema in a similar – er -vein to one of the biggest hits of this year’s Grimmfest, the Soska Twins’ AMERICAN MARY. This screening is sponsored by Monster Pictures. SUSPIRIA (ITALY, 1977, 98 min, Dir: Dario Argento)A young American newcomer at an exclusive European ballet school finds herself caught up in a series of increasingly violent, seemingly supernatural murders…Let’s face it, this one has been on the cards ever since we first started screening at the Dancehouse. It’s the screening our Grimmlins have been crying out for: Dario Argento’s startling experiment in mood manipulation and abstract terror gets the ultimate sensurround treatment, as we screen it in an actual dance school. Expect atmosphere galore, as Goblin’s peerless soundtrack starts, and the Sighsecho around the eerie art deco auditorium…This screening is sponsored by Shameless Screen Entertainment.