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Less than two weeks to go and the Classic Horror Campaign hits Manchester for an entire weekend of film screenings, special guests and free horror giveaways! After the massive success of our events in London, we are heading up North to give more classic horror fans the chance to see these films on the big screen! Tickets are limited so book yours early to avoid disappointment!

  • Venue – - 36 Charles Street, Manchester
  • Saturday 23rd July from 8pm – Night of the Demon (1957) and Vampire Circus (1972)  Buy tickets here!
  • Sunday 24th July from 6:30pm – Cat People (1942) and Scream & Scream Again (1970) Buy tickets here!
  • Night of the Demon introduced by Tony Earnshaw – author of Beating the Devil:The Making of Night of the Demon and book signing!
  • Free horror giveaways courtesy of Shock Horror magazine!
  • On Saturday top gothic horror photographer Amanda Norman will be at the event and available to commission exclusive Horror Portraits for the following prices -

Sitting for a portrait and the manipulation costs £35 and then the customer has an option of the following: -

A2 horror poster print = £20

10×8 print = £10

Pendant = £6

Classic Horror Rosary = £19.99

Top UK horror icon Emily Booth (Doghouse, Evil Aliens, The Horror Channel, Fright Fest) had this to say about the Classic Horror Campaign -

“The Classic Horror Campaign is one I whole heartedly support, the days of iconic horror double bills on BBC2 in the 70′s and 80′s have long been buried deep within the BBC vaults, long forgotten and its such a shame, and a waste. These slices of celluloid are rare, historic and they’ll never be made again. However there is a glimmer of hope to let these gems shine once again! They may not be on TV but Classic Horror are now putting on their own double bill movie events – so if you have fond memories of those glory days, or you’ve never had the chance to see these old horror films then definitly get yourself to one of these screenings, meet other fans and see how our beloved genre all began. 3D is fun, yes, but it REALLY is not the be all and end all of film making and its so good to go back to the more raw days of 16 and 35mm and get a masterclass in storytelling and suspense. Go old School – Go classic Horror!”

Emily Booth photograph courtesy of beckphotographic.com

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