Gravevine Birmingham, 18 January 2018


Many thanks to Grapevine Birmingham for its promotion of our forthcoming film event: “A macabre menu of dark delights from around the world will be served up on 25 March, when the Birmingham Horror Group hosts its second annual ‘Mini-Movie Marathon’.

“The event, in aid of the charity Diabetes UK, is being held at the Victoria pub on John Bright Street and has already attracted spinechilling submissions from film-makers as far afield as India, Brazil, Australia and the Russian Federation — plus a “fear few” from the West Midlands.

“‘The horror genre embraces everything from psychological thrillers and bizarre monsters to supernatural terror and twisted comedy,’ said festival organiser Steve Green, ‘and we plan to reflect that full range in those films we’ll be screening.’

“The event launches at 6pm and tickets are £3.00, bookable online via Eventbrite ( Further details of the event are available via the group’s website (”

UK Horror Calendar

11-13 January 2019: Horror-on-Sea, Southend (weekend 1). @HorrorOnSea
18-20 January 2019: Horror-on-Sea, Southend (weekend 2). @HorrorOnSea
February 2019: Women in Horror Month. @WiHMonth
1-2 March 2019: FrightFest, Glasgow. @FrightFest
11-12 May, 2019: HorrorCon, Sheffield. @HorrorConUK
22-26 August: FrightFest, London. @FrightFest
25-27 October 2019: 30th Festival of Fantastic Films, Manchester.
31 October – 3 November 2019: Edinburgh Horror Festival, Edinburgh. @EdHorrorFest
2 November: FrightFest, London. @FrightFest

Updated: 14 March 2019