Two comedy horror films hit free viewing site at Grimmfest TV ( @grimmfesttv ) ( @grimmfest )

GRIMMFEST TV, offers movie entertainment for free while the world is in lockdown. A new online TV channel dedicated to horror films of all types, through which viewers can access exciting award-winning features and shorts from the Grimmfest archives.

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New titles are being added every week and this week is no exception. Two Grimmfest favourites from a few years back, THE CALL OF CHARLIE and BORN AGAIN went live at Midday, Friday 19th June 2020.
Multi award winning THE CALL OF CHARLIE is a macabre comedy of manners, influenced by Luis Buñuel, David Lynch and H.P. Lovecraft.

Alternately amusing and disturbing. BORN AGAIN is a hilarious social comedy about inept Satanists, who have to deal with the dire consequences of their demonic ceremony. Bloody Disgusting called it “A mighty feat for an indie short’;

Festival Director Simeon Halligan said “Something a bit lighter this week with two comedy horrors from the Grimmfest vaults. These two humorous gems will lighten the tone, God knows we could all do with a laugh right now”. If you are enjoying watching horror films on Grimmfest TV, please do us a favour and subscribe to the channel.

GRIMMFEST TV launched in late April and currently hosts nine quality features and over thirty award winning shorts, all available to watch for free while we are all stuck at home. Films include Grimmfest 2018 best short award winner, WE SUMMONEDA DEMON, Grimmfest 2014 hit, WHITE SETTLERS (Staring Pollyanna McIntosh from The Walking Dead), and the suitably virus themed LA CONTAGION. The most popular title on the channel so far is the half hour retro creature feature, LOOM. All are still available to watch for free right now.

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