• Color
  • 2010
  • 96 min
  • Dolby Digital Sound

Directed by Adrian Santiago
Starring Christopher Dimock, Jack Pinder, Jason Ramirez, Brandi Price

You’ve never seen chaos, corruption and calculated cruelty like this!  Well, maybe you saw a little of it during the Dubya administration, like in the Abu Ghraib reports…
In the impoverished near-future, the United States government abandons rural Texas inhabitants like the Grim family, leaving them to their own devices and depravity.  In perhaps one of the most brutally graphic scenes ever recorded on film, the parents Grim are annihilated in front of their nine year old son, Nicholas.  Nicholas Grim is devastated by the loss of his parents and vows to avenge their death. You will not believe your eyes when you see where this seminal celluloid slaughtering surprises you!  GRIM is unlike any Troma film before it! Listen to the commentary track to get in the warped genius mind of writer/director Adrian Santiago, and check out the behind-the-scenes featurette to explore the dark side of humanity.  Lloyd Kaufman says “Adrian Santiago is a Guillermo del Toro and Dario Argento rolled up into one horrific enchilada!”