Gremlins + Q&A with Zach Galligan at FACT

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor
Image courtesy of FACT

Gremlins + Q&A with Zach Galligan at FACT, City Centre 2 December 2017 Tickets from £6.90

Chaos erupts in this 1984 cult classic when teenager Billy Peltzer (Zach Galligan) breaks the rules governing the care of his new pet, Gizmo, and unwittingly unleashes a troupe of chain smokin’, lipstick wearin’ degenerate Gremlins on his neighbourhood at Christmastime. No mere nostalgia fest, Joe Dante’s Gremlins is a densely packed, anarchic satire of small-town Americana that’s even better than you remember.

As a special treat, Gremlins‘ star, Zach Galligan will be at FACT this weekend to talk about his experience filming Dante’s film.

Gremlins + Q&A with Zach Galligan at FACT, City Centre 2 December 2017 Tickets from £6.90

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