Blood Donors Film Club host screening in aid of the Irish Cancer Society

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Blood Donors Film Club presents American Mary

Directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska

Thursday, May 30 @ the Grand Social

Doors at 19:30, film at 20:30

Tickets €10/€8 students and unwaged, available from http://entertainment.ticketsolve.com/shows/873494426/events

Ladies and gentlemen, the time has come to sharpen your scalpels, dust off your bone saws, break out the forceps, and scrub up – Blood Donors Film Club present American Mary, the newest horror flick from Canadian supertwins Jen and Sylvia Soska. Katherine Isabelle stars as Mary Mason, a disillusioned ex-med student with a talent for slicing people up and a big bone to pick. Beauty may be subjective – especially in the world of body modification and underground surgery – but everybody understands revenge. And Blood Donors Film Club take revenge very seriously. So join them on Thursday May 30th at the Grand Social for a night of tongue-splitting, bone-cracking, teeth-gritting fun. Come for the vengeance, but stay for the drinks, the music from top DJs, the astonishing raffle prizes, the games and gifts, and the knowledge that every cent you spend goes straight to the Irish Cancer Society.

Blood Donors Film Club is a Dublin-based organisation for horror fans with hearts – dedicated to bringing you the best and bloodiest movies, along with competitions, raffles, events and public spectacles where 100% of the proceeds go straight to charity. Visit online at www.bdfilmclub.com or at Facebook.com/blooddonorsfilmclub

About the Irish Cancer Society:

Since 1963 the Irish Cancer Society has grown into the national charity for cancer care, the leading provider of all information relating to cancer prevention, detection, treatment and support. We also advocate for improvements in cancer services and we are the largest voluntary funded of cutting edge cancer research in Ireland.

Our vision is that every person in Ireland will have access to the best possible cancer services, and will have the lowest risk of getting cancer, the highest survival rates and the best support and information available when affected by cancer.

www.cancer.ie

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