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Grabbers hits Irish screens tomorrow

Grabbers hits Irish screens tomorrow
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Newstalk
14:39 Thursday 9 August 2012
“Grabbers” is the latest Irish film to hit the big screen tomorrow.
It’s set on an island off the coast of Ireland that is invaded by bloodsucking aliens.
The residents soon discover that getting drunk is the only way to ward them off and survive.
It stars a host of Irish stars including Bronagh Gallagher and Love/Hate actress Ruth Bradley who explains how she prepared for the role:

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