grim / grim/ • adj. (grim·mer, grim·mest) forbidding or uninviting: his grim expression long rows of grim, dark housing developments. ∎ (of humor) lacking genuine levity; mirthless; black: some moments of grim humor. ∎ depressing or worrying to consider: the grim news of the murder. ∎ allowing no compromise; stern; relentless: grim determination to succeed. ∎ unrelentingly harsh; merciless or severe: few creatures are able to thrive in this grim and hostile land.PHRASES: like grim death with great determination: we had to hold on like grim death.DERIVATIVES: grim·ly adv.grim·ness n.
Grim ★ 1995 (R)
Lives up to its title as an extremely icky and evil subterranean creature is awakened from a long sleep by miners. Apparently not long enough, since he proceeds to rip apart anyone he comes in contact with. 86m/C VHS, DVD . Emmanuel Xuereb, Tres Handley, Peter Tregloan; D: Paul Matthews; W: Paul Matthews; C: Alan M. Trow; M: Dennis Michael Tenney.