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I was in Texas! Again!
Topic by: ScottWeinberg
Posted: March 18, 2008 - 8:09 PM PDT
Last Reply: March 20, 2008 - 4:24 AM PDT

author topic: I was in Texas! Again!
ScottWeinberg
post #1  on March 18, 2008 - 8:09 PM PDT  
For my sixth consecutive visit to the mega-awesome South By Southwest film festival. This year they had a few cool genre titles, but the leader of the pack (by far) was Gregg Bishop's 'Dance of the Dead,' which is sorta like zombies vs. John Hughes archetypes. Funny, gory, strangely endearing flick.

Ooh, also I just got to see a fantastic Spanish import called [REC]. The American remake (Quarantine) comes out later this year, but definitely keep your queues peeled for the original. (Have I mentioned [REC] in another thread? If so, sorry.)

I'll have some more goodies to talk about soon, what with Philly FF and Tribeca coming up, but for now I'm exhausted from ten days in Austin. Damn what a great city.
Battie
post #2  on March 19, 2008 - 8:57 PM PDT  
> On March 18, 2008 - 8:09 PM PDT ScottWeinberg wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> For my sixth consecutive visit to the mega-awesome South By Southwest film festival. This year they had a few cool genre titles, but the leader of the pack (by far) was Gregg Bishop's 'Dance of the Dead,' which is sorta like zombies vs. John Hughes archetypes. Funny, gory, strangely endearing flick.
>
> Ooh, also I just got to see a fantastic Spanish import called [REC]. The American remake (Quarantine) comes out later this year, but definitely keep your queues peeled for the original. (Have I mentioned [REC] in another thread? If so, sorry.)
>
> I'll have some more goodies to talk about soon, what with Philly FF and Tribeca coming up, but for now I'm exhausted from ten days in Austin. Damn what a great city.
> ---------------------------------

Do you realize how much I absolutely despise you? I want to take off work for 10 days next year to hit SXSW. D: Only way that'll happen is if I become a self-made genius...or a whore. I'm leaning towards the latter, but I'm told it can be messy work.

Maaaan, Austin isn't even that far from Dallas. ;_; I probably have FAMILY there I could (rudely) crash with. *sobbing*
Vanamonde
post #3  on March 20, 2008 - 4:24 AM PDT  
If anyone is seriously thinking about going in 2009, book your hotel NOW! They fill up fast!

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