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Celebration of Fantastic Fest

Celebration of Fantastic Fest

What a Joke Comedy Fest

What a Joke Comedy Fest

  • Chritopher MacBride during a Q&A.
    David Hill
  • Q&A
    David Hill
  • David Hill
  • Terrance, like Alex Jones, just can't seem to get enough people to listen tohim.
  • The film's stars.
  • Mysterious figure. Could he be someone powerful?
  • MacBride directing.

  • Miami sound machine, Dragon Sound, will lead the Chaos Reigns Karaoke Party.
  • Tim Burton's Frankenweenie is the motivation for the opening night Monster'sBall.
  • Nerds with mad skillz are invited to take part in the Nerd Rap Throw Down at theHighball.
  • Poster Art by: Mike Saputo

  • Poster
  • Constanza screaming during an exorcism ritual
  • Father Fortea
  • Director Fredrik Horn Akselsen and Fr. Fortea in the Judean desert
  • Father Fortea
  • Father Fortea preaching to an arena of followers
  • Fredrik, Christian Fortea
  • Constanza and her husband, Guillmero

  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt (c) with Paul Dano in new time-travel action flick, Looper.
  • Jean-Claude Van Damme stars with Dolph Lundgren in Universal Soldier: Day ofReckoning.
  • One of three Halloween houses featured in Michael Peter Stephenson's TheAmerican Scream.

  • Welcome to the Fantastic Arcade!
    Photo by: Michael Graupmann
  • Drafthouse programmer John Gross oversees the progress of Super Hexagon.
    Photo by: Michael Graupmann
  • Many games are best played on computer screens and seats are at a premium in thelaptop section.
    Photo by: Michael Graupmann

  • Austin PRIDE invites you to express yourself in whatever way makes the mostsense. Plus: the parade's at night this year!
    Photo by Michael Graupmann
  • Karaoke is a huge component of the Fantastic Fest after-parties. Costumes andalcohol make the experience more memorable, of course.
  • Julian Castro will be one of many keynote speakers at this year's Texas TribuneFestival.
    Courtesy photo

  • It's time for Halloween candy!
  • Forget Christmas lights it's all about the Halloween decorations.
  • It'sThe Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
  • Halloween cereals make their way back on the shelves.
    Photo by Michael Graupmann
  • One of my earliest influences of what was so right about Halloween: Elvira.
  • Nothing to hate about these adorable little monsters. Because costumes bring outthe best in everyone.
  • Well, maybe not EVERYONE.

  • Gagarazzi 2011 at The Highball
  • Music Movie Monday: Almost Famous at The Parish
  • ACL Reel Rarities B.B. King at The Alamo Ritz
  • EPIX Presents: Kevin Smith Live at The Paramount
  • Texas Performing Arts Presents: Crisol Danza Teatro
  • Tribeza Style Week: Tribeza Fashion Show at Bob Bullock Texas State HistoryMuseum

  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • The Innkeepers' is the scariest film I've ever seen in a movie theater and I'mthankful that I'm young and healthy enough to have total control of my bowels.It's rare to find a sweet, funny, character-driven movie that also has the powerto scare the hell out of you.
  • Sleep Tight
  • Director of The InnKeepers, Ti West, is here for a Q&A and when we leave thetheater, I shake his hand and awkwardly tell him so.

  • Rolling up signed posters at Fantastic Fest.
    Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Signed American Werewolf in London poster
    Photo by Jacob Hall
  • Fantastic Fest-goers anxiously await the next film.
    Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris

  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris
  • Photo by David Hill
  • Photo by David Hill
  • Photo by Michelle Manteris

  • National Talk Like A Pirate Day
  • ACLTV taping with Randy Newman
  • Spaceballs Quote-Along at Alamo Village
  • Tribeza Style Week 2nd Street District Boutique Crawl
  • Fantastic Fest at Alamo South Lamar

  • Fantastic Fest founder Tim League and Elijah Wood
    Photo by Jack Plunkett
  • Tim League and Elijah Wood take part in 'The Puppet Dance' during a FantasticFest Introduction event in Austin
    Photo by Jack Plunkett

  • Spoon Wars People
    Photo by Arnold Wells
  • filmmakers of short "Cost of Living": BenDavid Grabinski (writer/director), ShayWeiner (producer), Morgan Susser (DP)
    Photo by David Hill
  • Andrea Karr, Steve Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie
    Photo by Arnold Wells
  • 'Kill Me Please' director Olias Barco answers audience questions following ascreening of his film at Fantastic Fest in Austin
    Photo by Jack Plunkett
  • Fantastic Fest opening night party
    Photo by Jack Plunkett