Highball

Machine Gun Woman

It’s September again, kiddies, and by this point we shouldn’t even have to remind you what that means. Don’t recall? We’ll give you a hint, it rhymes with “Fantastic Fest.” Over the years, it’s been my great honor to be a part of the Film School Rejects Fantastic Fest Death Squad. Years ago, seems nearer to a century, I was charged with whipping a ragtag group of noobs into shape for their very first fest; giving them a series of tips and tricks as to how to handle the grueling eight-day geek gauntlet. To my delight, and frankly my utter shock, we lost not one man that year. The Death Squad’s sophomore outing presented new challenges for the now novice crew. Yet with a little help from a second batch of advice, we were once again victorious. It’s been two years since that second assault, and the squadron has settled into comfortable ease with Fantastic Fest’s demanding grind. They now navigate the week as seasoned veterans. However, there are advisements that even a veteran would do well to heed. Even if you similarly count yourself in this old salt category, you too may find merit in these prescriptions.

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If you live in Austin, or don’t mind high gas prices, come join the Reject crew on Tuesday evening (7/5) at or around 6:30 CST while we set up a table in a dark corner and record Reject Radio. Not sold? What if we told you that dark corner was in the world famous Highball? What? We already told you that in the headline? Sorry, we have no idea what we’re doing. Drinks will be sold by the glassful, good times will be had by all, and a mostly legitimate movie podcast will be recorded featuring the dulcet tones of Alamo Drafthouse founder Tim League. Plus, we’ll have a few special guests and a surprise for Mr. League that will either draw a spit take or a cheer of sheer childlike joy. Or both. So come hang out with us. There will be booze (for you to buy) and bowling to do.

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