Fantastic Fest

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Shoot 'Em Up.... with live human targets: Aug. 30!

New Line Cinema, Fantastic Fest and Ain't It Cool News present:
Shoot Em Up! Sneak preview with live human target afterparty!
Director Michael Davis live in person!
Alamo Drafthouse Village
Thursday, August 30, 2007 7:00 PM

The Movie:
A gritty, fast-paced action thriller, Shoot 'Em Up kicks into high gear with a memorable opening scene and never relents. Clive Owen stars as Mr. Smith, a mysterious loner who teams up with an unlikely ally (Monica Belluci) to protect a newborn baby from a determined criminal (Paul Giamatti) who hunts them throughout the bowels of the city.

The Event:

I don't know about you folks, but after watching this level of relentless ballistic fury, there's only one thing that can cap off the evening correctly: tipping back a few beers and unleashing a few rounds at a live target.

Join us after the screening for the "live human target" afterparty. Successfully shoot the live human target (with paintball rounds) and win fabulous prizes. Everyone at the screening will have a chance to shoot at three live human targets who will be heckling your abilities while trying to avoid your fire. The human targets will also be tossing around a baby. Shoot the baby for a chance at the grand prize! (Note, targets will be live humans, but in the interest of safety, the baby will not be alive).

Tickets are available on a first come/first serve basis to Fantastic Fest badge holders. Tickets are free, but you can reserve your seat by prepurchasing a food and drink voucher at the Alamo Website. If there are still tickets available, they will be made available to the general public on Wednesday, August 29.

Fantastic Fest is an 8 day Film Festival co-presented by Ain't It Cool News and held at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar in Austin, Texas. Fantastic Fest boasts a lineup of 60 features and 40 shorts: all action, crime, sci-fi, fantasy, horror, Asian and all-around badass cinema. Festival passes are on sale now at the Fantastic Fest website.


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