Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Austin, Day 7

We stayed up till 5.30am last night, and I was going to skip the Texas Chainsaw outing today - but the vans turned up at 11.30, and I was ordered to come along. You never leave a man behind. So we went to the Texas Chainsaw house, the original one from the original movie. It's kind of creepy, but has been cleaned up and pretty much looks like a normal, nice house. Unless you take it from a CRAZY SPOOKY ANGLE:

And then, surprise surprise, just to make a change, we all went and had some meat. Another barbecue place, where they have big boxes full of meat and sauce, and you eat your own weight in food. It was really, really tasty, but again, we just felt ill and full up after, even though we barely ate any. Here's Scott from eFilmCritic (our new new new best friend) having a heart attack:

After that, there was a wine tasting at a Texas vineyard, which was really good stuff. I had no idea they made wine in this state, and it was excellent. And they had very silly dogs who kept running around and standing up:

We got back late, so there wasn't time to do interviews with Lucky and Angela before their screening, so we'll do an email one with them when we get back, so we can give them plenty of room. Back to the house for some beers, then off to see Blood Trails. I've decided never to publicly slag off anyone's movie again, because we're all part of the international brotherhood of film, or something, so I'm not going to say anything about that one. But I didn't like it. After that we saw Sean Hogan's movie, the other guy who came over with us - Lie Still. It's a really effective, Japanese-style spooky horror, understated and cool, and really creeped me out. Nice! We were all flaking out by that stage, so it was back to the house for more booze and smoking, A relatively early night was had at about 3 or 4am. Tomorrow, we're hoping to do something incredibly fucking cool - if it happens, it'll be the most exciting thing ever...

2 comments:

Amanda said...

Performing dogs whilst you eat? Only in America.

soulmining said...

You're never coming home again are you...

The good people of Austin seem to like their meat then...