FF2012: Friday Morning Server Error!

Today's screenings not actually sold out

Fantastic Fail!
Fantastic Fail!

If you're one of the, um, lots of folks who hopped online early this morning to reserve your Fantastic Fest tix only to discover everything already sold out...surprise! It's a server error. Get thee to the South Alamo box office pronto!

As of 30 minutes ago there were plenty of tix left for a variety of screenings today and pretty much zero line. The line is probably a quarter mile long by now, but at least if you're there you won't have to shriek and bang your head against the wall in the horrifically echoing silence of your own mind. Right? Right. Get to it!

Here's what the FF2012 Facebook page has to say about the situation: "We're working on the server error - we're very sorry about the inconvenience. If it looks like every screening is sold out, just head to the box office and we'll take care of you. We'll address the ticketing error before tomorrow - apologies!"

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