Gods and Monsters ...

... and aliens and abductors and much, much more at Fantastic Fest

Gods and Monsters ...

FF 2011: Stuff You Should Know

Fantastic Fest 2011 runs Sept. 22-29, with a lineup of more than 100 films that specialize in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action, and other genre-oriented kicks. All film screenings take place at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar (1120 S. Lamar). Individual tickets will be available the day of screening for select shows – details will be posted daily at www.fantasticfest.com. The Fantastic Fest Arcade, held next door at the HighBall (1142 S. Lamar), runs every day from 11am to 8pm and is free and open to the public.

The Chronicle's Screens team will be posting, tweeting, and generally freaking out throughout the fest. Find us at austinchronicle.com/fantastic-fest and @ACScreens.

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