August 27th, 2018.
The premiere for 'Black Site' had finished only moments earlier (or was by some estimation still going, I just stopped photographing it), when the buildup to the next, slightly more perplexed and confused (I'm talking about myself here) premiere started.
Here's how it.... I think.... went down. Kind of.
Is that.... about it? I guess it is.
So... that was a short journal, but it was a premiere... nay, a WORLD PREMIERE. And I don't say No to world premieres (unless they're Disney/Marvel World Premieres, where the barbed wire, armed guards and gun turrets are a particularly specific form of invitation to say 'No'). It was a fun FrightFest... even though I was possibly barely welcome, I did buy <checks> five soundtracks from various stalls, bought a ticket to a screening (which I LOVED) and even bought a Pepsi and Popcorn from the Cineworld refreshment bar. I did my part. Not a big part... but a part.
Until next time!
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