Good behaviour

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Good behaviour

Post by AdeBrown » Tue Aug 30, 2011 5:26 pm

The fact that so many of the film makers stick around and chat must be down to Frightfest attracting such charming people (by a vast majority).
Not bad for a horror fest!

We'd just like to say how friendly everyone was, how helpful the staff and volunteers were, how splendid the pub around the corner was for general chatting about what we'd seen, and a special shout out to the excellent folks around our seats (CC48 & 49).
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Re: Good behaviour

Post by plushroom » Tue Aug 30, 2011 5:45 pm

I found that other than the single ticket walk-ins for Tucker & Dale who I already mentioned everyone near my seat on Friday was lovely (I was in O43) so if any of you were around the girl on her own with the pink hair, thanks for chatting with me, I had a great time talking to you all.

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Re: Good behaviour

Post by Lou_Roll » Tue Aug 30, 2011 6:12 pm

I do not believe the other thread references everyone as being badly behaved.
MI5 messed with my salad.
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Re: Good behaviour

Post by AdeBrown » Tue Aug 30, 2011 7:16 pm

Lou_Roll wrote:I do not believe the other thread references everyone as being badly behaved.
Sorry that you feel the need to be defensive here, Lou, but having a thread to celebrate the good behaviour hardly seems to contradict any comments that might have been made about bad behaviour of a few.

There were 1400 people there at capacity, it hardly needs a stretch of imagination to consider the majority.

Back on subject, I even enjoyed the French Lady's questions this year.
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Post by Maniacal » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:21 pm

plushroom wrote:I found that other than the single ticket walk-ins for Tucker & Dale who I already mentioned everyone near my seat on Friday was lovely (I was in O43) so if any of you were around the girl on her own with the pink hair, thanks for chatting with me, I had a great time talking to you all.
The uber pinkyness was you? Your hair made me crave pink Bon Bons all weekend! (Please don't take offense, in no way is your head extremly spherical or covered in pink powder.)
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Re: Good behaviour

Post by Lou_Roll » Tue Aug 30, 2011 8:40 pm

No, not defensive, merely adding the point that evidently not everyone was badly behaved.
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Re: Good behaviour

Post by plushroom » Wed Aug 31, 2011 4:56 pm

Maniacal wrote:The uber pinkyness was you? Your hair made me crave pink Bon Bons all weekend! (Please don't take offense, in no way is your head extremly spherical or covered in pink powder.)
That was meeee! Bright pink and wandering about all friday with enough caffeine in my veins to propel myself to the moon! :)

I'll bring pink bon bons next time don't worry, then it'll be okay!

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Re: Good behaviour

Post by Maniacal » Wed Aug 31, 2011 5:00 pm

You bring the pink Bon Bons and I'll bring the Toffe Crumble!
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Re: Good behaviour

Post by plushroom » Wed Aug 31, 2011 5:00 pm

Maniacal wrote:You bring the pink Bon Bons and I'll bring the Toffe Crumble!

Awesome!

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Re: Good behaviour

Post by Eddie Krueger » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:59 pm

My mate and I were in seats M19 and M20 - lots of FF love to the great couple (American girl and her other half) to our right and also the guy to my left - all were great company throughout.

I didn't see a single mobile phone during screenings, people were quiet and I really felt the FF vibe.

Thanks to everyone for making it so much fun. :D

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Re: Good behaviour

Post by mamawaldi » Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:48 pm

Yeah, I was in Row O for Sunday and Monday (right side then left respectively) and can have absolutely no complaints ! Another very enjoyable couple of days !

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Re: Good behaviour

Post by Satans Puppy » Thu Sep 08, 2011 12:29 pm

I loved everyone in Row C, D and E.... no really I did, I think some may still be unconcious from the knockout gas I used...

:)

Great atmosphere down round my seat, I'm pretty sure it was down to me and my Wookie(e) but I'm not going to dismiss those around me but I totally believe it was down to me :)
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