Film director (using the term in the loosest sense) Uwe Boll is getting his very own film festival this Wednesday at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles. In addition to showing off Boll's previous "works", the event will feature the "world premiere" of the Far Cry movie. I'm not sure how this qualifies as a world premiere since the movie was already released in Germany. Then again, I'm not sure how most of Boll's products qualify as movies. According to the Downtown Independent's site:
"That's right -- the notorious director is getting a retrospective at the DI... includes screenings of Bloodrayne 1 & 2, Alone in the Dark, Postal, and many others... culminates in the premiere of his latest epic -- the Vietnam War set TUNNELRATS... filmmaker himself will be in attendance."
If anyone happens to be attending the event, it might be a good idea to bring a few bushels of rotten tomatoes. I'm not telling you to actually bring them (or actually throw them at Boll). I'm just saying that it might be a good idea.