Well, James Rocchi and I were supposed to be on our way to the airport, but instead we just rechecked into the Yarrow, thanks to blizzard conditions here in Park City closing the highway to the airport. I'm probably the person from our Sundance team who most loves seeing and playing in the snow here in Park City, but at this point I'm just ready to go home and not see snow for another year. The storm has been raging all day, with strong winds blowing the snow around and making conditions so bad that we actually ate lunch at the hotel rather than walking in the storm. Even the snowplows were having a hard time getting through.

We're going to hole up in the hotel and get some writing done tonight, and maybe have a drink by the fire at the Yarrow Bar. I expect the bar won't be quite as hopping tonight as it was during Sundance, when Tarantino and various other filmmakers were here hanging out -- Sundance is gone, and a convention of surgical pathologists has taken over the hotel. You never know, though, those pathologists might be wild and crazy.

Hopefully the weather will clear by tonight and our 6AM shuttle will be able to get us to the airport and get us home.\ More reviews and interviews are forthcoming; in the meantime, some pics of the blizzard after the jump ...