I decided to kick off October by watching 'The Exorcist' I watched it alone and I was not scared, I was not sure if I have seen it too many times or if I have become desensitized by modern horror movies.
All the buzz about Guns & Roses getting back together, made me want to be a part of it, so I started watching some old G & R music videos, and I found that I am still confused about what is going on in the "November Rain" video.
Although the video won a award for "Best Cinematography" and is one of the most expensive music videos of all time, it makes absolutely no sens
Early today I mentioned that I only go to the movie theater to see movies that are worth seeing at the theater. Last movie I saw was "The Hobbit: Battle of the 5 armies." I thought that I had nothing to look forward to seeing in the theater for a while. I am a DC comics fan and the future does not look to good. Then I remembered the new "Star Wars" movie, now I am excited again
On The Free Beer & Hot Wings Morning Show the guys just talked about movies hitting the theater this weekend. "Taken 3" Seems to be the hot ticket, because people can not get enough of Liam Neeson beating things up: People, Battle Droids, Nature.
Did I mention I do Stand-Up Comedy? This is my equivalent to a end of the year review, however I will be giving my actual end of the year review set tomorrow at Everydays in Albany. This is my more Christmas themed version. Oh and it is definitely NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
A Christmas Story is my favorite holiday movie, but, that does not mean that I have some questions and concerns. Like, have you ever listened closely or put the captions on just so you can try and understand what the father is saying when he is wrestling with the furnace and ask yourself "What is a Monday Noodle?"
Last night I saw "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" for my wife's birthday. As soon as we had left the theater, our friends began voicing their complaints and grievances regarding the movie.