If you’ve listened to any of the Mediafile Podcasts with me on them, you’ll notice that we mention a lot that I am not from Rhode Island/New England. This is strange for anyone living in New England as they mostly don’t seem to notice that there’s a world outside of their corner. (Sorry, guys, I gotta get my jokes in where I can…)
The thing about being from the South is that yeah, people tend to be a little more narrow-minded when it comes to, well, everything. That’s okay though because there are also some amazing people from the South, too.
Alright so I am probably the only person on the planet who is really, seriously confused about what’s going on with Game of Thrones. With the end of season four and my finally watching it last night…. uh…. what?
So, I’ve always, always, always been a huge Rocky Horror fan. Ever since I was little. I remember the Rocky Horror birthday party I had, all the collectible action figures I displayed proudly in a glass case, and the fact that my goal in life for some time was to own a gold bowler hat and to wear it, well, everywhere. However, growing up in Arkansas, as well as the fact that I was too scared to go by myself, I had never gone to a live Rocky Horror show before. Not until last night.
If you can picture me laying under this poster as a kid, contemplating how amazing Frank Miller’s originalSin City adaptation was, you can imagine my face when I got to see the newest trailer released for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. Usually I try not to watch trailers so I can be surprised, but I couldn’t help myself.