I hesitate to tell people who I work for outside of this esteemed website simply for the fact that when they find out, they tend to ask me questions I am not really comfortable answering outside of work. So from now on, I will simply say, “No, I will not fix your computer or smartphone.” Read the rest of this entry
You know that cool go-kart racetrack on Washington Ave, in the Crossgates Commons? If you’ve never been there, you won’t get the chance ever again because it closed without notice. Their location in Poughkeepsie also closed up. And to make things worse, their former employee’s paychecks are bouncing. Read the rest of this entry
Halloween classics on the big screen? Yes, please. If you’re a horror movie fan, you’ll want to make your way up to the Malta Drive-In this weekend. Not only is the theatre still open, but they’re offering some of the all-time great Halloween films on both screens! Is there a better place to get spooked than outside, in the dark?! Check out the schedule!
Who is the scariest horror movie villain of all-time? We asked you earlier this week, when we lined up four of the worst evildoers known, to settle an annual Halloween debate! In round one, your votes determined that Freddy Krueger spooks you more than Michael Myers, Dracula and Chucky. Who will A Nightmare on Elm Street’s slasher face next week in the finals of the X-Jock Villain Vote? Take a look at the four monsters in round two! Read the rest of this entry
Anytime either DC or Marvel makes a move, the other one has to come back with something else. Marvel’s answer to DC announcing all of its films through 2020 was answered by Marvel with their trailer for “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” Now the big question is – when do we see a trailer for DC’s next big project? Read the rest of this entry
With the official trailer for “Avengers: Age of Ultron” being released by Marvel yesterday we know a little bit more about what we can expect when the movie hits theaters in May 2015. Read the rest of this entry
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. When I think about Thanksgiving my stomach starts to growl. I love the turkey, the stuffing is my favorite, and my mom’s homemade mashed potatoes and gravy. Not to mention the corn pudding that I make every year. Just writing this I am anticipating the food and the time with my family. However – I work retail as my part-time job. What does that mean? I have a limited amount of time with my family on Thanksgiving. Why? Because the store I work at is opening at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving evening to start it’s Black Friday run. So I will have to be in at 5 p.m. to work.
Ian McKellen has played many roles on both the stage and in film. However to most, he is known for two of his larger roles. One of those being Magneto in the X-Men franchise, and Gandalf in the “Lord of the Rings” and “Hobbit” trilogies. Read the rest of this entry
Marty McFly would be stoked. Read the rest of this entry