So what did I do?
I saw Evil Dead.
Everyone seems to have different opinions of this movie. I love horror movies, so if you tell me to go see one, I will. But I'm also extremely critical of them. I find that horror movies, as of late, all seem to be lacking something. Something that makes them actually scary (with the exception of Insidious. That movie scared the crap out of me. I loved it).
For me, Evil Dead was lacking something. Maybe it's because the acting of the main character, David, was so poorly done that I really couldn't get into the movie. There were a lot of inconsistencies as well. Ex. One moment, while they're outside, it's raining. The next moment it stops raining. The next moment it's raining again. Um, what?
There were just too many things that were too far fetched for me.
Having a bunch of 16-year-old girls behind me screaming - and I mean screaming - at every little thing, didn't help either (FYI, this an 18A movie).
If you like gore and the occasional scary scene, then ignore my criticism and go see it. It's not that bad.
Other than seeing Evil Dead, and going out for drinks, I spent the weekend doing chores.
|That's not water. Can anyone guess what it is?|
Also discovered that the gym I go to, Goodlife, bought over another gym, Extreme Fitness. Checked out one location. Here's what's sweet about it:
- it's four floors
- has a whirlpool
- has curling irons and flat irons in the women's change room
- has a lounge area in the change room
- has basketball and squash courts
- it's a got a juice bar
- it has free wifi
Seriously, pretty sweet. I don't know any Goodlife locations that have any of that.
Downside? Old equipment and everything is all over the place.
Hope everyone had a great weekend!