I, along with all of Huntington it seemed like, gathered at Pullman Square some time this weekend to see Saw III. The lines were crowded with people pouring in to see one of the most disgusting movies I have ever seen -- I loved it!
There were more cool little gadgets for the victims to wake up in, more games, more blood and an even bigger twist at the end. But I guess that would be fit for the Twisted Pictures production. It's a must see.
As for the food and the experience I had at Pullman. That is another story.
I usually have a good time at Pullman, and this visit was not exception. However, my first incident was when I was just about to get in the theater to take a seat, the guy looks at my ticket and said that I had a 9:30 p.m. ticket and I was in the 10 p.m. line. He asked me to go back to the ticket office and get another ticket for 10 p.m. I was upset, but because a nice man let me in front of him in the ticket line, I wasn't that mad.
So then, I go sit down and realize that my hot dog is so hard that my teeth were literally stuck in the bread. (How does one's teeth get stuck in bread? I don't understand.) So now I'm very irate. I had to leave my seat only to return and find that the hard hot dog had been replaced by one that I could chew, but was still just as disgusting as the movie I was eager to watch. Save your $3 on hot dogs at Pullman and stick to with the nachos.