Media Consumption

Middle of Nowhere…

They say if you want to see Episode II they way that Lucas meant for you to see it, you need to see it at a theater that is using Digital Projection. So I checked out the Digital Projection Theater Listing and while I’m not surprised that Plano, Texas is on the list (Dallas/Ft. Worth), I find it absolutely hysterical that Big Spring, Texas is the only other city in Texas listed. For the most part, Big Spring is in the middle of nowhere. Inbetween Abilene and Midland, out in West Texas. (About 8 hours from Houston.) If you look it up on a map it’s pretty obvious that it’s not one of the major Texas cities. But I’ll be damned, they have digital projection!

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

12 replies on “Middle of Nowhere…”

there’s a digital projection theater about 5 mins from my house… now, i’ve already seen it on film, so after i see it again this weekend, i’ll be able to tell you the difference…. woo hoo

I wanna be like Mikey, so I’m gonna see the digital version in San Francisco tomorrow and compare it to the film version I saw opening night. Life is good when you’re spoiled.

I live In Big Spring It sucks it so small and theres nothing to do but school then go to work …. Im just glad I have High speed internet here :p Yay Final Fantasy XI online my only connection to the outside world of not Big Spring

wow, i had no idea. i am from Big Spring and found this page randomly on a google search. they have to have movie options cause there isn’t much to do there anyway. i remember mtv was banned from cable there cause of maddona videos. i do recall wanting to go see the movie “dogma” which is a spoof on catholisism, but of course that was boycotted too. everyone i knew in highschool is now either married w/ kids still stuck in west texas, in iraq killing themselves to keep the rich richer, on drugs, or like me, moved as far away as possible.

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