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21 and Over: Holiday Edition, at Gateway Film Center

December 20th, 2018

Experience movie night at Gateway Film Center like never before! Gateway Film Center (1550 N High St. Columbus) presents 21 and Over: Holiday Edition this Friday Dec 21 and next Friday Dec 28. For only $21 ($15 for myGFC members) you will receive admission to the 21-seat screening room and 1 drink ticket to private in-theater bar, while enjoying some of the best holiday classics. Friday Dec 21 at 9:30 p.m., catch a screening of Gremlins. Miniature green monsters tear through the small town of Kingston Falls. Hijinks ensue as a mild-mannered bank teller releases these hideous loonies after gaining... Read More

Reelin’ & Rockin’ with The Who

September 2nd, 2018

Gateway Film’s monthly rock film series is happening this week! In partnership with CD102.5, the monthly rock film series Reelin’ & Rockin’ returns to the Big Room Bar (1036 S Front St. Columbus) with The Kids are Alright, this Tuesday Sep 4. The Kids are Alright is self-mocking, guitar-smashing documentary of English rock legends, The Who. This pioneering rock music documentary combines promotional footage, television appearances, and production crew and fan-shot footage of rock legends The Who on tour, in the studio, and in their daily lives from 1964 until just before drummer... Read More

Should You Judge Someone On Whether They Like Nickelback?

June 27th, 2018

There’s a scene in Nick Hornby’s “High Fidelity” where the lead character, played by John Cusack, asks whether or not it’s fair to judge people largely on their music tastes. So, is it? What kind of music do you like? Who are your favorite singers? What’s your favorite song? When I was younger, particularly in high school and early college, I was inclined to judge potential friends and girlfriends in large part on their musical and pop-culture tastes. Yes, I was an entertainment snob. Hard to believe, I know. In comparing preferences in music, TV shows, movies, and books, I felt... Read More