Don't Be Lazy.
Currently, researchers at Clarkson University in New York are studying the link between air quality and paranormal sightings. Their hypothesis is that it might not actually be a ghost you just saw, just an illusion caused by a mild, mold-caused psychosis.
Pretty gross, right? Whether your house is haunted or just dirty, though, you probably don't want to spend more time there than you have to. Here's where we'd go if we were you. — Cory Graves
Skizzy Mars at Trees
Throughout high school, 20-year-old pop-punk fan Skizzy Mars toyed here and there with making raps. It wasn't until trying out his hand at sportswriting while working at a New York Knicks fan site, that he decided music was where he really wanted to focus all his energy. As he so eloquently put it: “SportsCenter don't get groupies.” Oh, to be young. — CG
Dengue Fever at Kessler Theater
Inspired by a trip to Cambodia, this Los Angeles-based six-piece really began to take shape once its founders discovered vocalist Chhom Nimol, a well-known Cambodian karaoke star that had recently decided to relocate to the States. In the past decade, the band's managed to succesfully combine American psych rock with Cambodian classic rock and, more often than not, lyrics sung in Khmer. Atash opens. — CG
WWE: Smackdown at American Airlines Center
Yeah, the stories may be scripted, the winners may be pre-determined, but not everything is fake. Some of the moves really are a bit painful for the wrestlers, which is good, because whether you admit it or not, there's a good chance you get a least somewhat of a kick out of watching others get hurt, despite how sadistic that may sound. — Carly Seitz
License to Kill at Alamo Drafthouse
There are 25 James Bond movies that have been made, with seven different actors who have played the titular character. Timothy Dalton, the star of License to Kill, only played the role in two of the films, but we love him nonetheless. Our favorite thing about this installation in the 007 franchise, though, is definitely its controversial nature, as it has significantly more violence than the 007 movies that came before it. — CS
Tuesday Night Trash: at Texas Theatre (Free)
Originally titled Killbots, 1986's Chopping Block is a campy horror flick centering around some high-tech robot security guards that are charged with watching over a mall, but wind up systematically murdering its employees instead. — CG
Smokey and the Bandit at Alamo Drafthouse
Despite having a long way to go and short time to get there, Burt “The Bandit” Reynolds is going to do what they said can't be done: He's illegally trucking a load of Coors from Texas to Atlanta. Wait, why is that a big deal again? — CG
Lip Sync Legends at So & So's
Even if you don't make it a regular habit to catch Jimmy Fallon's late-night talk show, you've surely seen video from one of his epic lip-sync battle segments the next morning on the interwebs. We can't promise that what you'll see at So & So's tonight will be quite as entertaining as Joseph Gordon Levitt mouthing along to Nicki Minaj's “Superbass,” but the first eight people to sign up for this lip sync battle will be eligible to win a $500 cash prize just the same. — CG
North Texas Universities Film Festival at Alamo Drafthouse
Tuesday night's film festival at the Alamo Drafthouse features students' work from UNT, SMU and UT Arlington. You thought shit got real between the schools' sports teams? Nah, this is where we'll really see which school's the best. — CS
To find out what else is going on today, this week and beyond, check out our events page.