Barnes Cinema

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Barnes Cinema
--Sister Katie (talk) 20:01, 3 March 2020 (UTC)
Barnes Cinema

Hollomstown [69, 97]

the Porter Building Twitt Place the Appelby Building
(Danversbank)
Adolphy Drive Barnes Cinema wasteland
(Danversbank)
Cowell Row School Parker Square Kirkland Cinema
(Danversbank)

Basic Info:

  • Cinemas are "shrouded in darkness" when unpowered.
  • Cinemas are Dark buildings.
  • In the presence of a fuelled portable generator, a Cinema's flavor text will change to one of the following:
    • "…a black-and-white drama film still looping silently on its main screen."
    • "…a recent horror film still looping silently on its main screen."
    • "…an old horror film still looping silently on its main screen."
    • "…a black-and-white documentary film still looping silently on its main screen."
    • "…a recent drama film still looping silently on its main screen."
    • "…a dramatic science-fiction film still looping silently on its main screen."
    • "…a black-and-white science-fiction film playing on its main screen."

Barnes Cinema

Description

The Barnes Cinema was built with one thing in mind: art in its purest form. Sporting a strange building design with odd color patterns it has drawn much attention since it was first opened on December 24, 1992. It had developed a bit of a rivalry with the nearby Kirkland Cinema, though this quickly stopped being an issue when zombies began replacing everyone who showed up for the midnight screening of a local indie film. Many survivours continue to visit from time to time to grab a quick bit of entertainment before moving on to one of the nearby hospitals.

History

Barricade Policy

Current Status



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