Frederick Cinema

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Frederick Cinema
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Danger Updater MDUDC 16:44, 11 February 2019 (UTC)
Frederick Cinema

Wykewood [14,70]

Riglar Road
(Mornington)
Glister Crescent
(Mornington)
Becket Lane
(Mornington)
Massey Drive Railway Station Frederick Cinema a carpark
a factory the Smithfield Arms Maul Walk

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."

Description

An elegant building which has seen better days. The interior is to die for - literally in some cases.

History

Once an elegant theatre, owned by auteur and director Frederick Fopp, Frederick's fell into disuse in the early twentieth century until it was renovated for use for 'moving pictures'. In the latter decades of its existence it was one of Malton's notable arthouse cinemas, and was highly popular with trend-setting Wykewood youth who would combine a challenging afternoon of artisanal ax-shopping with a trip to 'Freddy's' and a few pints of microbrew at The Smithfield Arms.

Barricade Policy

Current Status

Warning: may still be haunted by hipster d-bags.



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