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ARMY OF DARKNESS in High Definition!...

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Sam Raimi’s camp/horror classic, Army of Darkness will play at Living Room as a special Halloween engagement October 29 – November 5!

The third in director Sam Raimi (Spiderman, Drag Me To Hell)’s stylish, comic book-like horror trilogy that began with The Evil Dead, this tongue-in-cheek sequel offers equal parts sword-and-sorcery-style action, gore, and comedy. Bruce Campbell returns as the one-armed Ash, now a supermarket employee (“Shop Smart…Shop S-Mart”) who is transported by the powers of a mysterious book back in time with his Oldsmobile ’88 to the 14th century medieval era. Armed only with a shotgun, his high school chemistry textbook, and a chainsaw that mounts where his missing appendage once resided, the square-jawed, brutally competent Ash quickly establishes himself as a besieged kingdom’s best hope against an “army of darkness” currently plaguing the land. Since the skeleton warriors have been resurrected with the aid of the Necronomicon (the same tome that can send Ash back to his own time) he agrees to face the enemy in battle. Ash also finds romance of a sort along the way with a beautiful damsel in distress, Sheila (Embeth Davidtz), and contends with his own doppelganger after mangling an important incantation.

Thrive: A Sustainability Film Series...

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Living Room Theaters Presents Thrive: A Sustainability Film Series. Beginning October 16! Over the next few months Living Room is showcasing four documentaries dealing with sustainability.

The series begins October 16 with EARTH DAYS, a look back to the dawn and development of the modern environmental movement—from its post-war rustlings in the 1950s and the 1962 publication of Rachel Carson’s incendiary bestseller Silent Spring, to the first wildly successful 1970 Earth Day celebration and the subsequent firestorm of political action. Next up is FUEL, which begins October 30. FUEL looks at the connections between the auto industry, the oil industry and the government, while exploring alternative energies such as solar, wind, electricity and non-food-based biofuels. THE END OF THE LINE begins November 20. The film examines the devastating affects of overfishing the worlds oceans. The series concludes with THE END OF POVERTY? on December 4. The film explores the causes and some solutions to global poverty.