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The Evil Dead

The Moolah brings the original, 1981-vintage The Evil Dead back to the big screen for two late nights of drink specials, trivia and gory mayhem. Sam Raimi's cult flick proves that hanging with your buds in the woods can be a chilling experience, especially if you inadvertently unleash some nasty demons with a taste for human flesh. This feast of torn bodies and spurting blood stars Bruce Campbell as Ash Williams, the wisecracking, shotgun-toting protagonist who learns the hard way that possession is more than nine-tenths of the law. Facing personal demons has never been this much fun. Screenings take place at midnight on Friday and Saturday (October 9 and 10) at the Moolah Theatre & Lounge (3821 Lindell Boulevard; 314-446-6806 or Admission is $5, and you must be at least eighteen years old to enter.

— Rob Levy

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