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This theater was part of GKC theaters before they sold out to Carmike
This theater had been closed for years. it is now a restaurant / nightclub. Please update
This theater and its sister theater Berlin 12 in Ct. are now under the management of Picture Show Entertainment
Finally some work is being done.
Car: That Was The Hylan Twin
A nice article
Howard Stern’s movie theater growing up
Thanks Mike (saps).
Seth: Where is the Cinemex theater?
That is good news.
He is an article about the prolong rehabilitation of the middlebrook
This theater has 6 screens
The interior decor was done over the summer.Look like a brand new cinema.
I’ve heard that the new operator is David Vivian, operator of the Darian Playhouse in Ct. , and the West Hampton Arts Twin
This is the theatre’s website http://www.bribiemovies.com.au/
This is the theater’s website http://www.empiretheaterblockisland.com/
One thing I noticed. there’s no mention nor any poster of movies playing throughout the theater. If you enter the complex the restaurant is on the left . The escalator is in the middle and the box office on the right. If you eat/drink at the restaurant , you can bring your drinks up to the theaters.
Can someone tell me , if IPic has any interest in Westchester cty. that the former Sundance cinemas had before they being brought out by Carmike
This theater is closed for renovations. It will reopen on or about November 4, 2016 with reserved seating, luxury recliner seats, new restrooms, new concession stand,self-serve Coca-Cola freestyle machines
I wonder that Cinegrand did not proper funded the renovations ,and ran out of money
Dennis: I’ve checked the theater’s website and it still showing films .Not American film but Bollywood and other Asian films
Just past by the theater and it is nothing but an empty field.
John,I think I think both theaters open roughly the same time
The last owners was an outfit called Queen City theaters . The also manage the Ridgewood theater and Jackson Hgts. theaters
You are right Optimist but it is only in the planning stage Here is the article: http://www.ctpost.com/business/article/Showcase-Cinemas-gets-permission-to-sell-alcohol-8341898.php
But Robboehm, Bowtie is a stronger company