AMC Classic Granite Run 8
1067 W. Baltimore Pike,
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Previously operated by: AMC Theatres
Previous Names: AMC Granite Run 8
- Pastime Theatre
- Media Theatre for the Perfo...
- Eric Twin Theatre
- Regal Edgmont Square 10
- AMC Marple 10
News About This Theater
The AMC Granite Run 8 was west of Philadelphia in the suburb of Delaware County. It was located at the Route 1 side of the Granite Run Mall, just south of Media. It opened on December 12, 1986. The auditoriums were not stadium seated, but did have digital sound. In 1997, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the theatre had a seating capacity for 1,991.
In 2014, it was announced that the mall would be demolished with new retail space replacing it, and a new multiplex replacing this one. It was closed on March 16, 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic. It was announced in November 2020 that the closure would be permanent and it was demolished in 2021.
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Recent comments (view all 20 comments)
I remember seeing"Ghost “ there in summer of 90, and this guy drove up in his truck right up to doors all rude and parked his truck there with his radio balring; not a care in the world.
So many fights in the parking lot. surprised they didn’t have cop on duty at all times…
The whole Granite Run mall is being demolished? It as a great mall. I went to the theater twice, once in 1991 to see The Prince Of Tides and in 2007 to see Harry Potter. It was always a great neighborhood.
This theatre is now called AMC Classic Granite Run 8 Theatre
I’ll be in town Sat-next Wed I may have to come back to this theater.
Please update: This theatre is permanently closed
Opened On December 12, 1986.
I thought AMC was going to build a new theater inside the new mall
This theatre should now be listed as “Demolished”
Grand opening ad posted.