Regal Cinemas West Manchester 13

1800 Loucks Road,
York, PA 17404

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BingSHB on January 7, 2016 at 2:32 pm

I believe most of the renovations to the theater are now complete. They lost about 2/3 of the seating with the switch to the king-size recliners. The inside area in front of the theater is now the last remaining part of the old mall. The exterior also looks different as the marquee was taken down. All the changes are very nice, but Regal still insists on 20 minutes of previews.

The actual mall – now called West Manchester Town Center – has gotten some new restaurants, new stores and more coming this year.

greenth1ng on September 1, 2015 at 9:37 am

New seating capacities at this theater following the installation of Regal’s new “king-size” recliners (via Fandango’s reserved seating service):

•Theater 1 – 132 seats

•Theaters 2 & 3 – 73 seats

•Theater 4 – 49 seats

•Theater 5 – 51 seats

•Theater 6 – 50 seats

•Theaters 7 & 13 – 39 seats

•Theater 8 – 62 seats

•Theater 9 – 79 seats

•Theaters 10, 11, & 12 – 70 seats

BTW, the name of the theater is Regal Cinemas West Manchester 13, just to let everyone know.

Daniel Garrett Irwin
Daniel Garrett Irwin on April 20, 2013 at 9:13 pm

While they’re renovating, I do hope they improve both the food and staff better.

BingSHB on April 16, 2013 at 4:59 pm

The mall is being completely made over into an “open air mall” sometime in the near future. The theater will stay and will be having some renovations. (The largest theater actually got new seats at the start of last summer.) Hopefully, it’s a real IMAX they put in and not another fake one.

Frank Theaters stealing a good portion of their business has led to at least one good thing: they get a lot more indie stuff. It was the only place in York to see The Artist, Bully, Moonrise Kingdom, Celeste and Jesse Forever, Beasts of the Southern Wild, To Rome With Love, The Sessions, Quartet and various others. They also seem to be getting more Christian-aimed movies. Not really my thing, but I’m sure they do okay in the area.

Daniel Garrett Irwin
Daniel Garrett Irwin on February 15, 2013 at 7:57 pm

Guess what? They just opened an IMAX screen before the weekend. At Frank’s on S. Queen St. They said it’s a marvel.

57thst on February 4, 2013 at 9:26 am

I can confirm that the theater is staying and being renovated to include and IMAX screen

Daniel Garrett Irwin
Daniel Garrett Irwin on December 24, 2012 at 3:35 pm

They are likely to keep the theater. But in order to keep it in touch, they will have to upgrade (and/or renovate) it soon.

57thst on December 21, 2012 at 12:35 pm

It hasn’t been officially announced yet but this mall is coming down in February of 2013. Not sure what will happen to the theater yet.

57thst on July 10, 2012 at 8:03 pm

I know theater 1 is the biggest screen in the place. I think they get smaller as the numbers get higher. I just saw Brave with my daughter here last week in theater #12 and it was small.

John Simmers
John Simmers on July 10, 2012 at 6:02 pm

Actually, the screens in the auditoriums we were in had large screens and good sound. Gotta have that so you can subject your patrons to six trailers for movies they would never want to see plus 4 or 5 commercials. Two things annoyed me: The showtime was 7 o'clock, but the actual movie didn’t start until 7:20, thanks to the trailers and commercials. Second: We went to see one of the Star Trek movies two weeks after the theater opened, brand-new. And guess what. The entire print was scratched from start to finish. There’s just no excuse for that. None.

57thst on July 10, 2012 at 12:36 pm

Nothing spectacular here, small screens and soulless. This is in a dead mall and business is way down since Franks opened across town. This theater opened in 1998 or 1999 i believe. It may be the only thing that keeps this mall open.