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This dazzling movie palace was built in the early 20th century. Italian marble and elegantly painted murals fill the interior. A balcony and theater boxes overlook the auditorium below and on Saturday evenings, a Wurlitzer organ, which once accompanied silent movies, is played. The audience can sing along; the words are displayed on the screen. The staff dresses in 1920s clothing. Second-run movies are shown here daily. The Byrd also features Saturday midnight movies for really low prices. The Byrd also hosts special movie events like a Halloween screening of Nosferatu with a live band accompanying the silent film.
Catch all the latest releases from Hollywood at the iconic Movieland at Boulevard Square. A theater that blends vintage and modern cinema, viewers are treated to a unique film-viewing experience at Movieland. Its 17 screens boast state-of-the-art audio and projection, stadium seating and cozy seats, that make movie-viewing a joy. There is also an on-site refreshments stand, from where you can purchase your popcorn, snacks and drinks before the movie.
Don't have time for a dinner and a movie? Then visit CinéBistro at Stony Point, where you can do both at once. Have food and cocktails served to you before the movie even starts. From delectable dishes such as the Philly cheese steak and sweet potato fries to movie snacks such as richly buttered popcorn (served in a stylish ceramic dish, no less), this movie bistro has got your entertainment and hunger covered. Enjoy a movie and meal with your date and luxuriate in the plush seats offered.