In time for summer movie season, Louisville’s only discounted movie house, the Village 8 Theater, is set to reopen on July 1.
If you love feature films but not the high price of movie tickets, this is the place for you. St. Matthews Landmark and Institute has operated a full schedule of Showtimes seven days a week for more than 45 years.
Apex Entertainment wrote on its Village 8 Facebook page, “The catch is, when their popularity wanes, we get (the movies), which means it won’t show in our theaters for weeks after their scheduled release. Might be possible.”
After several months of closure during COVID-19, the Village 8 movie theater at 4014 Dutchman Lane will host a grand re-opening on July 1.
Village 8 Theater is one of the oldest independently operated multiplexes in America. In 2013, the theater was upgraded to an all digital projector and offered 3D cinema.
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Apex Entertainment is a local independent theater chain that also runs the Highlands neighborhood theater complex Baxter Avenue Theatre, 1250 Bardstown Road. The Baxter Theater is open to moviegoers with limited seats, but is now operating at full capacity.
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