Warren County Ohio Movie Theaters
Want to see the latest flick? If you want to stay strictly in the Warren County borders you've got two choices:
Lebanon's Colony 7 Cinemas or Mason's Regal Cinema's Deerfield Towne Center Stadium 16.
There's a world of difference between the two theaters.
Colony 7 is located in nook in Lebanon's Colony Square strip mall at 726 E. Main St., just west of the SR48 bypass/SR123 interchange. Colony 7 is part of the Blue Grass Theatres chain composed of Colony 7, a drive-in in Winchester, KY and Movies 9 in Winchester, KY. Colony 7 is more your typical small town theater (although 7 screens trumps most small towns), no IMAX, no huge seats with kick out footrests and chairside service. Just your typical, old fashioned theater with the usual concessions available. And the cost? Budget friendly at $5 a ticket. That's not just the matinee price, that's the price, all the time. So in essence you're getting a 2 for 1 relative to most theaters.
Now if you want bells and whistles, then your choice is clear. You're heading to Regal Cinema's Deerfield Towne Center Stadium 16. Neon lights, stadium seating, IMAX, a more extensive concession stand, online ticket purchasing, rewards program, all the bells and whistles. And you're going to pay accordingly. Instead of $5, adult tickets are $10, or $7.50 if you catch the matinee. They're easy to get to, head north on Mason-Montgomery Rd from the Fields Ertel I-71 interchange. Turn left just before the Wal-mart and you can't miss them (5500 Deerfield Blvd, Mason OH 45040 for your GPS).
Now if you're going "Hey, what about the Showcase Cinema up at Kings Island?". Showcase sold to Rave who in turn closed the doors and sold to a church (big crowds on Sunday mornings).
If you want to cross the Warren County borders, there's plenty more options. Blanchester has a 3 screen theater downtown, Middletown has the Danbarry off SR122/Dixie Highway, West Chester's Union Center Rave Theater rivals Regal for the bells and whistles, and as you head down towards Cincinnati or up to Dayton you get additional options for large theaters. We'd say check the newspaper....but many of the cinemas have stopped advertising in the papers.
For the two Warren County theaters listed above, click their name in the 2nd paragraph to go to their official websites.
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Liz and Bill aka BLiz
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