SoCal Families | 7 Things To Do This Week 9/26-9/30/2016

What’s better than going to the movies? The simple enjoyment of watching a movie with your family without having to pay $12 a person. These low-cost movie theaters and alternatives will save you the money you need to take it up a notch with lots of popcorn and candy!

 

MONDAY

9/26, Kid-Friendly Movie – Mommy Movie Mondays at Krikorian Redlands Cinema 14 at 10a.m. Early bird tickets are $8. Join other parents in the area, and enjoy the convenience, freedom and low cost of Mommy Movie Mondays. The sound of the movie The Martian will be lowered, dimmed lights allow for some needed visibility, and best of all other parents will be enjoying the movie alongside their children.

TUESDAY

9/27, Discount Movie – Enjoy a movie or two every Tuesday at the Chino Cinemark Movies 8. Pay only $5! 

9/27, Classic Movies – Fan of classic movies? Enjoy all the classics your love every Tuesday night at the Harkins Theater in Redlands @ 7:00p.m. Tickets are only $5. 

WEDNESDAY

9/28, Drive-in Movie – Catch a movie at Mission Tiki Drive-In Theatre in Montclair. Prices are $9 for adults and $1 for children ages five to nine. Price includes two movies. The experience of going to a drive-in movie is one that creates everlasting memories. Bring some dinner or utilize the snack bar, and enjoy two movies for less than the price of one at most theaters. 


 

THURSDAY

9/29, Horror Movie – Blair Witch at the Regal Theater in Riverside. Be prepared to scream because this one might be the scariest movie yet! Rated R & must be 18 years or older to watch this movie. Showtimes: 11:40a.m., 2:35p.m., 5:05p.m., 7:45p.m., & 10:30p.m.

 

FRIDAY

9/30, Family-Friendly Movie – Premiere of Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children playing at the AMC Theater in Ontario. Rated PG-13. Showtimes: 7:00p.m. & 10:00p.m.

9/30, Independent Movie Rental – Want to stay in? Rent a movie from Video Paradiso in Claremont from 10a.m. to 10p.m. With all the latest releases and an inclusive assortment of foreign, independent and hard to find films, this is one movie store that will stick around forever. A membership is required to rent movies, but you can also buy a used DVD from their $3 section if you’re looking for something to enjoy with the family on a fun night in.

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