Choose from Four Options
$18 for a late-night movie for two nonmembers (a $32.50 total value)
$15 for a late-night movie for two members (a $30.50 total value)
$36 for a late-night movie for four nonmembers (a $65 total value)
$28 for a late-night movie for four members (a $62 total value)
Each person receives the following:
- Admission (a $6 value for nonmembers; a $5 value for members)
- Large popcorn or candy (up to a $5.75 value per person)
- Fountain drink or bottled water (a $4.50 value per person)
Customers can see one of the following films on Saturday at 11:30 p.m.: The Big Lebowski (Oct. 26), This Is Spinal Tap (Nov. 23), or Die Hard (Dec. 28).
For 75 years, Drexel Theatre has showcased an eclectic, globetrotting mix of the latest offerings from Hollywood and the independent-film scene. These days, all three of the nonprofit theater's auditoriums screen those pictures with digital projections and Dolby digital sound. Every so often, however, the theater's proprietors dust off their old 35-millimeter projectors for specialty showings of classic films, such as the spooky flicks at Drexel's annual 24-hour horror marathon. That only skims the surface of the Drexel's events lineup, which includes silent pictures with live scores and onetime screenings followed by Q&As with the filmmakers. The membership program introduced in 2011 boasts more than 400 members, whose loyalty and commitment to keeping the theater open is rewarded with discounted tickets, free concessions, and invitations to advanced screenings.