Movies in Antioch


Two-Hour Movie-Screen Video Gaming Session at Buffalo Grove Theater (51% Off)

Buffalo Grove Theater

Buffalo Grove IL

Bring up to 20 friends to play Xbox, Nintendo Wii, or PlayStation games on one of the theater’s movie screens

$120 $59

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$5 for One Movie Ticket at Star Cinema Grill (Up to $10.50 Value)

Star Cinema Grill

Star Cinema Grill Arlington Heights

Servers at dine-in theaters deliver optional, freshly prepared menu items as guests enjoy first-run releases

$10.50 $5

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$21 for Two Movie Tickets, Two Beverages, and One Popcorn at Times Cinema ($40.50 Value)

Times Cinema

Times Cinema

Digital projection and 3D screens show new releases in theater outfitted with comfortable seats, concessions, and cocktails

$40.50 $21

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$28 for Movie for Two with Beverages and Pizza at Rosebud Theater (Up to $50.50 Value)

Rosebud Theater

Wauwatosa

Duos feast on pizza and sip cocktails and microbrews while settling into cushy loveseats and enjoying Hollywood hits

$50.50 $28

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Movie for Two or Four with Small Popcorn at Fox Bay Cinema Grill (55% Off)

Fox Bay Cinema Grill

Fox Bay Cinema Grill

Renovated art-deco theater with digital sound and projection transports imaginations with romantic and adventurous Hollywood films

$21.99 $10

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$13 for Movie and Popcorn for Two at Cascade Drive-In ($24.50 Value)

Cascade Drive-in

Cascade Drive-In

The double features of first-run flicks pair with the audio from an FM station or in-car speakers as attendees dig into the popcorn

$24.50 $13

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$5 for a Movie Ticket at Studio Movie Grill (Up to $10.50 Value)

Studio Movie Grill

Wheaton

A wide selection of new releases and cult classics is projected on towering screens as viewers watch from leather recliners and tables

$10.50 $5

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Beneath the night sky's smattering of stars, Cascade Drive-In projects double features of the latest first-run films. Customers tune car radios to 88.5 FM or attach celebrity impersonators to their car windows to hear audio synchronized to the narratives unfurling onscreen. Throughout the evening, moviegoers can chow down on Cascade Drive-In's concessions or dump their own charcoal into the theater's onsite grill to simmer feasts for friends gathered in the picnic area.
9102 Sheridan Rd
Pleasant Prairie,
WI
US
New releases get an old-fashioned treatment at McHenry Outdoor Theater, a 1950s-style drive-in screening two back-to-back movies every night. With a special focus on family films, the starlit screen shines across comforts including a concession stand vending burgers, brats, pizza, and hot dogs, and a dog-friendly policy to ensure everyone has someone cuddly to grab during the scary parts. While the story unfolds on screen, the theater pumps the sound through complimentary radios, and approximately half the viewing spots are equipped with vintage speakers that complete the timeless slice of Americana. Besides new releases, which are regularly updated every two weeks, the theater might show anything from golden oldies to alternative comedies to classic blockbusters.
1510 Chapel Hill Rd
McHenry,
IL
US
It's safe to say that the team at Plaza Theater has learned a few things about good customer service since the theatre originally opened in 1940. For one, "free refills on popcorn and soda" has become a bit of a slogan around here. Yet those are hardly the only refreshments movie-goers can sip and munch on as they watch first-run films screen thanks to Sony Digital 4K projectors. During movies, servers discreetly bring in made-to-order meals including panini sandwiches and waffles. The theater even serves traditional fish-fry dinners on Fridays, complete with sides, and pours domestic and premium beers as well.
448 Milwaukee Ave.
Burlington,
WI
US
As recently as 2009, Buffalo Grove Theater was still a sub-run theater, drawing in audiences with lower-priced films whose opening weekends were a few months past. These days, however, the theater is the best of both worlds, sticking to its lower prices while hosting screenings of just-released Hollywood films. The move cemented its place as a favorite community hangout?CBS Chicago called it "one of the northwest suburbs? best-kept secrets" in a roundup of the Best Indie Movie Theaters in Chicago. The on-screen entertainment isn't limited to movies: at private parties, gamers can play their favorite Xbox titles on one of the Buffalo Grove's big screens. Fun inside the five-auditorium theater continues off-screen with free kids' egg hunts every Easter, which complement the free dropped-piece-of-popcorn hunts that take place year-round.
120 Mchenry Rd.
Buffalo Grove,
IL
US
At the historic Highland Park Theatre, families and film buffs happily munch handfuls of fresh popcorn as spine-tingling thrillers, uproarious comedies, and rich, moving dramas play out on the big screen. The venerable North Shore movie house dates back to 1925, when it operated as the 1,200-seat Alcyon Theatre, which had a single screen that showed silent footage of cowboys racing on horseback, swashbucklers crossing swords, and complex romance plots communicated through drawn-out games of Pictionary. Today, powerful sound systems in the building's four theaters broadcast the dialogue of crowd-pleasing Hollywood blockbusters, as well as critically acclaimed independent films and imported foreign masterpieces.
445 Central Ave
Highland Park,
IL
US
At the dine-in movie theater Star Cinema Grill, concession stands are obsolete. By pressing a button, guests signal a server and are able to order restaurant-style without disrupting their viewing experience or screaming at an usher for a lobster bib. From angus sliders to ice-cream floats, Star Cinema Grill's menu appeases all ages with its gourmet-pub cuisine served amidst the glow of screenings and first-run film releases.
53 S Evergreen Ave.
Arlington Heights,
IL
US
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