A high definition screen and booming speakers are worth paying for to have that full movie watching experience. Head on over to Marcus Cinemas in Pickerington to watch the latest flicks in theaters!
Sit down for a savory meal at their in-house restaurant.
This theater is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Marcus Cinemas even offers a drive-in theater, great for people who dislike crowds.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Come hungry and leave happy! Drexel East in Columbus aims to please even the pickiest eater.
Drexel East is well-known for being able to seat large parties.
We'll let you park onsite to help get you closer to our scrumptious menu.
When times call for a tighter wallet, dine at Drexel East and keep your budget in check.
Even massive TVs or wall-sized smartphones just can't replicate the experience of watching a movie on the silver screen. That being said, modern first-run theaters can put a damper on a family night out with exorbitant ticket and concession prices. Like time-traveling back to the golden days of affordable cinema, The Screens at Cincinnati Mall gives moviegoers all of the first-run perks—pristine projection, huge screens, crisp digital sound, and high-backed rocking seats—without siphoning wallets. With eight auditoriums, The Screens delivers moviegoing memories 365 days a year with a constant rotation of second-run blockbusters, including kids' films, horror flicks, action-adventures, rom-coms, and com-roms (movies about computers that hate each other at first, then fall in love). All the while, the concession stand keeps appetites at bay with a wealth of theater staples, including popcorn, nachos, hot dogs, chicken nuggets, pretzels, sodas, and healthy fruit juices.
Studio 35 is a charming independent theater and draft house in the center of Clintonville. Opening their doors in 1938, Studio 35 is now the only surviving independent theater in Columbus. They continue to offer double feature films on their vintage single-screen. Pair the movie with a treat from their menu that offers delight pizzas, subs, and salads. Try one of their crunchy pizza pies or a spicy buffalo chicken calzone (created with breaded chicken bites, bacon, gooey provolone, onions and hot sauce). Their retro no waiter service means you will have to take a seat in one of the back three rows and pick up your food just 20 minutes after ordering it. For a refreshing drink, grab a glass of beer from their bar that's serving 40 craft beers straight from the tap. Their selection is never boring since they offer new releases and brews produced just for them by Barley’s brewer.
Blockbuster movies and delicious dine-in experiences collide at the AMC Easton Town Center. The discreet side seat service of their dine in movie theaters’ Red Kitchen serves you delicious sandwiches, plates and drinks without distracting you from the movie. You take your pick of crisp, cheesy pizza, artfully arranged platters, or delicious toasted paninis using the smart screen adjacent to your seat. A few minutes later, your lunch or dinner is served on the extendable table that comes out of your seat. The AMC Easton also has a restaurant outside the movie theater that also serves delicious fair called the Fork & Screen, perfect for those who’d prefer to dine before heading in for the movie.
Enjoy a movie theater experience with all the stops pulled out. Sink into their comfortable stadium seating with a hot bag of popcorn and a soda to enjoy the latest flick. Marcus Crosswoods Cinema offers the latest in technology so that you are able to have the best possible film-viewing experience. Take a look through their website to take advantage of their specials on student, senior, and child discounts. They also offer discounts on Metropolitan Opera simulcasts, and sometimes—for the particularly diehard— they even play movie marathons! If it’s a rainy Saturday afternoon with nothing to do, or the opening night of the next big blockbuster, take a seat at Marcus Crosswoods Cinema.