In an effort to reward our customers who “Make Time for a Movie” starting January 5th we will be lowering the price of our advance tickets for regular run movies (both on-line* and walk-up) from $9 to just $7. Regular on-line and walk-up day of admission tickets will be $10. Monday will continue to be our “Bargain Day” with regular run movies tickets just $6 (no extra advance discount).
*on-line tickets will incur ticketing fees of $1.50 per ticket still saving .50¢.
The Kiggins happily accepts the MoviePass subscription service! For just $9.95 per month (or less if you pre-buy a year) you can see all of our movies for less than the cost of one ticket!
Looking for some unique gift ideas this holiday season? We’ve got the perfect Kiggins package for the ultimate movie fan in your life!
These custom made boxes (perfect to store or transport your items when coming to see a movie) come standard with one of our sturdy refillable Kiggins’ popcorn bowls, two regular admission movie tickets, and a voucher for a free popcorn and drink refill.
You then can finish the gift package by choosing either a Kiggins’ Anniversary wine or beer glass or one of our awesome new refillable soda cups all for just $55! With the free fills and the custom die-cut box, that’s an amazing deal!
All of these items are available individually as well!
-Refillable popcorn bowl: $20.00
-Refillable soda tumbler: $15.00
-Anniversary pint glass: $10.00
-Anniversary wine glass: $10.00
-Noir Night’s wine glass: $10.00
So stop by during our regular movie showtimes now and get all your Holiday shopping taken care of! Prices include sales tax.
Oscar®- and Emmy®-nominated director Brett Morgen (Cobain: Montage of Heck, The Kids Stays in the Picture) uses a trove of never-before-seen 16 mm footage unearthed after 50 years from the National Geographic archives to shed fresh light on trailblazing conservationist Jane Goodall.
Morgen, described by The Wall Street Journal as “the leading revolutionary of American documentary film,” tells Goodall’s story starting in 1960, when the 26-year-old British woman arrives in a remote area of northwestern Tanzania to study chimpanzees. Driven by her love of animals but lacking any formal training, Goodall triumphs in a male-dominated field, challenging conventional research methods with her unique approach to wildlife observation. Patiently gaining the animals’ trust, she soon makes headlines with the discovery that chimps are highly intelligent and social creatures that use tools to gather food. When the dashing Dutch filmmaker Hugo van Lawick is sent to document her work in 1964, filmmaker and subject soon fall in love, marry and have a child together. But Goodall is shaken when her beloved chimpanzees succumb to an outbreak of polio and engage in a brutal war.
Drawing on van Lawick’s stunning wildlife footage and exclusive interviews with Goodall, as well as research footage from the Jane Goodall Institute and Goodall family videos, Morgen offers an unprecedented, intimate portrait of a woman who defied the odds to become one of the world’s most admired conservationists.
Fans of this woman’s important work won’t want to miss on our big screen! Get tickets here.
Due to popular demand, we’ve added a second showing of DAVID GILMOUR: LIVE AT POMPEII on Saturday, September 16th at 4pm! The Friday show is almost sold out, but you can still see this legendary Pink Floyd frontman on our big screen!
Check out this interview with Mr. Gilmour on NPR and get your tickets before they are all gone!
“David Gilmour Live at Pompeii is acutely aware of how it must deal with history, and in its best moments it’s a reverent and surprisingly moving concert film.” – Mike Cecchini, Den of Geek
Thanks to everyone who came out on August 31st for our first “Crowded Theatre” screening! Over 150 folks got to enjoy Alfred Hitchcock’s classic NORTH BY NORTHWEST on our big screen!
The voters have spoken and our next screening, set for September 20th at 6:30pm, is the 3 time Academy Award-winning gangster saga THE GODFATHER!
Considered one of the greatest movies ever made, this epic drama features Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, Talia Shire, James Caan, Diane Keaton, Abe Vigoda and of course, the Best Actor winner Marlon Brando.
But to ensure this screening will take place we need your help! Crowded Theatre works like a crowd-funding site where the screening will only take place if enough people reserve tickets in advance!
Maybe if you’re lucky, we’ll serve up some cannoli to eat with the Coppola wine we proudly serve!
You can purchase your tickets here. When you are there, make sure to vote for the October horror film you would most like to see. And you can suggest films for future voting polls as well!