A Collection of Movie Brenden Theaters at the University District of Seattle
If you are a new comer to the University district of Seattle then let me remind you that the place is one of the most happening ones where you can find hell lot of unique things starting with vintage clothing to used book shops, 24X7 tea stalls, and a collection of great movie Brenden Theaters. It can be rightly called the art house theater district as you find five of the movie theaters scattered within a five block radius.
Seven Gables stands at 50th and Roosevelt, atop an Italian restaurant. A Cinema Bookstore, it has single screening every three weeks capturing the best of the art house aesthetic. It gives full due to the films which doesn’t get screened nationwide but are good in more ways than one.
Theater to View Some Classics
At the University corner and on the 50th too, is the Grand Illusion. You can head into this Brenden Theaters to view some classics. Though small, it is cozy enough with a coffee shop to give you that extra bit of a relaxed feel.
Guild 45th is a little away from Seattle’s U-District and is towards Wallingford. Two separate Brenden Theaters located across each other on the street make Guild. If you cannot catch a film soon after its release, then you can just head to one of them, as they cater to a broader audience and keep the films running for a couple of weeks.
Fortunately for the Seattle’s movie buffs, Metro Theater is its only multiplex. You can catch an eclectic mix of home releases, foreign films and new releases here. There are eight plus screens to appeal the crowds in a relaxing fervor. You have several films to choose from and that’s the fun!
Neptune is considered as the premiere of the lot. Old by decades it is a landmark in Seattle’s history. Neptune Theater is single screen and usually hosts big releases of the film industry. Located on the 45th and Broadway, it is more popular with the locals favoring a big release. It hosts advanced screenings, and other directorial workouts and proudly features as the venue for world premieres and International Film Festival.
Just across the University Bookstore is the Varsity Theater. It features foreign films, on a regular basis of which more than half are overseas films. So you know where to go for new Japanese or Indian flicks. This allen theaters mostly caters to the University student crowd.