Village 8 - Showing the same popular movies for a much more popular price, 365 days a year! The catch is, we get them once their popularity simmers, meaning it may not be screening at our theater for a few weeks after the scheduled release.Use our Louisville sightseeing planner to arrange your visit to Village 8 Theatres and other attractions in Louisville.
Village 8 also offers a first run views of select foreign, independent, & 'art' films that many theaters in Louisville do not offer in our program that we like to call our 'Exclusive New Releases'. Louisville exclusives have ranged all over the board in terms of content, culture and composition. We are proud to say we can assist in bringing eclectic film culture to our city, that's why we offer somewhat of a 'frequent flier miles card' ONLY for our 'Exclusive' patrons. Ask for a card upon purchase of an 'Exclusive' movie ticket for a card with 6 available spaces, one being pre-stamped. Every 'Exclusive' that you see henceforth will earn you a stamp, collect 5 and you may redeem it for a pass to any regular or 'Exclusive' movie, any time! (Film Festivals, Special Shows, etc can be refuted at managers will if need be, however that's not often.)
Village 8 intentionally holds at least one or more family movies for practical purposes. Our friendly atmosphere and relaxed faces make our establishment a great place for families, whilst enabling budget conscious folks to expand their entertainment dollars to the fullest. Check up weekly for the current children and family movies!
Village 8 Theatres reviews
I go to the Village 8 several times a month. The price is great and gives you the opportunity to see movies that you may not want to chance at the more expensive theaters. They also show foreign... more »
This is a second run theatre that is affordable for those willing to wait for a movie to be shown there. Generally prices are $3 per person(matinee) with the exception of Tuesday’s when $2 will get... more »
Same as it ever was, same as it's ever been. A classic. I can still get a medium popcorn and a red slushie for $5 here! Beat that, any other theater! Highly recommend looking out for the 48 Hour Film Festival showings that are screened here in the summer. Very fun! Plus in October, sometimes they show old scary movies. In 2018 I saw The Shining on Halloween night! Gotta love the Village 8.
I love this place. So economic and fair-priced. Sure it’s a no-frills joint but I honestly prefer the homey feel of it all. It’s all worth it for the $2 Tuesdays and cheap concessions. Buying tickets and snacks for two people will have you spending less than the amount of one ticket at normal price theaters. Definitely worth it
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