People tend to check in during these times:
Originally built in 1949, the Crest has been operating as a neighborhood theatre ever since. Equipped with widescreen capabilities in 1979. So successful were "bargain nights" at the Crest that by the late 1980s, it began running discount programming on a permanent basis.
See a movie for 3$.
See a movie for $3 right before it goes to DVD
Cheap prices but theater needs some maintenance, Also good place to catch some movies that you may have missed.
Great place to see flicks on the big screen for pennies on the dollar ($3 worth) about the time they hit the video store. Totally worth it!
This theatre is very kid friendly. You don't have to worry about your kids bothering people because it's cheap. People aren't uptight because they $9 a ticket!
Great place....reminds me of the old neighborhood cinema....because it still is! Lovr it here!
The kings of summer was a really good movie no matter what preference you have I think 😊☺
Awesome theatre. What they lack in decor they make up for in customer service! I'd go here over Regal any day.
Our neighborhood theatre. Great for $3 movies!
Our favorite affordable theater! The candy bar is awesome as well
Looks Ike new seats installed in main theater!
This place has the best and most attentive staff I've ever experienced at a movie theatre. Triple layered butter on fresh popcorn without asking for it (large size) and everyone smiles at you.
7-11 right across the street if you need other treats
Great movies for only $3. And usually at least one indie film, or something that wasn't playing in surrounding theaters.
Free. Cheese. Refills. Perfect.
Best movie popcorn I've ever had, and you can't beat $3 movies!
Cheap Movies, Right before they go on Dvd great place if you missed a summer flick!
It's cheap but sometimes the projectors are out of focus, so just this time skip the subtitled films.