After a major hiatus WNY movie theaters have finally been given the green light to reopen.
At least we still have Drive-in movies, amirite?
Northtowners and Niagara County fams, here’s a drive-in movie series in your neck of the woods.
Lucky for WNY, drive-in movie theaters are allowed to open as of Friday, May 15. The Transit Drive-In has been keeping Western New Yorkers informed about their opening status and what to expect via their Facebook page. Below find details about how to purchase tickets,...
Are you an avid movie theatre goer who is having withdrawal, we feel for you. While nothing can replace the experience of enjoying a film at the theatre, buttery popcorn in hand, we're happy to report that there is an excellent way to support the North Park Theatre...
We’ve rounded up a few binge-worthy movies and TV shows to help add a little Buffalove to your next lazy day movie marathon.
Need plans for a snow day? WNY offers plenty of opportunities for you to embrace the winter weather outside of your home.
Everyone knows that going to the movies is 100% the perfect rainy day or chill night activity. So when you're in the movie mood and looking for a way to a. save some money and b. support a local business, go hit up one of these absolutely adorable, often historical...
When the Market Arcade Film & Arts Centre closed in 2014, Downtown Buffalo was left without a movie theatre completely – not a good look for a thriving city on the rise.
Summertime in Buffalo just keeps getting better with all the outdoor movies this season for little to no cost at all!
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Lucky for us our neighbor to the north hosts one of the most renowned and influential film festivals in the world.
Summer nights are the perfect opportunity to catch an outdoor flick. Here’s where to catch one in WNY now through September!
If you’re ready for a modern-day, gory, black-and-white psychological thriller then it’s lucky for you that The Screening Room is hosting Buffalo’s first run premiere of Mickey Keating’s film, Darling.
The film is a modern-day noir bringing to mind Hitchcock and conspiracy thrillers, but also has a strong comedic element.
So you’ve seen Slumdog Millionaire and so you’re sure you’ve gotten a good taste of “Indian cinema and culture?” Think again.
Calling all film lovers! Or…anyone who just wants to get a little more cultured in the arts.
As hard as I try to recommend grown-up films for all us grown-ups, I keep getting sucked back into screenings of classic children’s films.
Knight of Cups is set mostly in California as Rick (Christian Bale) explores and indulges in the vices of LA and Las Vegas.
Remember the adventures of Littlefoot, Cera, Ducky, Petrie, and Spike? Yea, they’re back and you’re watching.
Since Buffalo has a wealth of movie theaters specializing in out-of-date, second-run, international, quirky, and downright unknown independent films, suggesting a dinner and a movie doesn’t mean you’ve thrown in the towel.