Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Find movie times for Christmas Day, including times for The Hobbit, This is 40, Les Miserables, Django Unchanged and Parental Guidance.
At Patch, our motto is to make life ridiculously easy for our readers. And what better way to make life easier on Christmas Day than to offer an easy way to look up movie times at St. Louis-area movie theaters! All you have to do is search by movie, zip code or theater. It's that easy! And once you're done with the flick, we'd love to hear what you thought of it. So if you saw Les Miserables, This is 40 or any other recently released movie, we'd love to have you blog about your experience on Hazelwood Patch. To do so, just CLICK HERE.
Friday, December 17, 2010
The Regal St. Louis Mills 18 Theater debuts its IMAX 3D screen for the midnight showing of the sequel to the classic favorite "Tron."
It was a night to remember for devoted "Tron" fans and anyone interested in the latest movie-going technology, and the Regal St. Louis Mills 18 Theater was the place for two debuts Friday morning. As previously reported, the Regal theater was prepping a technological movie milestone for theCity of Hazelwoodand North St. Louis County, with the addition of an IMAX 3D screen. The milestone was celebrated with midnight screening of "Tron: Legacy," the sequel to the much-beloved 1982 film "Tron," both of which star Jeff Bridges as technology pioneer Kevin Flynn. When I arrived at the theater around 11:15p.m., on Dec. 16, the parking lot outside of the entrance seemed a bit barren, but when I got inside, the fans were there and had already …
Thursday, December 2, 2010
Large crowd gathers at the Regal St. Louis Mills 18 Theater for the midnight showing of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I."
You may be seeing a lot of people out wearing their best velvet, burgundy and yellow scarves, capes and Hogwarts paraphernalia, but rest assured, you haven't jumped back in time, it's all for the newest Harry Potter film. On opening night of the latest film in the franchise, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I," people came out in droves to the Regal St. Louis Mills 18 Theater midnight viewing, decked out in their best Harry Potteresque outfits. Yuki Foster, dressed in her Hogwarts uniform, was one of many die-hard fans in attendance on November 18. "I love Harry Potter!" she exclaimed. Chad Browning, marketing manager for Regal Entertainment Group said the midnight viewing is sort of like the who's-who for the film and true fans…