Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Issues with projectors caused the local theater to cancel some shows Tuesday.
Issues with projectors at Woodbury 10 Theatre had been resolved by Tuesday afternoon. The problems did force the cancelation of a couple of early shows, said manager Dack Steineck. The problems related to lines on one screen and green images on another, Steineck said. But he didn’t anticipate any further issues for evening showings. “We just have keep an eye on them,” Steineck said. Woodbury 10 Theatre is locally owned. For more information, visit its website. ike Patch on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our free newsletter
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The final installment of the Twilight saga is playing in Woodbury.
Woodbury 10 Theatre recently had a record weekend behind the success of Wreck-It Ralph. The independent theater could be in for another big weekend as “Twihards” across the country hit cinemas for the final installment of the Twilight series. There will be a 10 p.m. showing of Breaking Dawn-Part 2 at Woodbury 10 Theatre. Check out its website for additional showtimes. Like Patch on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our free newsletter
Monday, November 5, 2012
The Disney movie about characters from arcade games sold out nearly every show at the independent theater.
The success of Wreck-It Ralph helped Woodbury 10 Theatre set a weekend attendance record. Nathan Block, one of the owners of the independent movie theater, wouldn’t discuss specific numbers with Patch, but did say nearly every showing of Wreck-It Ralph sold out over the weekend. Wreck-It Ralph is a Disney movie about characters from arcade games. November and December are typically good months for Woodbury 10 because that’s when many big movies come out each year, Block said, pointing to this weekend’s opening of the 007 thriller Skyfall. Cloud Atlas, however, hasn’t fared as well. “Like every other theater in the country,” Block said. The movie theater did sell plenty of popcorn, he said. Woodbury 10 Theatre opened in 2003. To see what …
Monday, July 23, 2012
What do you think of the local theater’s decision?
Hours after news broke about the movie theater massacre in Aurora, Colo., officials at the Woodbury 10 Theatre announced that security would be doubled over the past weekend. Woodbury police also conducted extra patrols in the area. On the Woodbury Patch Facebook page, people chimed in with their reaction to the theater’s decision: Krista: I think it would be terrible if people stop going to movies just because of this tragedy. I know my son and I talked about it and we plan to see Dark Knight Rises and at Woodbury 10 this weekend if we can get there... next if not! Rebecca: I bought tickets for tonight (Friday), I believe it honors those in CO by not letting fear prevail. David: So they've got two 14 year olds taking tickets, instead of …
Friday, July 20, 2012
The theater says it will “always continue to be vigilant.”
Woodbury 10 Theatre plans to double its security this weekend in the wake of the Aurora, Colo., theater shooting that ended with 12 people dead and at least 59 injured. Nathan Block, co-owner of Woodbury 10 Theatre, said the cinema has had one full-time security guard for more than two years. The Dark Knight Rises is being shown at the theater. In an email to Patch, Block said: Although this situation is beyond tragic, I do not have any major concerns for the Woodbury 10 Theatre. We have been very fortunate that over the last 12 years, all of the customer problems we have experienced have been extremely minor in comparison. That said, we will always continue to be vigilant and the security and safety of our customers and employees will …
Friday, July 15, 2011
Hundreds pack Woodbury 10 Theatre for midnight showing.
Hundreds of fans from Woodbury and the surrounding packed the Woodbury 10 Theatre on Thursday for a special midnight showing of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2. Many of the fans came dressed in costumes representing Harry Potter, Dumbledore or other characters. Woodbury 10 Theatre officials said the Potter movie played on three of its 10 theatres Thursday evening. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 is the seventh and final film in author J.K. Rowling's series.