If there’s anything that Los Angeles is known for, it’s movies. If you’re looking for the best movie theaters in los angeles, read this guide and stay hotels in mid wilshire los angeles to be close to all that Hollywood has to offer.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show at the Nuart Theater
This theater has been around since 1931 and since the early 1970s it has been a staple of the LA art house scene. Today, this theater is actually home to screenings of the cult classic, the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Once a week, usually Saturdays, this theater will screen this movie at midnight so even if you can’t make it one week, you’ll likely be able to make it the next! Don’t miss out on the fun opportunity to see this classic movie on the screen!
New Beverly Cinema
This historical revival cinema is actually owned and operated by Quentin Tarantino. Dating back to the 1920s, this theater Tarantino purchased the cinema in 2007. Since then, he chooses most of the monthly programming. In fact, many of the movies screened are actually from his private collection of 35mm film. He pays tribute to a variety of filmmakers by showcasing their work as well screening some of his own movies as well!
The Vista Theatre
Located in Las Feliz, this theatre was actually once known as the Lou Bard Playhouse, or Bard’s Hollywood. When it first opened in 1923, it showcased vaudeville acts and silent movies. Today, the theatre is one of the few that still has a 35mm film projector as now, there are only a few directors who want to have their movies shown on the film. If you enjoy watching movies on film and want to be part of history, visit the theatre today.
Cinespia at Hollywood Forever Cemetery
This outdoor movie company got its claim to fame for offering outdoor movie screenings at the iconic Hollywood Forever Cemetery where some stars of Old Hollywood such as Rudolph Valentino and Mickey Rooney are buried. While they are most known for offering screenings during the summer months, Cinespia actually shows movies at the cemetery year round, just less frequently. Catch Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas at the cemetery on Saturday, December 15th.