Byron FinkelsteinI was not impressed with the service I received here. Came to watch a movie for my birthday and being early March it was somewhat cold outside (about -14°C). After purchasing our tickets at about 8:15pm, we assumed we would be able to go inside, get some popcorn, get a seat and watch some pre-film ads etc. before the movie started at 8:45pm, this was not the case. The lady at the box office told us that we were not aloud into the theatre at all (this Includes the entrance that has the concession) until 8:30pm. At first I assumed it was because there was cleaning to be done in the theatre, but upon being allowed in I was met with a filthy row of seats, half eaten candy and popcorn on the floor, and a spilled drink. Furthermore, it is an old building, carpets definitely need updating, and the entrance walls are a gross off yellow color. In conclusion I would most certainly not recommend this theatre to anyone. Spend the little extra money to go watch it in Prince George.
Wintyr WaltonSmall screens but it can be warm inside sometimes
Nate SiebertSmall and dated, but hey, you get to see a movie!
Colin MackenzieVery clean theater and always open. Matinee every weekend @2pm.
M FordStale popcorn, but for an old theatre the seats are pretty comfy and the staff is always friendly.
Ian McGregorVery dated facility but still a good experience.
Corbet RutzerBy far my favourite movie theatre in Vancouver, the Rio is home to a unique mix of Hollywood hits, cult classics, special screenings and live events. Plus.... they serve boozel!! And reasonably priced too! ($5.75 for a draft beer at time of review). Make sure you check the late night double features!
Odessa Cadieux-ReyNice community feel. Great, unique snack and drink options (even mead!). Affordable, good movies. I rarely see a film anywhere else.
John NoGreat shows here. Not seen a movie but the other things they offer are unique and worth checking out. Here from out of town for two weeks am so glad i found this place. Drink selection is not great but they offer mead with ice or room temp. Dont find that too often. Paul Anthonys talent time was great, as was the squidling brothers circus sideshow. Keep up the great work, keep this old theater going.
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Synopsis: Though safely entombed in a crypt deep beneath the unforgiving desert, an ancient queen whose destiny was unjustly taken from her is awakened in our current day, bringing with her malevolence grown over millennia, and terrors that defy human comprehension.