From metro multiplex cinemas to hometown, old-school theaters with balconies and Art Deco décor, Colorado has you covered for first-run movie releases, film festival venues, cartoon marathons and Friday night popcorn fights.
Some of our biggest include the Regal SouthGlenn Stadium 14 in Centennial (Denver area), which boasts recliners for your viewing comfort during the movie. Among our oldest are the Mayan on South Broadway in Denver and the Park Theater in Estes Park.
Colorado has numerous 3-D IMAX facilities in the state, with a half-dozen up and down the Front Range I-25 corridor.
And as for drive-in theaters, they are alive and well in the Centennial State. A few to consider are the 88 Drive In Theatre
in Commerce City, an eastern Denver area; the Comanche Drive-In in Buena Vista south of Leadville in the beautiful Collegiate Peaks area; Valley Drive In Theatre in Fort Morgan northeast of Denver, Holiday Twin Drive-In in Fort Collins north of Denver; and Tru Vu Drive In Theatre
in Delta southeast of Grand Junction.