This is the most nasty establishment I have ever visited. Filthy! I tell you, filthy. I have reported the complex to the Louisville Board of Health. Popcorn scattered in all lobby areas, restroom trash cans overflowing with paper, offal in toilets. This was at a 5:00 showing. Imagine the filth later in the evening!
Very clean,extremely comfortable, and affordable . Looking forward to having night out every week. They even have free refills on your sodas!
My date and I went to Preston Crossing 16(Louisville, KY) to view "Selma" 3:35 show, however we were disappointed that when we arrived to get seated, there were only about 4 seats (none together). The amazing thing is that because we couldn't get seats together, we decided to go see Taken 3, and that theater space was much larger and had several seats available. This was quite alarming considering today was a national holiday recognizing Martin Luther King and "Selma" (of all movies) had one of the smallest spaces in the theater. This was certainly a BIG MISS and "Preston Crossing 16" should be ashamed.
Movie starts at 11:30am. At 11:10 concession is not open. Asked about it, the girl that is supposed to be working says she still has to stock the candy, popcorn not made and theater is half full already.
My wife and I love this place. They have a bar with alcohol.
They have delicious popcorn, amazingly friendly employees, as well as extraordinary prices for great movies. Village 8 is the place to go.
I remember this theater when I was a kid - umpteenth years ago. It's great to see it is a part of the past that's still viable here - in the future and may it continue "... onward, into infinity!!!" Eh, a little Buzz Lightyear quote here seems appropriate. Thank you for keeping the past part of the present.
I really enjoy coming to your theatre. Whenever an awesome movie comes, out my husband and I come up there for our date night from Radcliff. Dinner, then a movie.
This is probably the best theatre I've ever been too. It's clean, has a friendly staff, and a great variety of showtimes. It's a bit expensive, but all movie theatres are these days...