Davis Theaters

Woodland Theaters

Sacramento Theaters

Vacaville Theaters

Other Film Venues in Davis

  • The UN Association of Davis shows international films at International House on the 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month; refreshments 7:30PM, movie 8:00. For current listings, see the events page. Cost: Free, donations accepted.
  • Baskin Robbins on Anderson and Covell used to show political and other films in an open-air, covered seating area. In 2006, movies were shown three nights a week—Friday nights family movies, Sunday nights film noir, and Wednesday nights anime. Cost: Free
  • Movies in the Park Saturday night movies in Central Park, sponsored by the Parks & Community Services Department of Davis. 2006 schedule still posted to whet your appetite for '07. Season used to run from May to October. Cost: Free
  • Late-Night Retro Films: The Varsity Theater used to have midnight movies on Friday and Saturday. Check for listings. Cost $6.00 ...and... Retro Film Revival at the Regal Cinemas Davis Holiday 6 used to have 10:00PM movies on Thursday nights. For a schedule, select a Thursday date from the menu, and it's the film on the bottom of the list. Cost was $5.00
  • Vintage family movies used to held on Tues/Wed mornings (AKA Free Family Film Festival ) Family films at Regal Cinemas Davis Holiday 6—fun for the whole family, summer months only. 10:00AM on Tues and Wed, see link for what played in 2006—are you nostalgic for "Muppets from Space" or "Wallace & Gromit"? Cost: Free
  • Don't forget Campus Cinema in 194 Chem, listed at the top of this page! Call 752-2571 for details (Does anyone know if they post a current schedule anywhere?)

Film Festivals in Davis

Theater Comparison Chart

Please note that prices are probably not all up to date.

Davis Theaters
Matinee
Adult
Student
Child/Senior
Med Popcorn/Drink
Discounts
Campus Cinema
—/—
Regal Holiday
$7.75
$10
$9.25
$7
—/—
$5 Movie Tuesday / See note.
Regal Stadium
$7.75
$10
$9.25
$7
$5.50/$4.50
$5 Movie Tuesday / See note
Varsity Theater
$7.75
$10
$9.25
$7
$6/$4.50
$7 every Tuesday
Woodland Theaters
State Theater
$5.00
$7.00
$5.00
—/—
County Fair Mall Theater
$5.00
$7.25-7.50
$5.00
-?-/-?-
1st Matinee M-F $4.25
Sac Theaters
Crest Theater
$5.50
$8.50
$5.50
$5.50
—/—
Movie Discount Cards
Regal Natomas 16
$7.75
$10.25
$9.75
$6.75
—/—
See note
Sac Drive-In
$6.25
Free/—
—/—
$4 on Tuesday
Tower Theater
$8.50
$6.50
$5.50
—/—
$5 First Show of Day
Vacaville Theaters
Brenden Theatres Vacaville:
$7.25
$10.00
$8.75
$7.25
—/—
Matinee pricing before 6 PM daily

Note: Regal sells tickets through Costco at a discounted price. These tickets are completely unrestricted - any movie, any time. They even are accepted for IMAX showings (at the Regal Cinemas Hacienda Crossings in Pleasanton). They cost $7.50 each, and you can buy as many as you want in multiples of 5. They are significantly cheaper than adult non-matinee prices. They are also supposed to be accepted at movie theaters owned by the same family, anything by the Regal Entertainment Group, which includes Regal Cinemas, United Artists Theaters, and Edwards Theaters. (some employees may not be aware of this at the non-Regal Cinema locations, so inform them that these tickets are accepted at all 3 theaters because they are part of the same company).

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2006-06-05 12:54:20   Is there still a cheap movie theater in Vacaville that shows older movies? —ArlenAbraham


2007-11-08 12:11:13   Can anyone tell me how the movie theaters in Davis survive ? I haven't see a movie there with more than 10 people in theater

libero


2011-03-18 16:34:20   I remember there used to be this one screen theater on E Street I believe, right next to where Watermelon Music is now. It was really grungy, but I saw the first of the Star Wars remasters there. Must have been around 1997 I guess. Anyway, good times, good times... —CecilioPadilla


2014-11-05 16:33:06   Would be nice to see the comparison chart updated with a column for 3D movie prices... —DavidGrundler