CMX CINEMAS and FLASHBACK CINEMA Bring Classic Movies to the Big Screen
Miami, FL, September 20, 2018 (Newswire.com) – Thanks to CMX CINEMA‘S partnership with Flashback Cinema, Guests of CMX Cinemas will now be able to see their favorite classic movies on the big screen. Flashback Cinema is a program that brings digitally restored prints of timeless Hollywood favorites to the theater screen each week. Movies are shown every week on Sundays and Wednesdays, with matinee and evening showings.
“We decided to offer the Flashback Cinema program in response to guest requests for classic movies on the big screen,” said Frank Stryjewski, Chief Operating Officer of CMX Cinemas. “We are delighted to offer our guests films they’ve fallen in love with in the past, in the same environment in which they enjoy today’s blockbusters.”
Flashback Cinema‘s creator, John Hersker, who also provides an on-screen introduction for each Flashback Cinema movie, said,
“Like all movies, classic films are best enjoyed on a giant screen in a theatrical setting. We are excited to partner with CMX Cinemas, which has a well-deserved reputation for presenting motion pictures in luxurious surroundings with state-of-the-art sound and projection.“
CMX Cinemas is offering Flashback Cinema showings at the following locations:
- Downtown at the Gardens – West Palm Beach, FL
- Merritt Square – Merritt Island, FL
- Plaza Cinema Café – Orlando, FL
- Lakeside – Lakeland, FL
- Countryside – Clearwater, FL
- Grove – Wesley Chapel, FL
- Fallschase – Tallahassee, FL
- Daytona – Daytona Beach, FL
- Pinnacle – Gulf Shores, AL
- Hollywood – Tuscaloosa, AL
- Chateau – Rochester, MN
- Odyssey – Burnsville, MN
- Arlington Heights – Arlington Heights, IL
Upcoming Flashback Cinema offerings at CMX Cinemas include the following:
September 23 & 26: Labyrinth (1986)
Master puppeteer Jim Henson directed David Bowie and Jennifer Connelly in this iconic 1980’s musical fantasy.
September 30 & October 3: Young Frankenstein (1974)
Hilarious satire of 1930’s monster movies directed by funnyman Mel Brooks and starring Gene Wilder, Peter Boyle, Terri Garr, Madeline Kahn, and Cloris Leachman.
October 7 & 10: Halloween (1978)
Jamie Lee Curtis stars in John Carpenter’s original horror classic about the villainous Michael Myers, who returns home for Halloween, 15 years after committing a grisly murder.
October 14 & 17: Rear Window (1954)
One of the best from director Alfred Hitchcock, “the Master of Suspense,” starring James Stewart and Grace Kelly.
October 21 & 24: Beetlejuice (1988)
Michael Keaton stars as Beetlejuice (“the ghost with the most, babe”) in this supernatural comedy from director Tim Burton.
October 28 & 31 (Halloween): The Shining (1980)
Celebrate Halloween with Stanley Kubrick’s thriller starring Jack Nicholson as the caretaker of a closed hotel with a very spooky past.