March 06, 2013
963 Houston-Northcutt Boulevard (Mt. Pleasant)
Adults: $9 Student & Military: $7 Matinee: All seats $7 before 6 p.m. Cinebarre is an 18 and up establishment, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.
Luke Spivey says... With the exception of 2 months back, I've never missed a show since moving to the Charleston area about 2 years ago. The cast is nothing less than passionate about their work. Every month I go, there is ALWAYS something new that they bring with them. Whether it be new lighting, or some prop swaps to keep each other on their toes during the show. The members of Back Row Productions have never been afraid to mix and mingle in the hour before the show. They're exceptionally friendly, and I have never had a moment where it was difficult to speak to any of them. The show is also rather interactive. Countless hours have been put into every show they perform, and I enjoy every moment I'm there. If you have seen the movie before, and want to attend a shadow cast performance, I HEAVILY recommend going to the Cinnebarre in Mount Pleasant, SC on the first Friday night of the month. They have never cancelled, and have never had a delay. If you have attended the show, but can't find anywhere close to enjoy the picture, come to the Cinnebarre. If you have NEVER seen the show, and you want to see what all the hype's about, come to the Cinnebarre. Back Row Productions will not disappoint you, I promise. ★★★★★
Stacy Shepanek says... I went to the East Coast premier a couple weeks ago, and I'm thrilled this is coming to Charleston! I can't wait to see it again. I just pre-registered. ★★★★★
anome says... When Regal and TB first changed our favorite movie house in Mt. Pleasant into the Cinebarre, I was completely dismayed because it was like they had turned a family-friendly movie theater into a hangout for young tattooed vampire types to drink and hook up. I hated it and called Regal to ask them what they were thinking when they did this. They said it was something of an experiment but to give it a chance. And then over a short period of time Cinebarre made some very positive changes. So there was a time for about 3 years when I would have given the Cinebarre 5 stars and hands down the best movie house ever, and my husband and I were seeing at least 2 movies a week there, at that time. But now things changed again and now they have gone downhill so far that they will not give patrons a glass of water! I am not kidding. The last time we were in there I asked for some water and was told it would be 50 cents for a bottle of water, I said no just a glass would be fine and was told they cannot give people water anymore. I'm a diabetic and needed that glass of water and was shocked that they wouldn't allow a patron such a small basic item without making them pay for it. And just as a matter of interest, I used to get a kick out of the owner -- who is like this crusty kind of Texas mafia sort of guy, a little bit scary but fascinating -- but he has turned out to be one really nasty, money-grubbing individual. I heard him bragging about how when someone told him that the Cinebarre was the best movie theater in Mt. Pleasant, he said something to the effect that "There's only two F***ing movie theaters in Mt. Pleasant," so I guess he didn't take that as much of a compliment. Yes, Terrell, there are only 2 movie theaters in Mt. Pleasant and at this point in time the other one is better. Time to reassess certain attitudes and policies. ★★★★★