On Monday, March 12, the Albany Business Review reported about the Cosmic Cinemas movie theater eatery coming to Fairview Plaza: "This movie theater won't allow talking, babies or cell phones." In the article, Terrell Braly, CEO of Cosmic Cinemas, is quoted as saying, "The genesis of Cosmic Cinemas coming to the Hudson Valley was the result of our curiosity about the massive buzz Hudson is generating." Thanks to Bruce Mitchinson for bringing this to our attention COPYRIGHT 2018 CAROLE OSTERINK
I'd rather they disallow eating!ReplyDelete
Sounds like the adult movie experience we have been waiting for. Now if the price is reasonable, I'm on board.ReplyDelete
It's interesting to me that several people have mentioned that it "must be affordable."ReplyDelete
There are lots of things in life that should be affordable, but a dinner theater should definitely not be one of them. It should be nice, and kinda expensive. People should feel like they can dress up.
If it's "affordable" then it's just like the other "shithole" movie theaters in greenport where the locals stuff hamburgers in their pockets to sneak past the sleeping ticket takers.
I hope it's not affordable. I hope they refuse to show any of these tepid marvel movies that encourage authoritarianism. The first showing should be the film Z (1969).
I say it lasts no more than a year and a halfReplyDelete
If they keep the theater partially lit like they do at cinema 8 then i will continue to go to Catskill.ReplyDelete