Cinemark 16 and XD
711 Evesham Road,
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Cinemark Theatres (Official)
Operated by: Cinemark
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: Cinemark 10
The Cinemark 16 is located at Route 30 and Evesham Road. Lions Head Plaza is easily accessible from Routes 295, 30, 70, and 73. Lions Head Plaza is in South Jersey, in the Philadelphia suburbs.
A November 1992 press release announced an anticipated Summer 1993 opening but it opened March 18, 1994. Planned in 30,000 square feet was a 10-screener with 1,900 luxury seats with cupholder armrests. A video game room near a multi-station concession stand was planned for the lobby.
December 30, 1998 press release announced that Cinemark would add six stadium style seating auditoriums to the ten screener. Expanded, the theatre would have 65,000 square feet, two box office stations, three concession stands, an ATM machine and a video arcade 3,000 seats, and stadium style seating in seven of the sixteen auditoriums. The stadium seating would be a sixteen inch height difference between each row, as well as a 48 inch difference between each aisle. Opening was anticipated by March of 1999. By 2020 the theatre had been fitted with recliner seats which reduced the total seating capacity to 1,304.
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worked as a projectionist at the 16 in 2003 i still vist the theater from time to time, has a good selection of films and all the big midnight shows
if this theater is affected, then AMC will have a huge hold on the South Jersey market.
Typical Cinemark design & layout. Cool midnight showings of classic films in the summer. Cliffhanger was my first movie here. Also saw Beverly Hills Cop 3 here as well. Broke up with an old girlfriend here after seeing The Mask of Zorro. Weird memory.
Very classy redesign. The color scheme on the outside used to be flourecent green, black, white & red. Glad to see it sticking around. It’s a great place to see a movie (for a multiplex).
This opened on March 18th, 1994. Its grand opening ad can be found in the photo section.
Enlarged to 16 screens and renamed Somerdale on April 14th, 1999. Grand opening ad also in photo section.
November 22nd, 2013 grand opening ad for the XD screen also in photo section.
This is a great theater and well run. I go there on a regular base. I enjoy the XD; Mad Max Fury Road was awesome on that screen. There is one drawback, the older theater have terrible sightlines, you have top sit in the back of the theater to avoid it’s slopping effect. The newer screens are perfect, theater 14, I believe is the best screen.
Please update, 1304 total seats, capacity reduced due to Cinemark Cinema Loungers