Penn Cinema

2068 E. County Line Road,
Huntingdon Valley, PA 18974

Unfavorite No one has favorited this theater yet


View address on Google Maps

Related Websites

Penn Cinema (Official)

Additional Info

Firms: New Century Design & Construction

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 267.982.5795

Nearby Theaters

No theaters found within 30 miles

Penn Cinema

Located on E. County Line Road near Pennsylvania Turnpike. Operated by Penn Ketchum, the Penn Cinema with 7-screens and 700 automatic recliners opened November 1, 2018.

Brain Regli, of New Century Design & Construction, a partner, is also listed as the Architect.

Wood-fired pizza is among the enhanced concessions.

Contributed by rpierce

Recent comments (view all 3 comments)

fred1 on November 5, 2018 at 9:05 am

Did Regal had a complex there?

Cinedelphia on November 14, 2018 at 11:10 am

The Regal Huntington Valley 14 (which is now an LA Fitness) opened as part of that shopping plaza back in 1991 and closed in 2001. The old Regal 14 only had two nice big auditoriums with large screens w/ side masking and at some point, THX sound, etc. The rest of the auditoriums were pretty small. In fact, as I recall, the mid sized rooms were fairly long and narrow w/ top masking which was a bit odd and regressive for a ground up build in those days. The Penn Cinema is apparently part of a small regional chain of “boutique” cinemas. Haven’t been there yet, but took a look at the seating charts for all the auditoriums and it looks promising.

Cinedelphia on September 12, 2019 at 2:07 pm

Finally saw a movie a couple of weeks ago at this newest area theater. A saw Once Upon A Time…..In Hollywood in Aud #7. Decent sized room with comfy recliners. Sound and projection were very good and the screen bathed in different colors of light prior to the pre-show, etc was a nice touch. My only real complaint was while the screen was large and nicely proportioned to the auditorium size, it was a 1.85 to 1 aspect ratio screen with no movable masking. I am not a fan of 1.85 to 1 screens that are top masked for scope, but with proper masking I am ok with it; with no masking, watching a 2.39 to 1 ‘scope ratio film in a theater with bars at the top and bottom is frankly a second rate presentation that distracts from the experience of seeing a film in an otherwise nice theater.

You must login before making a comment.

New Comment

Subscribe Want to be emailed when a new comment is posted about this theater?
Just login to your account and subscribe to this theater.