Coming Soon

Fall / Winter Parking changes as of Sep 1st.

Huron College Parking is no longer Free. 24 hour meters were put in during construction.
Springett lot is free for shows on Fri, Sat and Sun.
Social Science, Medical Science and Weldon lots are a $7.00 (cash only) parking charge which can be reimbursed Mon-Fri 7pm show only. Bring yellow card to ticket counter and we will reimburse. These lots are $6.00 coin entry all other shows and we cannot reimburse.
Free parking for late show Mon-Thursday is only at Siebens.

See map for details and other lots.

Dinner and a Movie has returned, now 5 nights a week! (Mon-Fri)
$12.99 for an entree at The Wave and a movie ticket. Movie ticket is now good for any movie in the next 30 days.

Midnight Movie Schedule Posted! Monty Python's Holy Grail, Mean Girls, Scott Pilgrim, Breakfast Club, V For Vendetta, The Room and more...check out the cult movies page.
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Western Film Status List
Updated Sep 29, 2014...

These films will be playing at Western Film:
(subject to unusual circumstances)

Transformers Age Of Extinction
Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes
Guardians Of The Galaxy.
If I Stay

These films probably will play at Western Film:
The Equalizer
Maleficent (we may not play this due to booking conditions from Disney)
Maze Runner*
A Million Ways to Die In The West
Purge : Anarchy
Sex Tape
100 Foot Journey
Into The Storm

These films probably won't play at Western Film:
No Good Deed
Sin City: A Dame To Kill For
Boyhood (almost 3 hour running time is hard to schedule around)
Planes 2
Step Up All In
The Giver
Expendables 3

These films won't be playing at Western Film. (subject to unusual circumstances)
The Captive
Dolphin Tale 2
Trip To Italy
When The Game Stands Tall
A Most Wanted Man
The November Man
Magic In The Moonlight
Let's Be Cops
As Above So Below
Spider-Man 2 (comes out on DVD before we reopen and is so long we can't fit in into the schedule for the first couple weeks back.)
The Grand Seduction
Begin Again
The Other Woman*
Milion Dollar Arm
Earth To Echo
Jersey Boys

*Twentieth Century Fox puts conditions on their bookings that prevent Western Film from playing most of their films.

This list does not include films that haven't been released yet. To inquire about a film not on the list please  E-mail us.

Will it be your Birthday soon?
Western Film wants to help you celebrate!
Just show ID at the Box Office on your birthday and you will
free admission and free medium pop and popcorn!


Starts Friday @
7:00 pm nightly.
Friday Oct 3- Thursday Oct 9

Rated 14A
99 minutes





A woman (Scarlett Johansson) forced to work as a drug mule for the mob in Taipei, Taiwan finds out that a drug implanted in her body has accidentally gotten into her blood stream.

As a result, she gains superhuman powers, including the ability to move objects using her mind, choosing not to feel pain and a highly advanced talent to absorb information. She turns the tables on her captors, transforming into a merciless warrior.

More in our Stage To Screen series.
Statford Festival productions filmed live in HD with surround sound.

Special Presentation
Admission $10.00 for Students and Seniors, $12.00 for Adults.

Sunday Oct 5
The Tempest
starring Christopher Plummer
Sunday Oct 26th
Twelfth Night
Starring Bryan Dennehy
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Sunday Nov 23
Caesar and Cleopatra
starring Christopher Plummer and Nikki M. James.



Starts Friday @
9:00 pm nightly.
Friday Oct 3- Thursday Oct 9

Rated PG
175 minutes

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TRANSFORMERS: Age Of Extinction



The fourth installment in the Transformers sci-fi/action series, this takes place four years after an epic battle saves the world, but leaves Chicago in tatters. Autobots and Decepticons are no longer wanted on Earth by humans and have gone into hiding.

Humans begin making their own Transformers out of a rare metal, using the Decepticons as models. When automobile mechanic Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg) brings home an old truck, he and his daughter Tessa (Nicola Peltz) soon realize it's a Transformer, and not just any Transformer — Optimus Prime.

With some human help, Optimus Prime and the Autobots rise to meet their most fearsome challenges yet, including a Decepticon named Lockdown, who is sent to destroy the Autobots. Humans and robots alike are swept up in a war of good and evil, ultimately leading to a climactic worldwide battle.

More in our Stage To Screen series.
The Royal Opera House productions filmed live in HD with surround sound.

Includes intermission and English subtitles.
Special Presentation
Admission $10.00 for Students and Seniors, $12.00 for Adults.

Sunday October 19th 2:00
Sunday November 30th 2:00
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