Cinespia, Hollywood, California

Cinespia, Hollywood, California
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While for most of us, watching a movie is all about enjoying, relaxing and having a good time. Whereas there is a cinema theater located in Hollywood, California which offers the same experience but in the company of the dead buried under the gravestones. Yes, you read that right. Cinespia hosts outdoor movie nights at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery where the graves of legends like Marion Davies, Peter Lorre, John Huston, Fay Wray, Harry Cohn, Bugsy Siegel and Carl “Alfalfa” Switzer resides. Although creepy, many folks turn up to these movie screenings to have an unforgettable experience at movie-watching.

Kino International, Berlin, Germany

Kino International, Berlin, Germany
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Being a host of a strong list of movie premieres, festivals, and parties, Kino International also has a great history behind it as it is one of the old remnants of the Cold War and is active since Germany’s socialist period. The movie theater is marked as a heritage center which means that in no consequences, the outside facade of Kino International, along with its furnishing and interiors can be altered.

4DX, Seoul, South Korea

4DX, Seoul, South Korea
Source: Businesskorea.co.kr

Credited as the first 4-D movie theater in the world, 4DX, located in Seoul, South Korea hosts screenings of latest studio releases. The movie theater actually upgrades the 3-D experience to a whole new level by introducing movement and scent, as well as wind and water effects in sync with the movie being screened. However, the theater management has a strict policy on who are eligible to experience the movie at 4DX as its amusement park-type effects are not suited for all.

The Castro Theatre, San Francisco, United States

The Castro Theatre, San Francisco, United States
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If you wondered how was the experience of watching a movie in the first half of the 20th century in the United States under its trademark Movie Palaces with grandeur designs across the major cities, then the Castro Theatre is the right place for you. Its Mexican cathedral-inspire facade is one of the major attractions for tourists especially the crazy movie fans.

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Secret Cinema, Worldwide

Secret Cinema, Worldwide
Source: Creativereview.co.uk

Now this is not a single theater physically located at a particular destination. Secret Cinema, in fact, is an organization based in London that organizes monthly movie screenings keeping the mystery of its next location. You need to register in order to know about the next location of the movie screening. In addition to the movie screening, such Secret Cinema group also hosts some live-action version of scenes from the movies with the help of hired actors right before the original movie, to keep the audience entertained before the finale.

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