Regal Cinemas Arbor 8 at Great Hills

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The Regal Cinemas Arbor 8 in North Austin is a longtime ATX gem in the rough. While they do show a rotation of popular studio films, they’ve always championed B-movies, art house films, documentaries and other special screenings. The best part: it feels like only a small sector of the population frequents the spot, so you’ll rarely run into a sold-out situation when looking for tickets. We love the artsy Arbor 8 for its dedication to keeping Austin weird!

By: David Brendan Hall

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Venue name: Regal Cinemas Arbor 8 at Great Hills
Contact:
Address: 9828 Great Hills Trl
Austin
78759
Opening hours: Daily 11am-11pm
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