What could be more warm and cozy than seeing a movie on a winter day during your Hilton Head vacation?
The experience is even better when the weather outside is chilly or rainy. Here’s where to see one on the big screen.
NORTHRIDGE CINEMA 10
Selected as Best of Hilton Head Island – Movie Theatres for 2021 by the Hilton Head Island Award Program. Voted “Readers Choice – Best Movie Theatre” by The Island Packet. Recognized as an American Express Members Favorites entertainment location. Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence Winner.
- Electric reclining lounge chairs with footrests in all auditoriums
- Beer and Wine Bar
- Expanded food options
- All Reserved Seating
- Game room
- 435 William Hilton Parkway #15, Hilton Head Island
- Movie Line: (843) 342-3800
- Office: (843) 342-3801
Settle in, put your feet up, and enjoy the show in oversize, electric-powered reclining Luxury Loungers—many seats are heated for ultimate relaxation. Conveniently equipped with cupholders and trays for you to lounge and enjoy your favorite movie snacks and drinks, these power recliners are reserved just for you when you buy tickets. Kick back and get cozy while you experience epic, larger-than-life thrills on the big screen.
Park Plaza Cinema
Lucie and Larry have owned the Park Plaza Cinema since 2010 and have been happily married for a great number of years. Since purchasing the Park Plaza Cinema they have renovated the cinema and completely transformed it into a place many locals and visitors alike visit very often. Check out their “Retro Urban” bar choices: hand picked wine, local beer on tap and domestic and premium beers. Pets are welcome, provided they weigh no more than 20 lbs.
Located in Coligny Plaza, Coligny Theatre is Hilton Head Island’s first movie theatre. It is the only one specializing in “Art House” films by independent producers aimed at an adult audience.
Originally named The Island Theater, first opened its doors in 1972, and was Hilton Head Island’s only theater for many years. With the explosive growth in popularity of the VCR and cable TV, movie theaters all across the country fell on hard times. Thousands closed their doors. Single-screen theaters like this one were usually among the first to go.
The operators of The Island Theater held on as long as possible, but declining revenue took its toll. The theater and its equipment had deteriorated badly, and the theatre ended a 25-year run, finally closing its doors in late 1997.
In 2001, the owners of Coligny Plaza decided that the plaza needed a movie theater.
The theater was renovated, renamed Coligny Theatre, and opened for business on March 1, 2002 as an “art house,” mostly showing films by independent producers, and aimed at an upscale adult audience. The artwork both inside and outside the theater was done by local artist Ralph Sutton.
- 1 N. Forest Beach, Building I-5, Hilton Head Island
- (843) 686-3500