Looking for a way to get out of the house with the kids but stay in the air conditioning and not spend a fortune? Look no further than the free and cheap movies offered by various local theaters. We do our best to keep this list up to date but encourage you to call the theater to verify the showing before you get there.*[themify_box style=”lavender rounded” ]For even more FREE family-fun this summer, check out our full 2016 Summer Fun Guide. It’s filled with information on area concerts, indoor and outdoor children’s activities, pools and splashpads, festivals, fairs, carnivals and more! Your children will not be bored this summer! [/themify_box]
Cinemark Summer Movie Clubhouse
This is a 10-week program that provides parents and their children a safe, fun, entertainment experience this summer. Each Monday through Thursday, from June 1- August 5 they will show re-released classic G- and PG-rated family-friendly films. Movies start at 10 a.m. Cost is $5 for 10 movies or $1 per show. A Kiddie Combo includes a small drink and popcorn for $2.65.
May 30 – June 2 – Max
June 6 – 9 – Paddington
June 13 – 16 – Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Road Chip
June 23 – 23 – The Peanuts Movie
June 27 – 30 – Pan
July 4 – 7 – Home
July 11 – 14 – The BoxTrolls
July 18 – 21 – The Sandlot
July 25 – 28 – Norm of the North
August 1 – 4 – Shaun the Sheep Movie
Regal Hollywood 18 $1 Family Movies
For nine-weeks, Regal Cinemas will offer selected G or PG rated movies for only a dollar on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 10AM.
Note: A portion of proceeds from the Summer Movie Express will be donated to the Will Rogers Institute. Will Rogers uses the money to fund the institute’s mission in the areas of medical research and health education. The Regal Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) charity established by Regal Entertainment Group, also provides monetary grants to local Boys and Girls Clubs to bring club members to the Summer Movie Express.
June 7 & 8 – The Lego Movie and Max
June 14 & 15 – Goosebumps and The Iron Giant: Signature Edition
June 21 & 22 – Pan and The Smurfs 2
June 28 & 29 – Despicable Me 2 and Home
July 5 & 6 – Minions and The Peanuts Movie
July 12 & 13 – Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Road Chip and Curious George
July 19 & 20 – The Book of Life and Hotel Transylvania 2
July 26 & 27 – Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2 and Shaun The Sheep
August 2 & 3 – The Croods and Dr. Suess’ The Lorax
Carmike Cinemas Summer Movies
Every Tuesday and Thursday in both Huntsville and Decatur at 10AM (doors open at 9:30AM) for 10 weeks, these theaters will show G or PG movies only. Admission is $4 and includes a small popcorn and small drink this special promotion.
June 2 – Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
June 7 & 9 – The Croods
June 14 & 16 – Epic
June 21 & 23 – Home
June 28 & 30 – How to Train Your Dragon 2
July 5 & 7 – Kung Fu Panda 2
July 12 & 14 – Monsters Vs. Aliens
July 19 & 21 – Rio 2
July 16 & 28 – The Peanuts Movie
August 2 & 4 – Penguins of Madagascar
Movies in the Park (Downtown)
HHF will be offering three family-friendly movies on the Big Screen in Big Spring Park East at sundown on the second Friday of June, July and August. Local food trucks will provide delicious treats beginning at 6PM with fun activities available for kids of all ages!
June 10 – The Goonies
July 8 – Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark
August 12 – Aladdin
Movies in the Park (Providence)
This summer there are not one but two options for people who enjoy catching free movies outside! That’s because the Village of Providence is also offering a summer of movies in their own “park” (the large green space on Providence Main Street right next to Mellow Mushroom). Movies are free and open to the public and begin at dusk, usually between 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.
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May 13 – Minions
June 17 – Star Wars: The Force Awakens
July 15 – Big Hero 6
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