A beacon of gayness in the best gay area in San Francisco. One of the last indie theaters on the west coast.
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I love the Castro Theatre. It harkens back to another era of moviegoing. The organ, the big screen, the selection of films...it all adds up to a great experience. I would put it in a do not miss list especially if you love old movie...More
A great old style cinema. They really don't make them like this any more. We went to the silent film festival. Our first experience of a silent film and this theatre. We were blown away with the film, the venue and the staff. A great...More
Castro is the most famous area in LGBT community... the theatre is basically in the middle of it. I have been visiting this historic area with my family and it's something you want definitively see if you are in San Francisco especially after having seen...More
First time Visitor to the Castro Theatre The Interior of this Cinema/Theatre is utterly remarkable,historic fixtures/fittings,it is truly a majestic place to sit inside and watch a film. We saw the camp classic Whatever Happened to Baby Jane with Davis and Crawford but it has...More
Take your best singing friends out for thrill and join in all the songs on the screen. Just seeing a classic theater is worth the price of the ticket.
Such a wonderful old theatre in an amazing district - the theatre has atmosphere and charm that can never be reproduced in a modern theatre. One of a kind.
It is sad to see a lot of these old theatres being torn down and losing the History with it. This was a nice throwback to those times in a very interesting district of the city. We passed through on our SF City Walking Tour....More
If you are a cinephile, make sure to stop by and watch some film at the Castro Theater. It's a historically important theater and they usually have double-features every day. The seats are not the greatest, but you will most likely have a good time...More
Gorgeous movie theater from the age of movie palaces. Lots of special shoes here, including live acts. Sometimes the organist entertains. Historic.