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Shores Theatre

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23495 Greater Mack
Saint Clair Shores, MI 48080
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(586) 775-6800
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Hollywood film Producer and FX Supervisor, David Michael Waszak has returned from Hollywood after hitting it Big in Hollywood. Waszak, 36, has returned to Michigan to screen the f...

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Local Filmmaker returns after hitting it Big in Hollywood! 2/19/2007

Hollywood film Producer and FX Supervisor, David Michael Waszak has returned from Hollywood after hitting it Big in Hollywood. Waszak, 36, has returned to Michigan to screen the first domestic film he produced, the cult thriller Rachel's Attic (R) along with the now classic short film, A Tribute to George A. Romero based on The 1968 classic, Night of the Living Dead. The short film won 1st place in the Rob Zombie short film contest in Detroit from WRIF Radio. Producer John Russo of the Original Classic said the film was very well made and first screened at the Zombie Jamboree in 1993 in PA when Waszak was just 23 years old. The short was the fist film Waszak wrote, produced, did the fx and directed on his own. David started his film career at the young age of 9 years old after seeing the re-release of the Original House of Wax in 3-D at the Carousel 1 & 2 Theatre in Warren and further realizing his love of make-up fx and film making after seeing Making Michael Jacksons Thriller in 1993. Since then he has over 60 credits to his name, including Bowling for Columbine, The TV Series Monk on USA and the TV Drama, Without a Trace. The Screening at the Madrid is part of a nationwide tour of the films and independent trailers from across the country and Hollywood. Local filmmakers are welcome to submit there trailer for approval. Screenings are set for this Spring. With screenings in Chicago, Westwood, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Detroit Metro Area and New York. For more info go to: www.myspace.com/nfxdetroit www.rachelsatticmovie.com www.myspace.com/romero_tribute_film more

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Thanks for the Memories!! 6/14/2006

The first movie I saw there was Gone with the Wind. The year was 1973 and my mom made me go. I loved the movie and the theatre. It had an old pop machine that dispensed cups for 25 cents. There was freshly popped popcorn with REAL butter. Also you bought you tickets from the little booth that faced the street. It had a big neon sign that read "Shores Madrid" above the movie titles. It was the best!! Two movies for a buck. I continue my love of this theatre to this day. I appreciate the updates and friendly service. I have been attending movies there for 26 years and still do "Movie Night" with my friends. more

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Shores Theatre 4/5/2006

This theater has had many changes over the years. remember as a kid walking to the theater to see movies. We would have to stand in line on Friday night to get in. For a while the theater began to show second run movies. The theater is now back to showing new releases. This theater is cheaper than the other chains. Their concession stand is reasonably priced. Although old the theater does offer comfortable seating with enough leg room. Their is a proposal for this theater to turn into a multiplex. Although still in the approval stages this would be a great boon for St. Clair Shores. more

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The Shores Madrid When I Was a Kid 4/4/2006

I remember this theatre fondly as I spent most of my saturdays there. Back than all it took was a dollar and we would see two movies and some cartoons (LOL). Centrally located in St. Clair Shores. Right at 9 Mile and greater mack across the street from Roy O'Briens. It's small but very comfortable. Now than play the older movies but still its a night out away from home. And than when you are done you can cross the street to the Travis Burger. more

oldie 8/28/2005

this is an old theatre that plays older cheap movies. and its great if you want a cheap and fun day this would be the place to go.I used to like taking the kids here when they were younger. they loved it it was a treat for them and it did not cost a lot. more

Nice small town theater! 7/31/2005

This theater is located at the corner of Mack Avenue and 9 Mile Roads. There is plenty of parking in the back. It shows first run movies that are newly released. It doesn't have the look of a big cinema but that's just fine because inside, the staff is nice, the place is clean and the price is right. It is also across the street from Shores Inn where you could enjoy dinner before or after the movie. more
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