Star Wars Costume Policy
Warren Theatres will be enforcing the following costume policy for Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens: Costumes will be allowed for all Star Wars patrons with the following exceptions: No full masks. No face paint. No replica weapons. For more info, click here.
Zero Tolerance Cell Phone Policy
In response to customer complaints and demands, Warren Theatres is now enforcing a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY on CELL PHONE usage during the on screen presentation. If theatre staff or security witnesses a customer using a cell phone during any part of the on screen presentation, that customer will be asked to leave WITHOUT a REFUND. Please turn off cell phones, or put them on vibrate before entering the auditorium, and take all calls and text messages outside of the auditorium.
For customers who need to leave their cell phones on vibrate due to emergencies or on call services, we simply ask that you take the phone calls and answer messages outside of the theatre auditorium.
Rated R Policy
You must be 17 years of age (proof required) to see a rated "R" feature. You must also be 17 (proof required) to buy a ticket for a rated "R" feature.
If you are not 17, you must be accompanied by YOUR parent or parents, and YOUR parent or parents must remain with you throughout the entire feature.
- Older brothers or sisters who are 17+ cannot take their under 17 siblings to see a Rated R feature.
- Parents can only take their own child or children to a rated "R" feature.
No Outside Food or Drink Permitted
The Warren Theatre provides many food and beverage choices. Please do not bring any food or drink with you to the theatre.
No Smoking/Electronic Cigarettes
In addition to being a no-smoking facility, the use of electronic cigarettes is prohibited at all Warren Theatres locations.
No Cameras/Recording Equipment Allowed
Illegal camcording in movie theaters is the source of over 90% of all illegally copied movies in their initial release form. Camcording in movie theaters is a federal felony punishable by steep fines and up to three years in prison, and is also a criminal violation under state law in most states.