Madison Square 8 Cinemas Movie Showtimes
5905 University Drive
Huntsville AL 35806 map
Listening Devices available
Accessible to Disabled Audiences
Prices:adult: 7.75, senior: 5.75, child: 5.75
12:30pm, 3:45pm, 7:00pm, 10:15pm
1:20pm, 4:20pm, 7:20pm, 9:50pm
12:35pm, 3:50pm, 7:10pm, 10:20pm
12:55pm, 4:00pm, 6:50pm, 10:00pm
1:15pm, 4:30pm, 7:20pm, 10:10pm
1:10pm, 4:10pm, 7:25pm, 10:10pm
User reviews on Madison Square 8 Cinemas
My fiance and I went to the Madison Square Stadium Theater 1-8 on Sunday, February 12th, to watch Star Wars Episode 1 in 3D. We are both huge Star Wars fans, and thought this was going to be a great movie experience, and we were actually planning on staying after that movie, to see another movie. We are HIGHLY disappointed in this theater and the manager who was working at the time.
The movie was scheduled to start at 12:50pm. We waited until 1:00pm before I walked to the front counter to ask why the movie had not started yet; only to find 2 other people who were asking the same question about the movies they were supposed to be watching also...their movies had not started on time, either. The girl said "We'll get it started as soon as possible". I went back to the theater seating and waited another 10 minutes, then the previews finally started; a total of 20 minutes late. This wasn't the end of our problems. The lights also remained on during the previews of upcoming movies. I walked out again, this time finding the manager who was working at the time, and asked him if the lights were supposed to be left on during the previews; he said "NO. I'll get them turned off right away". Again, I walked back to my seat, and we waited through all of the previews, and the lights never got turned down/off. I walked back out to the hallway to find the manager again...he said "I'm on my way to shut the lights off now". I at least expected the lights to be off before the movie started, only to be disappointed in the fact that the lights REMAINED ON for the first 3 minutes of the movie! Yes, we enjoyed the rest of the movie after the lights went down, but someone has to obviously train the individuals who work there, on what to do and when to do it. We should have had a great afternoon for a "movie day"...if the movie had started on time, and the lights had been turned down when they were supposed to. Needless to say, we did NOT stay at this theater to see the other movies we wanted to see that day; but went to another theater instead.