We all love a trip to the movie theatre, but do you know what really goes on behind the velvet curtain? When the lights go down, they hide a myriad of dark secrets that the people in charge of movie theatres do not want you to know. Here’s our top 10.
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Be Amazed at these Top 10 secrets movie theatres don’t want you to know! You may be sick - We go to the movies to relax, to escape from our daily lives for a couple of hours. Audiovisual lies - I doubt you’ve ever bought earplugs to a theatre, but maybe you should think about it. You won't save money buying snack combos - Gorging yourself on snacks is one of the best parts of going to the movies. The staff like to have fun - When they’ve finished selling you some ridiculous 3D glasses, or sweeping up your dropped popcorn, movie theatre staff like to let off some steam. Your theatre isn’t clean - Theatres make their money by packing their shows full of people. As a result, they don’t allow much time between shows to clean the auditorium.
You might see some previews that shock you - One of the most annoying things about visiting the theatre is when you turn up at the time shown online or on the ticket, but the movie doesn’t start until half an hour later. Popcorn is expensive - We’ve already established that movie snacks are expensive, but did you know that like for like, movie popcorn costs more than the finest fillet steak? You’ll be shown lots of ads - As we mentioned before, another way theatres can make money is to show you ads before the movie. Get the best seat in the house - Not all seats in the theatre are created equal. When auditoriums are being designed and maintained, the audio technicians usually sit in a seat two-thirds of the way back, bang in the centre, when they’re calibrating the equipment. You’ll be subject to subliminal selling - We know that theatres need to sell you as many snacks as they can, but you also need to know that they’ll stop at nothing to do it.