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Vue Cinema, Carlisle

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  • There are always great films to watch with the family. The Staff are always quite polite but act like they live there. They do sell really expensive add-ons such as popcorn and VIP seats The seats are...  more »
  • Clean, pleasant staff, good sized screens over all it was everything I could want from a cinema. Prices did seem a bit steep at £10 an adult and of course the theatre food was expensive but that's sta...  more »
  • When we visited Carlisle for the Christmas market we were unfortunate with the weather. After having something to eat in the nearby Lloyds pub we decided to visit the cinema. We checked the access wit...  more »
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  • Late night shows are good. Its petty much what you would expect from a provincial cinema on the edge of England. Eat before or after or bring in food, its not very good and overpriced. Image wise its getting a bit grainy now, time to upgrade the projectors as the sensors are clearly showing failure modes, intermittent digital spuriae (I have mentioned this a few timed but it never goes anywhere) and even moderate letterboxing. The sound system really needs addressing as it is rather distorted, it never used to be so but the sound quality has deteriorated noticeably over the past few years. The THX audio demo actually shows the problem is down partly to an inadequate room with a big suck out at 70 down to ~50Hz that is not EQ-based but very uneven and lumpy bass response. Usual culrpit: the room was measured empty and not EQed with people in it but based on theoretical occupation -- so the balance is very odd to say the least (unless reasonable numbers of people are in it -- which it rarely is). (Sub) Bass distortion gets higher and higher as lower frequencies are reached and while it's not loud or amped to the max, and actually the volume is moderate (and legal - yay!), the amplifiers are starting to clip in the higher registers, which at the given SPLs (80dB mean RMS at seated centre) peaking at ~84-86dB, the clipping suggests the amplifiers are either under specified or on the way out and in need of an upgrade - especially if a film needs Dolby Atmos rather than the left/right/centre multi-channel/"farty" bass its currently downmixes to. Ok, its a Cinema, its not great, but you know, for the ticket price it could and should be a whole lot better!
  • Trying to find "I,Daniel Blake" by Ken Loach on Vue's screen list. We were going to attend as a group, but unfortunately it isn't here. Why?
  • I'm not a fan of cinemas, we only visit the Autistic friendly events monthly which supposed to suit kids with special needs. Well, the staff is very helpful but the management don't really listen to requests from the parents. Just one example from the many: kids with autism have very sensitive hearing. The movie shouldn't be loud to suit them, but we have to ask the staff to lower the sound every time we are there.
  • I visited while on holiday in August 2016 for the first time. We booked our seats in advance. Food is well expensive here £3.50 for a bag of sweets but we brought our own sweets and drinks.
  • Been here a few times, always get the VIP seats... a little bit more but we'll worth it... centre of cinema with an awesome view of the screen.... snack and drink selection extensive, good choice.... staff very welcoming.....