At the movies
Sit back and relax in a comfy seat with the latest film playing on the big screen
Light House Cinema
52 Beach Street, Petone, Lower Hutt
Light House Cinema is an independent, locally run business. Starting from small beginnings Light House has steadily grown to become one of the capital’s favourite cinemas across three locations. See a diverse range of applauded independent films and blockbusters. Relax in cosy cinemas with great movies, great coffee, boutique beers and fine wines.
8a Miro Street, Wallaceville, Upper Hutt
This boutique cinema is the only locally owned and operated Cinema in Upper Hutt. Sit back and relax in this trendy, locally owned boutique cinema. Equipped with treats such as café style hot food, hot drinks and a fully licensed bar this premium, state of the art 40 seat cinema will make you feel as luxurious as can be as you catch your favourite film. Miro Cinema is located just outside of Upper Hutt City Centre and is only a two minute walk from Wallaceville Train Station.
68 - 70 Queen Street, Upper Hutt
Located right in the heart of Upper Hutt, this nationwide cinema chain can promise you the latest Hollywood block busters! With live concerts, met operas and national theatre screenings there is something for everyone. Popcorn, soft drinks, and the all-time favourite choc dipped ice creams, Monterey Cinemas ticks all the boxes for a perfect movie experience.
Watch movies made here in the Hutt
Give a nod to local film talent and support services by watching these great movies online via your preferred provider - and look out for familiar locations.
Daffodils (2019) - based in Avalon Studios, and valley wide
Wellington Paranormal (TVNZ, 2019) - based in Avalon Studios, plus various locations
Pete's Dragon (2016) - Akatarawa, Birchville
Tangiwai (2011) - some locations in Petone
Without a Paddle (2004) - Hutt Hospital and various locations
Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring (2001) - Taita, Dry Creek, Kaitoke