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Crashing the Metro Theatre for some Adult Entertainment

Posted by Chandra Menard / July 9, 2009

Metro Theatre torontoToronto's (historic) Metro Theatre has had a "For Sale" sign on it for as long as I can remember. Faded images of women in lingerie on its façade promise "quality entertainment for adults", an unusual sight next door to the PAT supermarket in Koreatown.

The days when people had to venture out of their homes to view pornography are long gone (or so you'd think). But it's business as usual at the Metro, which means that there is a demographic out there that continues to experience porn in public.

Ever wonder what goes on behind those doors? I went in to find out, while I still had the chance.

I recruited a male friend to escort me that night, in fear that some perv would do I-don't-know-what to me if I was there alone. I was definitely stepping out of my comfort zone. We circled around Bloor and Clinton for a while before going in. I'm not sure if we were nervous or if we were scoping out the area to make sure no one we knew would see us there. It was probably a bit of both.
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Once inside, the box office is just at your right. A nice fellow sold us tickets at $9 apiece after letting us know that the theatre was closing at 10. Seems a bit early to shut down a porn theatre, but doors open at 10am (for those who like it early in the morning?).

The ticketer moved to the concession stand to sell us goodies. Unappealing packaged deserts and pop cans were the only options on hand, so I opted for a Kit Kat from the vending machine.

At this point, I was very aware of a scent in the air (musty? uriny?). I noticed there was a $1 coat check. A couple of older men were sitting around, quietly drinking coffee in the lobby.

The screening room was larger than expected, seating 275 according to the Metro's website. After our eyes adjusted, my friend counted six or seven people. I could make out some large chandeliers and fans on the ceiling (no air-conditioning here). There are bright multicoloured exit lights, illuminating a path so that patrons have the option of leaving discretely from the back of the theatre.

Here's where it got weird: men seemed to be roaming the aisles, and some were sitting closer and closer, across and behind us. It made me uncomfortable and (sadly) confirmed that women should probably not venture in alone.

The swarming creeped us out enough to leave. Using a passcode number stamped on our tickets, we opened a locked door to go upstairs to the second theatre (I think we might have gotten a freebie premium). This must have been the balcony back in the day (the Metro dates back to 1938). The seats have velvet cushions and squeak, and movie legends like Chaplin and Julie Andrews (in a scene from Mary Poppins) are painted on the walls. Best of all, no one was there.

As for the porn, it was definitely geared for straight men. All of the movies were shot on cheap video, shown in short clips, chock full of "money shots", and from different eras.

The Metro, though clearly a porn theatre, is available for event rentals. I got this blurb directly from their website: "Are you planning a major product launch, presentation, seminar or other prestige event which deserves dramatic impact?" I can confirm that launching a product here would very likely make a dramatic impact.

REMAX is listing the property at $3.5 million, noting its "potential for redevelopment, great retail area, high traffic and very vibrant surrounded by dense, pricey residential pockets." For the brave seeking an adventure in the city, get in before it becomes a hair salon.

Discussion

65 Comments

ZJ / July 9, 2009 at 09:31 am
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How sticky were the floors?
chandra / July 9, 2009 at 09:43 am
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No stickier than some of the multiplex theatres in Toronto! But to be safe, all of my clothes ended up in the washing machine after the visit.
ZJ / July 9, 2009 at 09:49 am
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Except in this case it was duck butter, not Becel on the floor!
Carl W. Heindl / July 9, 2009 at 09:50 am
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I live right across the street from the place. Friends have asked me if I've gone in ever - the joke seems funny until you have to imagine all the guys around probably wanking. At which point the idea turns sad and sour. From my window I see many older men leaving the joint, usually in the morning as well. They adjust their pants, have a cigarette and move on.
LMIH / July 9, 2009 at 09:51 am
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classy ZJ...
k386 / July 9, 2009 at 10:05 am
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Did you ask about the Car Batteries? I've always been curious...
chandra replying to a comment from Carl W. Heindl / July 9, 2009 at 10:08 am
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That's exactly what it was for me. My friends and I had always said we should go in for a laugh. I guess when I thought about writing this story I was hoping to have some funny material, but the Metro really is a hard core porn theatre.
ZJ / July 9, 2009 at 10:12 am
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Everyone needs at outlet.
We should be happy they are not hiding in bushes, punching one out to little children playing in the parks.
Thats far creepier than seeing some old man walk out of a private theatre with a satisfied look upon his face.
Teena in Toronto / July 9, 2009 at 10:22 am
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Thanks for sharing. I've walked by it a million times and always wondered what lurked inside the doors. I used to go to the Paradise after it became a revue theatre (it was also a porn theatre).
Carl W. Heindl / July 9, 2009 at 10:29 am
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We've always theorized that it's the last refuge for the older men (who share the same urges as any man) who we're from a time before the internet existed.
Butterworth / July 9, 2009 at 11:09 am
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I'm fascinated by all things seedy and went to the Metro once out of drunken curiosity. The first thing that hit me was the smell and overall grunginess of the place. It was perfect. The movies are the usual hard core straight porn that you can rent or see on the internet. The crowd was, as Carl W. Heindl theorizes, mostly older men wandering around in search of a wank or ... I don't know ... Love? Joy? Meaning? Diversion? I was offered a blow job by one of these friendly gents, but politely turned it down.

It made me think of those Tennessee Williams short stories, "Hard Candy" and "The Mysteries of the Joy Rio."

There were a couple of cross-dressers there that night as well.

I live in the area and I keep hoping that someone would buy the Metro and turn it into a revue theatre. On the other hand, it gives that stretch of Bloor a certain cache. It stands out as a paean of sleaziness amongst all the Korean restaurants and grocers.
gregg / July 9, 2009 at 11:19 am
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I always assumed this place was shut down. It never seemed to be open. But then i realized I'm usually in the area late at night, so the 10pm closing time (kind've early?) finally makes sense. I will be sure to get there a little earlier now. XD.


Awesome / July 9, 2009 at 11:23 am
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Everything else in this city tries for the crap "vintage" appeal. Why cant a porn theatre be just as vintage? Long live grainy 8mm porn!!
M-PC replying to a comment from k386 / July 9, 2009 at 12:54 pm
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Actually, in high school (which was not far from said theatre) we got our oldest-looking (bearded) friend to go in and inquire about the car batteries. The guy gave him a super apologetic "Sorry, man, we don't sell those anymore." Anymore?
Roger / July 9, 2009 at 01:25 pm
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I always thought the car batteries line was a euphemism. Any guesses what for?
oterry / July 9, 2009 at 01:50 pm
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I was in the upstairs theatre many years ago (10?) to see "City on Fire" presented by Collin Geddes. (Saw Tarantino there that night, too). There was the same weird mold/urine smell, but it was worse downstairs. When we were lining up to go in, people in cars were yelling "Perverts!", but I think they knew it wasn't a regular smut show. A memorable night.
Anal Avenger / July 9, 2009 at 02:46 pm
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I've been tempted for years to pick up some Korean Walnut Cakes, sit in the back row, and do like Peewee Herman (though I'm not sure why any cop in his right mind would arrest a guy for jerking off in a porno theatre)

Did you hear that Peewee Herman just died of a stroke? Actually, it was a series of little strokes! (old joke)

I figure this guy probably either frequents the place or stars in some of its movies:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/christoum/3704411688/
Bonnie / July 9, 2009 at 04:25 pm
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The only time I ventured into the Metro was at a screening for Bruce La Bruce's "Super 8 1/2"- a very appropriate setting. If I had the dough, I'd fix it up and screen porn, drive-in shlock and horror movies from past decades.

As a city, Toronto has not treated it's old movie theatres well. We either tear them down or use them as facades for Pottery Barn.

I hope whoever buys it sees its potential and doesn't turn it into a hair salon. Or a Pottery Barn.
Mike / July 9, 2009 at 06:05 pm
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Yeah. I was there one night. Tho the choice of venue was a bit nasty. But it was an awesome night.

Collin Geddes was showing a rare print of Master Killer (One of the greatest kung fu flicks of all time). Tarantino was there on a date with Mira Sorvino.

conscious / July 9, 2009 at 06:37 pm
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I have to admit I was curious as to how this article might have turned out had Chandra ventured in alone. Upon reading Benjamin Boles' response on NOW's site(http://bit.ly/iJDSI c/o BlogTO Twitter feed), were she not partnered up with a guy it sounds like it would have been less eventful.
albertdemers / July 9, 2009 at 07:22 pm
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I went there to see NEW YORK DOLLS and noticed a number of elderly chinese gentlemen scattered throughout the theater.Some promoter booked the theater for one night and booked a band.Advertised on the Spadina marquee in bold letters was,1 night only "New York Dolls"sold out.Promoter was thrilled with a sell out that night.However,the gentlemen were still glued to their seats awaiting the "DOLLS" that never came.It was a sad night in chinatown.
Mr. Knowitall / July 10, 2009 at 07:38 am
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Theatre is owned by Famous Players - but you're not supposed to know that.
jaded / July 10, 2009 at 08:09 am
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I love articles like this... intrepid reporter goes to a porn theatre and dutifully informs us that the movies they play are... wait for it... hardcore porn! geared towards straight men of all things! and the clientele are, who would've guessed, lonely guys looking for anonymous sex!

So, basically what goes in there is exactly what anyone would expect. Surprise!

What exactly did you expect to find?
Mark replying to a comment from conscious / July 10, 2009 at 09:56 am
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I found Boles' intro to the article interesting:

"It seems like every six months or so, an adventurous Toronto writer attempts to infiltrate the Metro Theatre to write an expose on what exactly goes on behind those mysterious doors."

Chandra's is the only article I've ever read about the Metro. Are there any other, possibly different takes on the theatre?
oterry replying to a comment from oterry / July 10, 2009 at 10:49 am
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(Correction: Master Killer not City on Fire. City on Fire was another night)
conscious replying to a comment from Mark / July 12, 2009 at 11:07 pm
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I haven't seen any other articles either, but I've read the 'every 6 months or so' journalistic device countless times. It's clearly used to belittle and lump writers into a group that is painted as naive and unprepared. While Boles had merit in revealing further information, the beginning is rather unjust.

It's fascinating to know what the average conservative woman is actually thinking when entering a dungeon of male sanctuary, filled with semen-fog and zombies with their hands in their pockets. If someone's doing that every six months I'll sure as hell read it.
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toronto-gay / September 13, 2009 at 04:46 pm
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though there websites that are free and easy to use, also for older men, it sounds strange to me that they go there because they don't know internet.
scotswee / November 29, 2009 at 08:07 am
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I'm not surprised by the patrons trying to get a closer look - there are women who attend adult cinemas with the express purpose of performing for the audience. I'm not sure if those goes on in Toronto but I've seen it in Amsterdam and London.
Sympathy / February 15, 2010 at 11:42 am
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If you don't like what happens at the Metro Theatre, then don't go in there !! It's a safe place for men and trannys (and swinging couples) to meet and have anonymous sex. What's wrong with that ? We're not suggesting that you try it, we're saying mind your own business. By the way, the same stuff happens at gay and lesbian bath houses across the City. You have an issue with that too ?

As for the reporter who went in to write a story...what a mindless amateur. Good luck with your career.
Gary Dupuis / May 9, 2010 at 04:31 pm
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Sorry to hear that the Metro Theatre went porno! Are there any other "oldtimers" on the Internet who remember the days whe the Metro Theatre was a respectable family theatre that ran westerns, comedies, war pictures, horror and sci fi films?

My brother and I grew up in the Bloor Street and Manning Avenue area in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the Metro Theatre was our neighbourhod movie theatre. Back in those days we used to see a 6 cartoons and a double feature at Saturday matiees.

Sometimes our parents or other adults would take us to the Metro at evening shows. Back in those days (pre-1962)movie theatres were not open on Sundays, and the Metro would have a change of program twice a week (Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday,then a new program for Thursday-Friday-Saturday)

Children's admission price was 25 cents. My brother who is 6 years older than I am, remembers when the children's admission was 15 cents, and adult admission was 90 cents.
We got our love of Hollywood films from attending the Metro Theatre, as well as from 2 other local theatres, the Alhambra and the Midtown (now called the Bloor Cinema)

At the Metro we saw films like "The Alamo" "The Sons of Katie Elder" and horror movies lie "The Raven" "Tarantula". The Metro also occasionally ran older films from the 30s and 40s ie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Abbott and Costello comedies.

We have fond memories of the Metro Theatre as it was a significant part of our childhood.
Gary Dupuis / May 9, 2010 at 04:31 pm
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Sorry to hear that the Metro Theatre went porno! Are there any other "oldtimers" on the Internet who remember the days whe the Metro Theatre was a respectable family theatre that ran westerns, comedies, war pictures, horror and sci fi films?

My brother and I grew up in the Bloor Street and Manning Avenue area in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the Metro Theatre was our neighbourhod movie theatre. Back in those days we used to see a 6 cartoons and a double feature at Saturday matiees.

Sometimes our parents or other adults would take us to the Metro at evening shows. Back in those days (pre-1962)movie theatres were not open on Sundays, and the Metro would have a change of program twice a week (Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday,then a new program for Thursday-Friday-Saturday)

Children's admission price was 25 cents. My brother who is 6 years older than I am, remembers when the children's admission was 15 cents, and adult admission was 90 cents.
We got our love of Hollywood films from attending the Metro Theatre, as well as from 2 other local theatres, the Alhambra and the Midtown (now called the Bloor Cinema)

At the Metro we saw films like "The Alamo" "The Sons of Katie Elder" and horror movies lie "The Raven" "Tarantula". The Metro also occasionally ran older films from the 30s and 40s ie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Abbott and Costello comedies.

We have fond memories of the Metro Theatre as it was a significant part of our childhood.
Gary Dupuis / May 9, 2010 at 04:32 pm
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Sorry to hear that the Metro Theatre went porno! Are there any other "oldtimers" on the Internet who remember the days whe the Metro Theatre was a respectable family theatre that ran westerns, comedies, war pictures, horror and sci fi films?

My brother and I grew up in the Bloor Street and Manning Avenue area in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the Metro Theatre was our neighbourhod movie theatre. Back in those days we used to see a 6 cartoons and a double feature at Saturday matiees.

Sometimes our parents or other adults would take us to the Metro at evening shows. Back in those days (pre-1962)movie theatres were not open on Sundays, and the Metro would have a change of program twice a week (Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday,then a new program for Thursday-Friday-Saturday)

Children's admission price was 25 cents. My brother who is 6 years older than I am, remembers when the children's admission was 15 cents, and adult admission was 90 cents.
We got our love of Hollywood films from attending the Metro Theatre, as well as from 2 other local theatres, the Alhambra and the Midtown (now called the Bloor Cinema)

At the Metro we saw films like "The Alamo" "The Sons of Katie Elder" and horror movies lie "The Raven" "Tarantula". The Metro also occasionally ran older films from the 30s and 40s ie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Abbott and Costello comedies.

We have fond memories of the Metro Theatre as it was a significant part of our childhood.
Gary Dupuis / May 9, 2010 at 04:33 pm
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Sorry to hear that the Metro Theatre went porno! Are there any other "oldtimers" on the Internet who remember the days whe the Metro Theatre was a respectable family theatre that ran westerns, comedies, war pictures, horror and sci fi films?

My brother and I grew up in the Bloor Street and Manning Avenue area in the late 1950s and early 1960s, and the Metro Theatre was our neighbourhod movie theatre. Back in those days we used to see a 6 cartoons and a double feature at Saturday matiees.

Sometimes our parents or other adults would take us to the Metro at evening shows. Back in those days (pre-1962)movie theatres were not open on Sundays, and the Metro would have a change of program twice a week (Monday-Tuesday-Wednesday,then a new program for Thursday-Friday-Saturday)

Children's admission price was 25 cents. My brother who is 6 years older than I am, remembers when the children's admission was 15 cents, and adult admission was 90 cents.
We got our love of Hollywood films from attending the Metro Theatre, as well as from 2 other local theatres, the Alhambra and the Midtown (now called the Bloor Cinema)

At the Metro we saw films like "The Alamo" "The Sons of Katie Elder" and horror movies lie "The Raven" "Tarantula". The Metro also occasionally ran older films from the 30s and 40s ie Chaplin, Laurel and Hardy and Abbott and Costello comedies.

We have fond memories of the Metro Theatre as it was a significant part of our childhood.
Scott / June 14, 2010 at 11:52 pm
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I'm devastated to just be learning that the Metro has closed. If it closed 2 years ago I guess it's been a good bit longer since I've been there than I'd like to think. While most of the entries here and a couple of other sites I've just read talk about "what goes on behind those mysterious doors" I knew very well. Depending on what was happening in my life I'd hit the Metro anywhere from 2 to 6+ times a year, but lately I've moved outside the GTA so not very doable.

I loved the Metro, I'd been going there for about 20 years. I was always planning a trip back but somehow never got around to it. I had more good times in there than I can remember.

A few of the key frases I've read; "If you don't want to know then do go"; "The audience weren't trouble makers"; "A safe quite place were people could go and not disturb the rest of society"; and so on.

I wish I could have visited once last time. Good bye Metro Theater, thanks for all the great times.
Mike / September 19, 2010 at 11:40 am
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The Metro has not closed. It's still going strong, the projector could use a new bulb (the color is a little off now). It's a great way for any guy to go in and get a BJ for only $9 cost of admission. I go at least once a week. I'm not gay, just fat, and can't pick up any chicks.
chris / November 5, 2010 at 09:57 am
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Is it still open or did it finally close? everything i read talk like it closed 4-5 years ago, but your post is from 09..
chris / November 5, 2010 at 10:00 am
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has this infact closed now? I read a few things about it that it had closed 4-5 years ago but your post is from 09?
Mike / November 9, 2010 at 04:44 pm
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This place is still going strong as has been the best place to watch Pornos that I've seen around town. I've been to different cinemas and Video places but nothing seems to compare to this Metro Theater and I have gone there for years. Its quiet, and roomy, and dark to do whatever you would like to.
The people there seem friendly and you can go there in different attire and walk around freely with people who wouldnt judge you for it.
chris / November 10, 2010 at 04:05 pm
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Is there a website or phone #? all the ones I find are either incorrect or dead!

I find it odd there is no online info about it at all.. :/
joe / December 13, 2010 at 03:46 pm
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is this a men only establishment . Another words can you bring a women . and is there anyones where you can ?
chandra / December 18, 2010 at 03:04 pm
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The ticket counter guy didn't blink when I asked how much to get in (and I am a girl). I doubt The Metro would turn away anyone willing to shell out the $9 admission, but female-friendly? Not so much.

Maybe your girlfriend would prefer the annual feminist porn awards screening in April?

http://www.goodforher.com/fpa_2011

or screening events at Goodhandy's:

http://www.goodhandys.com/
Mark / February 8, 2011 at 01:08 pm
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Great little place to go to, cheap for the wallet and friendly there. Big screens, variable movies, very entertaining.
Different with every visit.
Chris / March 16, 2011 at 08:54 pm
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If anyone does go, can you post a working phone number or direct me to a website with up to date info.. We are interested in going but coming from out of town!
d.smith replying to a comment from Chris / April 20, 2011 at 10:07 pm
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Just there today, it is located at Bloor st. and Christie Ave. One block east on the south side. Use Google Earth to find it, its quite intertaining...
MIke / April 23, 2011 at 12:31 pm
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Nice little place to go to. Much better than most places around town. If you go in there you know what to expect and you know that you will leave there very happy with what you were able to get out of the experience. Friendly and variable flicks that won't disappoint.
Ryan and Tammy / October 24, 2011 at 11:25 pm
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Do couples ever go to have some fun...Sounds like a fun place place to have Tammy have a little discreet fun..
Ryan and Tammy / October 24, 2011 at 11:27 pm
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Do couples ever go to have some fun...Sounds like a fun place place to have Tammy have a little discreet fun..
Tammy and Ryan / October 24, 2011 at 11:31 pm
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Do couples ever go, we would like to give it a try
Mike / October 25, 2011 at 01:39 am
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Couples have gone there a number of times and are always welcome.
hetesh / December 1, 2011 at 07:09 pm
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does the bj performed by male or female ?
Adam / December 7, 2011 at 03:00 pm
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Thinking of going there tonight to check it out - 39 yrs old male. Kind of sounds interesting - anyone else attending or interested?
Brian / February 24, 2012 at 09:36 am
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I am heading to the Metro this Sat Feb 25 around 1:00 PM to have some fun. i will be wearing stayups and a thong and would love for any couples, women or hot men to join me for some fun.
John / March 16, 2012 at 01:42 pm
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I used to go there 5 plus years ago and liked it well enough. Among other things, I like the architecthure and history of the place. I've seen women there before, although not often.

I now go the Loft at Yonge south of College. It's easier to get to and it's more conducive to watching & being watched, which is a fave of mine.
Chris / April 27, 2012 at 10:33 pm
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hot damn looks like an interesting place. Is there any sexual activities practiced in the theater while movie is running?
Jen and Bryan / May 4, 2012 at 10:06 am
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My fiance Bryan and I are planning a trip to the Metro tomorrow (Saturday) is this place cool with couples attending? Are there any limits to what Bryan and I could do in the theatre during the film?
bob / May 18, 2012 at 02:57 am
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hey im giong this sunday late afternoon jen or tammy please come...or any ladies love to fool around...
Greg / July 15, 2012 at 04:24 pm
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This theatre is not run or owned by Famous Players (as stated above) and has never been run or owned by Famous Players. In the 70's and 80's Famous Players did run a handful of adult cinemas named "Eve" or "Eden" in larger cities across the country that played double or triple bills of adult fare. The two in Toronto were both at Bloor & Bathurst, one opened as the beautiful King George theatre, renamed The Alhambra theatre in the 1930's on the N/W corner of Bloor & Bathurst and then The Eve cinema (demolished in the late 80's, now a ReMax office). On the N/E corner was The Eden cinema, formally the Midtown cinema and then renamed in the early-80's to The Bloor cinema. It survives today as the newly renovated (and very nice) Bloor Hotdocs cinema.
swabip / July 20, 2012 at 10:51 am
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Hello,

Just curious to know if couples (M&F) or gals visit this place. Me and my hubby are planning to visit this place soon and would like to know what fun we could encounter.

lep / August 2, 2012 at 04:03 pm
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I remember this theater in the 80's when they would show all-night 5 horror movies on Fridays and Saturdays. It would start at midnight and run till dawn. It would be great to see that again!
lep replying to a comment from Chris / August 2, 2012 at 04:07 pm
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Oh yes...
lep replying to a comment from Tammy and Ryan / August 2, 2012 at 04:10 pm
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Ryan... going back?
v / August 4, 2012 at 03:49 pm
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The theatre was own by Nathan Taylor: the co-founder of the original Cineplex Odeon chain.
Jay / September 7, 2012 at 05:04 pm
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Not sure if the Metro has gone to its new art house format yet, but I remember going there a few times in recent years when it still was a porn theatre. Straight up, the main reason I went there was to look for a little on-the-side sex!

Sex among the patrons was usually available for those who sought it. And the sex I'm referring to was usually getting masturbated, or, if you got luckier, you might even score getting oral sex. In rarer circumstances anal sex, both top and bottom, was on offer, but I wasn't daring enough for that.

Of course it wasn't always that simple: sometimes it might be difficult to find someone suitable to be your partner, sometimes "trolls" were around, other times just not enough others there to find anything. In essence, it wasn't a sure thing, but no doubt the regulars knew the best times to go.

Usually, I'd find someplace discreet to sit and try to get into the movie and get turned on. Before long, someone would sit a few seats away - to see if I'm interested. (Guys will usually be interested if they are unzipped and exposed!) I won't go into all the detail, but eventually my pants and underwear would be down below my crotch and I'd receive sex (hand or oral) from my anonymous partner. In these circumstances, it was easy sex!

Sometimes others would sit close by and watch, so your privacy can be compromised, but you can't be shy in there and expect sex.

I know it's not every straight male's thing to do, but I was usually satisfied when I left the theatre. After all, sex is sex.

I've moved on, but I'll remember the place.

Alan Lombardo / August 7, 2013 at 03:19 am
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Well this is a great news for the adult entertainment. They can have a place to showcase once again movies and entertainment.

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