The red cinemasy has closed its doors, after a long and arduous struggle to keep the doors open.
The cinema had been open for about two years, but had struggled financially in recent years, thanks in part to a decrease in box office receipts.
The doors reopened at 10:30 a.m.
Thursday after the film office had been closed for several days to allow staff time to get supplies.
Red Cinemas of Tucson is a Tucson-based cinema chain that operates in the Phoenix area, the city of Phoenix and several other cities.
The chain, which has been operating in Arizona since 1976, has theaters in Scottsdale, Mesa, Flagstaff, Tucson and Flagstaff.
The cinemas are located in the historic Red Hill district, about a mile west of downtown Tucson.
The Red Hill has been a hot spot for movie theater owners and patrons for years, and it’s also the scene of numerous gun violence incidents.
In the past year, several shooting incidents were reported in the Red Hill, including one that left a patron dead in December.
The first Red Hill Cinema opened in December 2011, when a gunman opened fire inside the building and killed two people, including the owner.
After a shooting there in November, another shooting took place inside the cinema in March, and a third was reported on July 4.
The latest shooting happened on July 9, when one man was shot multiple times and was pronounced dead at a hospital.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety confirmed the death of a man who died after being shot in the head in a Red Hill cinema on July 11.
In March, a man in his 30s was shot and killed outside the cinema.
On July 3, a gunman entered the Red Road Cinema and opened fire.
The man who was killed was identified as 25-year-old Joseph G. “Bud” Orellana.
The gunman then fled, but police found Orellanas body in a car parked outside the building.
The shooting prompted Red Hill Cinemas to close for good, but its doors will reopen at 10 a.