Video World - The Death of a Video Store (Video Store Documentary)
Video World is like other movie rental stores. It's the best place in town to discover new films. It also went out of business. Documentary filmmaker Ben Churchill returns to his hometown of Woodbury, Connecticut to capture the store's final weeks and celebrate the dying culture of local video stores.
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Subject: i think this is the right place for this
I ran a Citadel-68K BBS in South Jersey from 1985-1989 or so. Yeah, so that's why I'm nostalgic. :)
What really surprised me was just up the street -- that the Little Spot went out of business. I thought that place would have been a gold mine but apparently not.
Pandora - I used to live about a mile north right off that street.
Wed Nov 07 2018 11:20:01 EST from pandoraWell, the food was good, and I dunno why the diner food here in austin doesn't taste as good. My odl house is apparently 3.3 miles away, I drove by it and took pictures, and then managed to find my 3way home without directions. I was rather proud considering I didn't drive when I lived in ny. The drive up 22 from white plains to bedford was AMAZING, I teared up quite a few times.
I spent 7-8 months in Austin...don't remember any actual diners. Some really good breakfast/lunch places, but never ran across an actual diner.