Take A Tour Of One Of The Last Blockbuster Video Stores In Operation

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In a world where Netflix and Chill has taken over the way we watch movies, many will never experience the wonder that is going to a physical movie rental store and picking out a flick to watch on a Saturday night!

Some of my fondest memories as a child was heading over to the local movie rental place, picking out the newest Nintendo game and a movie to watch when I wasn’t jamming out hard on the NES.

Those times have since passed for myself, but not for the lucky people who live near the 14 Blockbuster locations still open for business!

Back in the day, Blockbuster Video was king. At its peak back in 2004, Blockbuster had over 9,000 stores, but thanks to the internet and illegal downloads, plus online services such as Redbox and Netflix, Blockbuster is all but gone.

So, take a trip down memory lane and ignore the annoying commentary as we explore one of the few remaining Blockbuster stores in all of its glory.

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