Video Room has been serving the Piedmont Avenue neighborhood since 1988. We carry a large selection of movies on DVD and have an ever growing Blu-ray library. We specialize in hard-to-find and obscure cult classics, TV shows, foreign cinema, and film noir, in addition to the latest new releases. Check out our large Directors section and offbeat categories that make us unique. Kids and dogs are welcome. Senior discounts available. We do same day reservations. Free parking.

Regular Hours:

Monday-Thurday, 12pm-8pm
Friday-Saturday, 12pm-9pm
Sunday, 12pm-7pm

Holiday Hours:
Thanksgiving Day, 12pm-6pm
Christmas Eve, 12pm-6pm
Christmas Day, Closed
New Year's Eve, 12pm-6pm
New Year's Day, 12pm-8pm

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Sunday, July 24, 2011

New Releases - July 26, 2011

American Grindhouse [terrific documentary about US exploitation flicks/2010]

Cropsey [2010 documentary exploring urban legend of possible escaped mental patient in New Jersey and a missing girl]

Dylan Dog: Dead of Night [Superman Returns' Brandon Routh stars in this 2011 cult horror comedy about a supernatural detective caught in a war between vampires, werewolves and zombies]

Heartbeats [2010 Canadian menage a trois comedy with male and female best friends vying for same guy]

Ironclad [medieval war actioner with small band of soldiers trying to unseat evil dictator and minions starring Paul Giamatti, James Purefoy, Kate Mara and Brian Cox/2011]

King of Fighters, The [fun 2010 futuristic fighting thriller with Nikita's Maggie Q, Sean Faris and Ray Park]

Marwencol [Cult documentary about artist Mark Hogancamp/2010]

Nightmares in Red, White and Blue [great documentary about the history of the horror genre and how it has changed since 9/11 with many directors and stars interviewed including John Carpenter, Lance Henriksen, Joe Dante, Mick Garris, etc./2010]

Park Benches [Catherine Denueve-Mathieu Almaric French comedy]

Reggie Perrin: Set 1 [Series 1 and 2/British sitcom with Doc Martin's Martin Clunes/2009-2010]

Shark Week: Restless Fury [Discovery Channel specials made for their Shark Week events]

Source Code [exciting 2011 time travel thriller with Jake Gyllenhaal trying to avert terrorist tragedy by going back in time in 8 minute intervals/with Michelle Monaghan and Vera Farmiga]

Winter in Wartime [Netherlander teen boy helps a British soldier and decides to help the resistance in  this 2010 WWII drama]


Source Code

Winter in Wartime

Recent/New Arrivals:

Prize, The [rousing and fun Hitchcock-style thriller with Paul Newman great as boozing/womanizing writer who discovers a murder conspiracy before receiving the Nobel Prize/with Elke Sommer, Edward G. Robinson, Diane Baker, Kevin McCarthy and Leo G. Carroll/directed by Mark Robson/1963]

Smurfs, The: A Magical Smurf Adventure [10 epis from the 1981-1989 Season 2]

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