VIDEO ROOM

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.

Hours:

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


Email (Questions/Feedback/Requests):
info @ videoroomoakland.com

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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

New Releases - July 31, 2012

DVDs:

Fresh [Ana Joanes directed this acclaimed 2009 documentary about the sorry state of food production in the US today and the farmers, thinkers and business people who are trying to change it for the better.]

Meeting Evil [In this mystery/suspense thriller, Samuel L. Jackson plays a stranger who asks innocent Luke Wilson for help with his car but takes the man hostage on a death/terror ride or else he will kill his wife and kids. Leslie Bibb, Peyton List and Tracie Thomas also star in this film directed by Chris Fisher. 2012.]

Patagonia Rising [Brian Lilla directed this gripping and beautiful documentary about the furious debate over the environmental and cultural impact of building 5 massive hydroelectric dams would have on Chile's Patagonia region. 2010.]

Recent/New Arrivals:

Golgo 13: The Professional [Excellent new remaster of the violent Japanimation classic thriller about an oil baron who will stop at nothing to hunt down and slay the professional assassin who killed his son in front of him on his birthday.]

Urotsukidoji New Saga [Striking Japanimation remake of Urotsukidoji: Legend of the Overfiend about an immortal beast-man of supernatural lusts that breaks out of prison and plans to feed on students at a college, but an ultra-god/killing machine inhabits the campus, causing them to battle while many innocent lives are lost.]

Notes by manager Steven Y. Mori.

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