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  • Published on:  Monday, August 12, 2019
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  • penguinz0

    penguinz0

     3 months ago +2425

    Animation by https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZj7QQVYbWAVeQdCLBXZiyw

  • Iron clad lad

    Iron clad lad

     7 hours ago

    I remember a blockbuster near the house I've lived in all my life. Went there once, went again when it became a Halloween store, and now I occasional go for pollo loco.

  • Nate Draws

    Nate Draws

     yesterday

    Yo it was gone in the US before i was even born in mexico it was gone by 2016 i think

  • Annabel Castellanos

    Annabel Castellanos

     yesterday

    Oof
    We all know what happened to Enron

  • offical _GALAXY

    offical _GALAXY

     yesterday

    Lol I live where the last blockbuster is

  • Shannon Briggs

    Shannon Briggs

     2 days ago

    I’ll forever miss going to Blockbuster with my mum every Friday to rent a film/game for the weekend.

  • Andrew Zbinden

    Andrew Zbinden

     2 days ago

    And now, a moment of silence for Blockbuster.

  • Maribelle

    Maribelle

     3 days ago

    Pitch for Blockbuster: Basically Netflix with only new releases. ...idk if it already exists and I’m not gonna do any research but yeah... 🤷🏻‍♀️

  • TheOriginalCast `

    TheOriginalCast `

     3 days ago

    Keep doing these ur good at em

  • Spunk

    Spunk

     4 days ago

    story time animation??

  • The Anarcho-Luthierist

    The Anarcho-Luthierist

     4 days ago

    im not gonna look for it now, but i still have the last vhs tape i ever rented from there... "SLC punk" starring mathew lilliard... i hate movies that constantly break the fourth wall (ferris bueller style) but i still have it in a closet for some reason...

    another great example is kodak - kodak invented the digital camera, and then doubled down on film...

    but the best brick and mortar/cyber fail paradigm was montgomery wards - they were the only game in town for mail order products in america for over a goddamned century - you could order whole houses and cars and shit through their catalog - but they were spending money on their mall stores when they could've been transforming those catalogs into a website for a fraction of the cost - they could've been Amazon...

  • Steve Padilla

    Steve Padilla

     4 days ago

    My family was a Hollywood video/ game crazy family we got all of our games and movies there but eventually it closed and if I remember correctly it's a yoshinoya and taco Bell now lmao

  • HammerMeister1999

    HammerMeister1999

     5 days ago

    Might just be one of those self conjured memory deals but i vaguely remember Blockbuster also trying to compete with Redbox for a little bit. I swear as a kid i saw a machine at a store that looked like a Redbox but was Blockbuster branded. I say it might be self conjured tho bc i kept expecting you to bring it up and you didnt.

  • Nikolas Stoebick

    Nikolas Stoebick

     5 days ago

    Redbox was the true killer

  • JackInTheBloxys

    JackInTheBloxys

     5 days ago

    Really? I went to a blockbuster 5 years ago and its still there.

  • Emmanuel Glazer

    Emmanuel Glazer

     6 days ago

    We had a blockbuster for a long time in Fairbanks up until 2017 I think

  • Astro

    Astro

     6 days ago

    Even in animation. He still has a white shirt

  • Brian Ortiz

    Brian Ortiz

     6 days ago

    I think GameStop is losing money is because they don’t wanna pay a littl extra for return games and people would rather get the game online cheaper or from another place who would give more like independently ran game shops

  • Doggo

    Doggo

     6 days ago

    Suck it nerds, we have the last Blockbuster on the planet here in Oregon!

  • Yakkzy

    Yakkzy

     6 days ago

    How is family video still in business, it's pretty much just blockbuster but older