Blockbuster, Hollywood Video and Suncoast Motion Picture Company ruled the 90s. Sure, people owned VHS tapes, but rentals were all the rage. On Friday nights, families and friends would flock to these now relic stores in anticipation to check out the latest and greatest VHS releases before they ran out or rent an old standby favorite. Here's a quick look at some of the movies we were sure to pick up. Tell us what your favorites were!! #History #preserve #digitization #declutter…
These are all of my Studio Ghibli and related works DVDs. Whenever The Wind Rises is released to buy, I plan on getting it too :) My Goshu and Arrietty are burnt copies simply because Goshu wasn't released in the U.S. and I prefer the British version of Arrietty to the Disney Dub. (Oh! And the little Norse prince too)
About this item Portable DVD player with 7-inch screen and stylish black textured cover Supports multiple DVD and CD disc formats, plus JPEG photo slideshows and MP3 audio Share the entertainment with 2 headphone jacks (35mm) and an A/V output to a TV or external monitor Built-in rechargeable battery provides up to 3 hours of continuous viewing Includes car power adapter and AC adapter See more product details
Rob Sheffield, a veteran rock and pop culture critic and staff writer for Rolling Stone magazine, wrote in his memoirs that nothing brings to life the times you lived through and the people you shared those times with like an old mixtape. Maybe to some. But I will argue that photos can do just the same.