The Black Dog Video Newsletter: End of Days Edition!

We’re approaching the finality of the BIG SALE. I still can’t believe that this is happening. Part of me is incredibly sad but part of me also cannot wait for it to be over. It’s been an incredibly stressful and emotional few weeks. But I won’t burden you with my problems.

Strap on your buying pants, here’s what you need to know for this Sunday (May 22nd)

Doors open at noon and close at 6pm (that’s about all we can take). We will be open regular hours (12-8pm) for the duration of us in business – sometime near the end of June. The sale will continue until then. As will rentals (New Releases and whatever we have left).

All catalogue films will be on sale. No New Releases. No TV series. No Collectibles. These will be made available for purchase later.

Masks are encouraged to keep everyone safe(ish).

Because it’s a small shop we’re only letting in a certain number of folks at a time (probably around 15-20). Please keep your shopping short and sweet. Bring a list. Also be prepared to not get everything on that list.

Please bring your own bags.

You pay cash (preferred) we’ll pay the tax.

There will not be any deals so please don’t ask

If you’re renting on Sunday,  come later in the day (maybe it’s not the best day to rent)

Please be patient and kind as it’s going to be a trying time for us all. You may not get everything that you want. You can scream into the void after you leave the shop.

New Things creeping onto the shelves this week:

 

Keep an Eye Out – Latest weirdness from weirdo Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Wrong) finds a guy at a police station where everyone is crazy. Pretty fun, weird (did I mention weird?) French little number. Blu Ray only.

Studio 666 – The Foo Fighters movie into a haunted mansion in Encino to record an album. All hell breaks loose. Literally and figuratively and literally.

 

Oh, and lost in all this mayhem – we managed to record a new podcast episode! Listen as us louts and a special guest star sit down, have a few pops, and talk about our feelings. Our feelings, that is, about the classic 80’s thriller The Stepfather!

One last thing – our resident comedian, Dylan Rhymer, just dropped a new comedy album. You should buy it! He’s a funny fella!

That’s it for this week, folks. Stay healthy, be nice and keep watching. For now.

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