December 15, 2021 - Holiday Hours

We’ll be closing a little earlier than usual on 12/23 through 12/25, at 6pm instead of 7pm. We’ll still be opening at noon all three days.

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November 24, 2021 - Normal hours Thanksgiving and Black Friday

We want to remind all customers that we’ll be open normal hours on Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday.

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October 20, 2021 - Madison Night Market 10/22

Hello Video Angels,
We want to let you know we’ll be out at the Madison Night Market this Friday, October 22nd from 4pm to 9pm, which is happening in conjunction with Science On The Square.

Hope to see you there!

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September 15, 2021 - Night Market 9/16

We’ll be at the Madison Night Market tomorrow from 4pm to 9pm, selling used DVDs, in front of Peanut Butter & Jelly Deli. We hope to see you there!

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August 17, 2021

Madison Night Market 8/19

Hello Video Angels,

We want to let you all know that we’ll have a booth at Madison Night Market this Thursday, August 19th. We’ll be selling used DVDs with a buy one, get one free deal. We’ll be set up right in front of the store on Gilman St, a little bit away from the Night Market’s new main drag of State Street. We’ll be set up from 4pm to 9pm, and our regular storefront will be open a little later until 9pm as well.

We hope to see you all there!


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12pm - 7pm every day
in-store browsing and curbside

delivery Friday only

459 W Gilman Street, Madison WI

Coming Attractions

January 18

The Addams Family 2
Breakdown (Blu Ray only)
Champagne and Bullets (Blu Ray only)
Ema (DVD)
Joe The King
Kitten With A Whip (Blu Ray only)
Last Night In Soho
Memoir Of War
The Open Road
Shoot To Kill
Stone Of Destiny
Time (Criterion)
Tough Guys Don’t Dance (Blu Ray only)
Urban Legends: Bloody Mary

January 11

The Caveman’s Valentine
The Celebration (Criterion Blu Ray)
Dune (‘21, DVD & Blu Ray)
Halloween Kills (DVD & Blu Ray)
Human Highway (Director’s Cut)
I’m Your Man (Blu Ray only)
The Neon Bible
Never Gonna Snow Again
Swimming Out Till The Sea Turns Blue
Wheel Of Fortune and Fantasy
The Woman Who Ran

January 4

Apache Junction
Black Friday (‘21)
Dead Or Alive Trilogy (Blu Ray only)
The Djinn
Keep An Eye Out (Blu Ray only)
Random Hearts
Red 11
The Superdeep
Zeros and Ones

December 28

Catch The Bullet
The French Dispatch (DVD & Blu Ray)
Mayday (‘21)
The Night Stalker
Retribution ('87)
Wal-Mart: The High Cost Of Low Price
Witch Hunt

December 21

Blue Bayou
Bond: No Time To Die (DVD & Blu Ray)
Hard Target (Blu Ray only)
Invincible Season 1
Jack Frost
Jack Frost 2: Revenge Of The Mutant Killer Snowman
The Many Saints Of Newark
The Morning Show Season 1
Spookies (Blu Ray only)
Squid Game Season 1
Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 1
Star Wars: The Mandalorian Season 1 & 2
Stunt Rock (Blu Ray only)

December 14

Anchors Aweigh
The Card Counter
Kenny & Co.
The Last Duel
The Learning Tree (Criterion)
The Mitchells Vs. The Machines (DVD & Blu Ray)
Prince Of The City (Blu Ray only)
Robbie The Reindeer
The Sheik (Blu Ray)
UndineVenom: Let There Be Carnage (DVD & Blu Ray)
Zone 414

Staff Picks

Amber says:
This film follows the lives of five people spanning three generations living during 1979 in Santa Barbara, California. Annette Bening plays Dorothea, a divorced woman in her mid 50s raising her teenage son, a solid performance by Lucas Jade Zumann, without male role models. The other main characters (Elle Fanning, Greta Gerwig and Billy Crudup) are equally compelling and each brings their own unique contribution and impact to the film. I love the music and the film techniques deployed in this movie. The embedded history lessons are a fascinating fit!

Hanna says:
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Jason says:
do robots have original sin?

Lewis says:
a romance that slowly unwinds into a thriller, featuring a properly unhinged performance but the great Isabelle Adjani

Noel says:
“What’s going on?”

Robert says:
Set in Allied-occupied Vienna, broke American novelist Holly Martins (Joseph Cotten) finds himself drawn into the city’s seedy underbelly after receiving a job offer from his lifelong friend, Harry Lime (Orson Welles). Spectacular location cinematography, an unforgettable zither score by Anton Karas, and Carol Reed’s masterful direction combine to create the quintessential classic about postwar Europe. Ranked the greatest British film of all time by the British Film Institute!