May 11, 2022 - Madison Night Market

We’ll be out for the Night Market tomorrow night (May 12th) from 4pm to 8pm, selling used videos 2 for 1. Come check out our booth in front of the Master Hall Apartments!

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March 30, 2022 - Mel & Floyd Film Fest Broadcast at Four Star Video!

We’ll be having a live broadcast on the first Friday of the Wisconsin Film Festival (April 8th) with visiting filmmakers! Stop by to see live interviews or tune in from 1pm to 2pm!

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February 23, 2022 - Mask Order as of 3/1

Hello Video Angels,
As many of you may have heard, the indoor masking order in Dane County is set to expire next Tuesday, March 1st. However, we will still be requiring all customers who enter our store to mask, regardless of vaccination status.

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

delivery Friday only

459 W Gilman Street, Madison WI

Coming Attractions

June 28

American Pickle
The Banishment
Christie: The Mirror Crack’d
The Coca-Cola Kid (Blu Ray only)
Come and See (Criterion Blu Ray)
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore
Mickey One (Blu Ray only)
Mothering Sunday
Pink Flamingos (Criterion Blu Ray)
Solaris (Criterion)
The Worst Person In The World (Criterion)

June 21

After Yang
Ahed’s Knee
The Bad Guys
The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh
The Mouth Of The Wolf/ Lost And Beautiful
Pigs And Battleships
The Real Thing
Rouge (Criterion)
Saturday Fiction
Strawberry Mansion
The Umbrella Academy Season 2
The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent

June 14

Ambulance (DVD & Blu Ray)
Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 11
Father Stu
Fear (‘20)
Hacks Season 1
Icy Breasts
Infinite Storm
Little Murders
Morbius (DVD & Blu Ray)
Revenge Of The Cheerleaders
Soldier Of Orange
Turkish Delight
The Witches ('20)
We Need To Do Something

May 31

Born To Win (Blu Ray only)
The Boys Seasons 1 & 2
Chan Is Missing (Criterion Blu Ray only)
The Cursed
Love & Saucers (Blu Ray only)
Paradise Alley
Solid Metal Nightmares: The Films Of Shinya Tsukamoto (Tetsuo: The Iron Man/ Tetsuo II: Body Hammer, Tokyo Fist/ Bullet Ballet, A Snake Of June/ Vital, Kotoko/ Killing)(Blu Ray only, 4 discs rented separately)

May 24

The Batman (DVD & Blu Ray)
The Burning Sea
Dangerous Game
Doctor Detroit
Homer & Eddie
Looking For Mr. Goodbar
Lunana: A Yak In The Classroom
Night Of The Sicario
Studio 666
Times Square
Tom and Jerry: Cowboy Up!
The Untamed
X (‘22)

May 17

Belle (DVD & Blu Ray)
Blissfully Yours
The Fan (DVD & Blu Ray)
The Funeral (Criterion)
Funky Forest: The First Contact (Blu Ray only)
Great White
Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade (Blu Ray)
Licorice Pizza (DVD & Blu Ray)
The Lost Husband
Meantime (Criterion Blu Ray)
Peppermint Soda (Blu Ray only)
Succession Season 3
Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time
The Warped Forest (Blu Ray only)

Staff Picks

Amber says:
This dramatic thriller is South Korean director Park Chan-wook’s debut English language film and is non-stop entertaining! Although one can be turned off by the film’s more mainstream and conventional style, the cast does a remarkable job developing character and causing suspense. Mia Wasikowska plays introverted and morose teen, India Stoker, whose father and best friend dies in a car accident on her 18th birthday. His long-lost, somewhat enigmatic brother Charlie (played by Matthew Goode) arrives, whose existence was completely unknown to India prior to her father’s death. Nicole Kidman is cast as India's emotionally unstable mother and the trio form a dangerous triangle that will keep you on the edge of your seat!

Hanna says:
mysterious, cool & fun

Jason says:
it brings out the best in everyone

Lewis says:
have you ever listened to a nihilistic treatise from someone covered in slime? well, look no further

Noel says:
crazy how one little detail can change so many things

Robert says:
Robin Feld (Nicholas Cage) has a problem: someone has stolen his pig. After years of living as a hermit in the forests of Oregon, Robin reluctantly returns to Portland to trace his beloved truffle-foraging pig’s kidnappers. Thus begins a strange descent into the underbelly of Portland’s culinary scene, where Robin must confront the ghosts of his past at every turn. Nicholas Cage reminds us that he can play serious roles, too, by delivering a quietly tragic performance that contrasts sharply with his signature roles.