Where did Jerry go?.
Tried to stop by Jerry's Video and he was no longer in business. Does anyone know where he went or if he is doing business online? How can we find him and his great collection of movies.
The most knowlegeable people in town when it comes to film. Just ask them anything!.
If you love film you need to visit this place. There are 4 people who work here and all of them are Jedi Masters when it comes to film knowledge. This is not the place to go for Blockbusters. This place is for the fans of great classics and out of print stuff. If it was ever in a theater it will probably be here. They have tons of stuff on VHS as well. I have been a customer for 15 years and I can honestly say that it is the best video store for FILM FANATICS. Enjoy...
Everything for film buffs, from the latest releases to obscure films and memorabilia.. In Short More a vault than a video rental store, Jerry's is a movie-lover's paradise. A maze of densely packed shelves snakes through the tight room, creating pockets of genre-specific filing: new arrivals, horror, comedy, drama and adult. Scattered throughout are more specific sections subdivided by director, actor, language and country of origin. If you still can't finding what you're seeking, don't worry: Everyone who works at Jerry's is a walking film encyclopedia and master of the cluttered domain.
Best For Difficult Titles.
Jerry's is always the place to go to get those titles your local scumsucking conglomerate corporate video places won't carry. Also, Jerry's offers a completely informed view and great suggestions.
Best place for hard-to-finds.
If you are looking for the latest release on DVD, this is not the place to go. If you are looking for obscure foreign, independant or art films there's none better. It's mostly video (DVD section grows daily). You can even find television (some British) episodes from the 50's on up. Great for research.