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Desc:Time: The Holiday Season of '95 The Place: The Suncoast Movie Store in some mall in Minnesota
Category:Business, Educational
Tags:video store, mall, 1995, Suncoast, Employees
Submitted:Hailey2006
Date:11/14/12
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Toenails - 2012-11-14
Stop screwing around and point me to the anime section, I need my Ranma 1/2!!
Toenails - 2012-11-14
You know, one of the best things about being the first one to rate a video is checking out all the horrible videos I've five-starred previously.

"KILL DAT NIGGA!" and "Minecraft Vore"? Really Toenails-from-the-past, really?

sosage - 2012-11-14
It's not all bad. I see a news story about Weird Al's UHF and a commercial for Shakey's Pizza Keeper in the list.

Caminante Nocturno - 2012-11-14
The first anime I ever purchased was Devil Hunter Yohko on VHS (with ADV's white shell), and it was at a Suncoast.

Oh, but that seems like a lifetime ago!

Doomstein - 2012-11-15
For me my first VHS anime purchase was Macross II the movie, and for some reason I also bought an episode of 'Golden Boy'.

EvilHomer - 2012-11-15
AKIRA, the awesome original dub VHS, not that fake bastard millennial edition.

Although technically, that was a Christmas present bought with my parent's money. First one I bought with my own money was Dragon Pink, Volume Two.

Old_Zircon - 2012-11-15
My first VHS was the television premiere of Pee Wee's Big Adventure, taped off of HBO the day my family bought our first VCR.

kingarthur - 2012-11-15
My first VHS purchase was Shinya Tsukamoto's Testsuo: Iron Man. Because I'm fucked up like that. I would shove my way into showing it to friends, several times over.

BHWW - 2012-11-15
My first anime rentals were divided between both a Blockbuster and a "Two Night Rental" place that took a small store space at the end of a shopping plaza; both places had surprsingly large sections with releases from almost every American anime distributor active in the United States during the 90s - my first purchase was from Suncoast, I can't recall exactly what it was now, funnily enough, just that it was from ADV and in one of those big ol' clamshells.

BHWW - 2012-11-15
My first general VHS purchase was at a Suncoast, a copy of "The Getaway" (the Peckinpah one, not the remake)

memedumpster - 2012-11-15
Akira, and like EvilHomer, the good version.

Yellow Lantern - 2012-11-14
Good thing the uploader told us this was in Minnesota, or we'd never have known.
sosage - 2012-11-14
A young Ron Perlman will play the part of "Suncoast guy on the phone".
Doomstein - 2012-11-15
This reminds me of when I worked summers at the Carousel Arcade at the Seaside Heights boardwalk back in the mid to late 90's. Just a bunch of youths and failed-at-life adults screwing around, working a secret mafia money laundering front.

Good times.
Old_Zircon - 2012-11-15
The West Coast Video (it had only recently been bought out from the local chain that opened it) I worked at in '95 was a lot closer to Clerks (say what you want about Kevin Smith, that movie did a very good job of capturing the early to mid 90s small video store employee experience) but I'd go down to the Suncoast at the mall for blaxploitation and Troma tapes sometimes. It was pretty much the same as this.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2012-11-15
All these people are dead now.
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