Well, only a kiosk.
Blockbuster shut down their stores in Charlottesville … Redbox is in the Harris Teeter … (even though Hollywood is working against Redbox) I can’t see myself paying (I didn’t before) $4 for a Comcast On-Demand movie now.
Thank you to the reader for pointing this out to me. If you ever have a tip or story idea, please let me know!
Update 31 January 2010:
Just a little bit more on Blockbuster’s kiosks, courtesy of Read Write Web: Blockbuster Kiosks: Still a Bad Idea
4 Replies to “Blockbuster Movies in Crozet”
I still love Maupin’s. I hope there enough nostalgics like me in Crozet to keep them in business.
I agree about Maupin’s. They are great!
My vote: Maupin’s, nice and personal. Nothing beats in-store browsing and interact with other people.
I agree about Maupins’. Let’s support our local business owners and not a corporate box. Plus I agree with Ron about the personal touch and I always see someone I know in there!