The video stores are dying. But most of you donat care. Youave got your Netflix and your Redbox and your DVR, so why deal with VHS tapes or scratched DVDs? Why deal with the grumpy guy at the worn-down independent video store? Well that grumpy guy is Waring Wax, and heas usually too drunk to worry about his declining business at Star Video, let alone his quickly evolving extinction in popular culture. But everything changes in his small college town when a bright and shiny Blockbuster Video opens nearby: Clearly, this means war. So, Waring enlists the help of his two reluctant employees, wildly sexy Alaura and desperate virgin Jeffawho are almost as nuts as he isato hatch a series of wild schemes to save their little store and fight against the corporate invaders. Together, these three misfits try to save Star Video while confronting, among other things, Waringas self-destructive tendencies, a life training cult, corporate bicycle gangs, and a Hollywood director who constantly sees the ghost of Alfred Hitchcock while in town shooting his latest film. The Last Days of Video is a hilarious elegy for a bygone era, a quirky and charming story of redemption for a group ofAnd I wanted to keep the details of the production secret to create some buzz, but that pissed off the Ehle County ... the room, and he suddenly collapsed next to her on the baroque burgundy quite uncomfortable couch where Alaura sat.
|Title||:||The Last Days of Video|
|Publisher||:||Soft Skull Press - 2015-01-01|