For those who didn't blink when the superior video-recording format, digital versatile disc, began to sweep the world in the late Nineties, for those who turned a blind eye when video stores began pushing VHS tapes off the shelves to make room for DVDs, the panic may be finally setting in: Your beloved video-home-system format is becoming obsolete. Fortunately, there's the Movie Store, where you can rent three movies on VHS for $3.75 (or two DVDs for $3.75). They have the best selection of VHS tapes in town.
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