Vintage films provide insight into human history, documenting times when chivalry prevailed and high-speed chases relied on triceratops-drawn carriages. Ensure that great films don’t go extinct with today’s Groupon to I Luv Video, with locations on Airport Boulevard and Guadalupe Street. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of movie rentals and used DVD purchases.
- For $15, you get $30 worth of movie rentals and used DVD purchases.
Praised by The AV Club and the Austin Chronicle for its eclectic emporium of cinematic treats, I Luv Video houses Hollywood hits and hard-to-find cult classics in both modern and vintage viewing formats. Comb for rare treasures or discover underground sensations with the aid of a buff staff of film buffs who can identify most movies in the store by their birthmarks, or nab a cinematic cut suitable for the whole clan from the award-winning family section. Popcorn and a smattering of candies ensure that grumbled plots arrive at a happy ending. New DVDs and Blu-rays (a $4 value each) are available for two-day rentals, and catalog releases (a $2.75 value each) are available for five-day rentals or camping trips on the neighbor's porch.
I Luv Video
El Paso transplants John Dorgan and Conrad Bejarano founded I Luv Video in 1984, and unlike corporate movie-rental stores, their independent store is still thriving. That's because it celebrates classic, indie, and hard-to-find movies, offering patrons an extensive selection of films across a variety of formats.
Unlike watching streaming movies on demand, I Luv Video brings movie lovers together in a real-life social environment, treating visitors to special events such as Cinemondays film screenings, Free Beer Tuesdays, and Spot the Baguette in the French Film Friday. Guests can also chat with fellow film buffs or knowledgable staffers as they browse an ever-growing selection of cult films, underground hits, and big-name titles, all easily pinpointed through the store's online search function. Additionally, the store attracts patrons with its rare vintage toys, movie memorabilia, and films.