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The Last Blockbuster

A project in Bend, OR by Popmotion Pictures
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A documentary film about the last remaining Blockbuster Video
Backers: 595
Average Pledge Per Backer: $66

Funded: $39,078 of $20,000
Dates: Aug 2nd -> Sep 10th (40 days)
Project By: Popmotion Pictures
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Latest News

We're in the HOME STRECH! Almost to the $30K Goal!

September 8th - via: kickstarter.com
GREETINGS BLOCKBUSTER FANS!We’re in the home stretch and we hit 500 backers! Our project ends on Monday (9/10) and thanks to ALL of you “The Last Blockbuster” project is coming to life.  Also, we are ONLY $500 from our $30,000 STRETCH GOAL!... (Read More)

Closing in on 500 Backers! Let's Celebrate with a GAME NIGHT!!!

September 5th - via: kickstarter.com
*BB8 not included Spend a future Friday night with Blockbuster once again, when you gather round to play this AUTHENTIC VINTAGE Blockbuster Movie Board Game that we’re giving away! We want this project to hit AT LEAST 500 BACKERS and to honor that... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #1 Unlocked! Check out the NEW T-Shirt designs!

September 4th - via: kickstarter.com
DID YOU SEE THE NEW T-SHIRT DESIGNS?If you've backed us at any level that includes a t-shirt, you can NOW choose whichever of the THREE shirt designs you'd like at the end of the campaign - We'll send you a Kickstarter Survey sometime n September... (Read More)

THE LAST BLOCKBUSTER IS BEING MADE!! THANK YOU!!

August 30th - via: kickstarter.com
GREETINGS ENTHUSIASTIC RENTAL SUPPORTERS!Happy almost Labor Day weekend! Thanks to ALL of you “The Last Blockbuster” project has FUNDED!!! Thank you so much for all the support. We promise to get the film together as QUICKLY as we can. It's not... (Read More)

You'll never guess who we just interviewed!

August 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Just finished shooting an eye-opening interview with the infamous Lloyd Kaufman from Troma Studios (Toxic Avenger, and 999 other indie films) - a treasure chest overflowing with insight about the film and video business and a champion of independent... (Read More)

We talked to Alaska!

August 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

'The Last Blockbuster' Filmmakers Are Looking For Russell Crowe's Missing Jock Strap

August 21st - via: comicbook.com
The filmmakers behind the documentary film The Last Blockbuster are trying to track down Russell Crowe's missing jock strap from Cinderella Man. While making the documentary, currently on Kickstarter, director Taylor Morden and producer Zeke Kamm were tracking down the movie memorabilia that had been sent to the second-to-last Blockbuster in Alaska by Last Week Tonight host John Oliver. While some of the Russell Crowe memorabilia is on its way to the last surviving Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon, the filmmakers were shocked to discover that the whereabouts of the infamous 'jock strap' are currently unknown. (Read More)

50% Funded - Thank You For The Support!

August 17th - via: kickstarter.com
GREETINGS BLOCKBUSTER ENTHUSIASTS!Thanks to your generous support, we’ve reached the 50% mark on this project! Just like Blockbuster, you’ve made a difference and we can’t thank you enough, but we do still have a ways to go to make sure that we... (Read More)

Last Blockbuster Documentary KickStarter Offers Fans a Chance to Work There

August 4th - via: movieweb.com
Bend, Oregon is the site of the last surviving Blockbuster Video store and now there's a documentary in the works titled, The Last Blockbuster. Back at the beginning of the year, there were a total of 8 stores that were still open across the country, down from 9,000 back in their heyday. However, in the last 7 months, seven of the stores have all been forced to close, including the location in Anchorage, Alaska that John Oliver and Last Week Tonight donated all of the Russell Crowe memorabilia to. (Read More)

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