After closing our doors in March to assist with social distancing efforts, Scarecrow Video will resume renting titles via our pickup window on Tuesday, May 19. We are asking patrons to phone in their orders, pay with a card (no cash at this time), and pick up their orders at Scarecrow.
Patrons should always check scarecrow.com for the latest information, but for now our plan is:
For those who prefer it, we are still offering our Rental by Mail service (which is now serving 17 states!). Click Here for info on signing up for that program.
This week’s new releases include some crazy b-movies and classroom scare films, a documentary about how movies portray disability, a new film by a top anime director, Russian sci-fi, TV fantasy, Sylvester Stallone playing soccer with Pelé, Olive Oyl running for president, and much more. You can rent them all from our Pickup Window, or via rent-by-mail.
This week’s new arrivals include some film noir deep cuts, new indie dramas, an acclaimed Stephen King mini-series, an Indonesian super hero, a lesbian film made in 1930s Germany, and much more. You can get them all from our pickup window, or via rent-by-mail. But first we want to highlight two new Criterion Editions that came in at the last minute last week:
This week’s new arrivals include a great new Tom Hardy movie, a Stephen King TV series, a Preston Sturges classic, a samurai drama from the director of Candyman, a new Scooby-Doo movie, a documentary about Showgirls, and much more. It’s all available via our pickup window or our rent-by-mail program.
by Bryan Theiss
This week brings us definitive editions of Bruce Lee’s films, a new Donnie Yen, a horror movie starring Mary J. Blige, a highly rated Brazilian sci-fi-ish film, a bunch of limited edition exploitation obscurities from Vinegar Syndrome, a W.C. Fields, a Bob Hope, documentaries about everything from Biosphere 2 to Spike & Mike’s Festival of Animation, and much more. You can get any or all of them from our pickup window or via rent by mail.
By Bryan Theiss
This week’s new arrivals include a special edition of one of the best horror movies of the 2010s (and its prequel), two movies about the British rock ’n roll scene, a whole bunch of Donald Pleasence, the animated family hit of the Covid-19 era, ten films by Japanese innovator Shinya Tsukamoto, four collaborations between Italian genre director Umberto Lenzi and actress Carroll Baker, Rock Hudson in 3D, and much more. You can rent them all by mail or from our pickup window.