The Last Blockbuster Reveals How Netflix Crushed Them

21-Okt, 2020
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Patrick Bet-David sits down with Sandi Harding, the last Blockbuster store manager, to talk about Blockbuster and its downfall. Harding goes over the impact RedBox and Netflix had on the franchise, and what she does now to be able to stay in business.
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About the guest: Sandi Harding, the store manager of the last Blockbuster in the world. Blockbuster was an American-based provider of home movie and video game rental services. Services were offered primarily at video rental shops, but later alternatives included DVD-by-mail, streaming, video on demand, and cinema theater.
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    Covington BigglesworthCovington BigglesworthKun oldin
  • Blockbuster is way better but now ..it's irrelevant unless ...there's a few things they can add be a video game and blu ray rental comic book d and d game place

    Covington BigglesworthCovington BigglesworthKun oldin
  • Why pay when you can find ANY movie online for free.

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    Rodolfo VitangcolRodolfo VitangcolOy oldin
  • Million Dollar Potential in Ruvol I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished and not yet out in the market] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.” Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.” Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It is for this very reason that the great Bobby Fischer introduced his so-called “Fischer Random Chess,” where the starting position of the pieces is “randomized” to make the memorization of openings impracticable. Fortunately, it is also for this reason that I invented Ruvol where “every game” has been calculated to be a challenging one to play. HOW IS RUVOL PLAYED? Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. It is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but contains more number of squares than chess. It has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of pieces moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line. But there’s one big advantage Ruvol has over chess: The Ruvol pieces don’t have a fixed position at the start of the game. It is the players themselves who dictate the starting position, depending on the strategies they have planned before the game starts, making it impossible for any clever player to memorize the opening moves. A MILLION DOLLAR POTENTIAL IN RUVOL! The people who play chess will be the same people who will play Ruvol. In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$3 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$2.4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale of Ruvol is US$24M. I AM LOOKING FOR AN INVESTOR! For the reason that I don’t have the resources to publish Ruvol on a global scale, you might be interested to have the exclusive right to manufacture and market Ruvol globally under a “licensing agreement.” Or better yet, just “BUY MY COPYRIGHT” and Ruvol is entirely yours. Email me at: rodolfovitangcol@gmail.com. Thanks and God bless! RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL The Ruvol Inventor

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  • At least Blockbuster never produced child porn

    AeneasGeminiAeneasGeminiOy oldin
  • I love her attitude towards customers. Better than NF, who thought they were being smart sending me a free trial email the same week they canceled them in the UK, left a bad taste and I haven't gone back.

    beyond72beyond72Oy oldin
  • I remember the commercial for the end of late fees I remember telling my dad about it like it was the greatest thing since sliced bread.

    GrayWoIfGrayWoIfOy oldin
  • Ya know its funny, when I was a little kid I would rent vids and games from Bellerose video. Blockbuster came around and I hated them. I knew that the chain was gonna kill my local video store. Its ironic. All the same I hope the last stores they have stay open. Im still bitter about the chain shuttin down local video stores though lol.

    Lo NoLo No2 oy oldin
  • Great video. Very inspirational. I thought that Blockbuster was completely finished. It’s great that the only Blockbuster store is still operating for now within this saturated digital market. 👍🏾

    Andrew HAndrew H2 oy oldin
  • My favorite thing was to buy the previously viewed movies with my kids. We have so many DVD's from Blockbuster. Good times 😀. I've been to this Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon a couple times 🤗.

    MarenMaren2 oy oldin
  • Could blockbusters create a streaming service?

    kbplus1kbplus12 oy oldin
  • Did Netflix really crush Blockbuster? OR; do movies just suck anymore? OR; do we reach a point in life during which we've outgrown movies and would rather - I DON'T KNOW - go outside?

    William F. Buckley JrWilliam F. Buckley Jr2 oy oldin
  • Great interview.

    Lindsay MartinezLindsay Martinez2 oy oldin
  • I miss blockbuster video

    InformedSR ThankfulInformedSR Thankful2 oy oldin
  • She's great!

    ida campoida campo2 oy oldin
  • Such nostalgia, for sure. I would visit.

    ida campoida campo2 oy oldin
  • Oily anus video!!! Wow what a difference!!🎼🎵🎵🎼

    Alan JacobiAlan Jacobi2 oy oldin
  • Patrick Great fucking interview

    365 TikTok365 TikTok2 oy oldin
  • Still mourning the loss of Borders book stores.

    Katherine RichardsKatherine Richards2 oy oldin
  • Investing in Blockbuster right now is still better for a Return on Investment than voting for Joe Biden

    Leti StylezLeti Stylez3 oy oldin
  • The problem that Killed Block Buster is not changing to DVDs, Hollywood dropping DVD era and inventing streaming and determine is wasn’t profitable! Bad Management was huge problem!

    Terry RodbournTerry Rodbourn3 oy oldin
  • Hehe this is my town. I love this blockbuster. 😊

    Katherine HollisterKatherine Hollister3 oy oldin
  • Having worked my way up from Peon to Acting Store Manager in BBV for 10 years, I can honestly say It wasn't as great as you remember!

    It Came From The RadioIt Came From The Radio3 oy oldin
  • GOOD STUFF🏆2021 AND BEYOND🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥Let's Go💪

    Capri billiondollar HustleCapri billiondollar Hustle3 oy oldin
  • ,#1 preference 9-5pm shift but 8 am is appreciated I take the bus...

    Midasnetwork TheofficialkingmidasMidasnetwork Theofficialkingmidas3 oy oldin
  • She is amazing, I’d employ her watching this!!

    Lea DixonLea Dixon3 oy oldin
  • Great Show

    RicoyambuRicoyambu3 oy oldin
  • Blockbuster late fees is what made me quit them back in early 2000’s. Our blockbuster movies were due by noon even if you rented right at 9pm closing it was still due by noon next day. On mondays that could be a problem for working people. It’s to bad Blockbuster corporate had such tactics. Went to Netflix and still at Netflix, haven’t looked back since.

    Synergi LSynergi L3 oy oldin
  • Corporate greed killed blockbuster just like it’s killing the country.

    Synergi LSynergi L3 oy oldin
  • I have two family videos within 20 minutes of my house still and they are still doing great business

    Allen ShafferAllen Shaffer3 oy oldin
  • Best thing blockbuster can do is set up a monthy subscription to unlimited DVDs. Off course rent games and systems. Partner with a game network like ea sports for premium service early release trials all that. Then go online and allow it all done online. Then you don't have to pay for the actually plastic DVD and case. Partner with the Cineplexs to offer movie tickets and popcorn with monthly subscription. Find a corn farmer who can provide a "Specialty" corn for popcorn and sell the hell out of that shit. Maybe also find a way where you can provide a theater kind of setting for a party with bar services and waiting! I've got more but ya gotta meet me for that

    Jonathon ConnorJonathon Connor3 oy oldin
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    priceyPR1CEpriceyPR1CE3 oy oldin
  • The best memories in my life were from 1996 and 1997 when my girlfriend and I would walk to our local Blockbuster every Friday night after we each put in 50-55 hour weeks at our jobs. We loved Blockbuster. That and meatlover's pizza every Friday night and sometimes Saturday. 😣😓😢😭

    Stephen PruszenskiStephen Pruszenski3 oy oldin
  • I might still owe them a DVD 😃😃😃

    Richard's World TravelerRichard's World Traveler3 oy oldin
  • Why have they never went streaming block buster

    AdenAden3 oy oldin
    • Netflix tried to buy Blockbuster

      Terri TarantulasTerri Tarantulas3 oy oldin
  • Walmart undercut things with their low prices to buy DVDs which sell for $5.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • She's right going to Blockbuster with another person is a good bonding experience. Picking out a movie together on a streaming service makes it hard to find something both like organically.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • Young people only want NEW Releases I believe. I would go to Blockbuster to find a great old movie I wouldn't have know about without the search and find experience.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • The franchise factor wasn't rewarding when it's on the rapid decline. Why not lose the franchise brand and make it a mom and pop shop and offer that positive experience.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • I heard AMC and others are on the chopping block since the pandemic caused them lose a ton of money. That was part of the movie "experience" to me as well and not just a movie.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • I feel like Blockbuster was a pizza shop they didn't do deliveries and were surprised that people see value in delivery to the home. However, for me going to a movie rental place was apart of the experience rather than a nuisance.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • I have never used Redbox and used Netflix trail for 1 day. Hate those two. I desperately long for the good old days of a blockbuster store which I use to go to all time. Their late fees where a pain. The mom and pop local movie stores had free popcorn which made me look forward to coming back the following weekend.

    C MC M3 oy oldin
  • I still have never gotten a Netflix account, I went to every Blockbuster I could find until I could find no more.. that was only 7 years ago. 🥺 It's Soo nostalgic for me!! (Minus the late fees..😆)

    Jodi PJodi P3 oy oldin
  • Macy's will be my biggest heartbreak. I will go into depression for 3 days. Macy's reminded me of all the Thanksgivings and Christmaseseses time my family spent together when we were kids. going there and then walking the mall and the smell in the air is such a tear jerker. Then driving home and it started to snow. and then hot chocolate at the house afterwards...Tis the season to be jolly folalalalalalala.

    Old TeenagerOld Teenager3 oy oldin
  • Netflix is evil. When the movie Cuties came out we canceled Netflix.

    JayJay3 oy oldin
  • Blockbuster is defunct due to Paramounts arrogance. They wanted to dominate the video rental space, so they believed since we're the largest video chain in America, that's the way it will always be.

    theylied1776theylied17763 oy oldin
  • Actually, up until January 2020 there was a Blockbuster on the north island of New Zealand ... They, too, thought they were the last Blockbuster, but well the Bend location is now the last one .,. unless there is another one hiding somewhere.

    Diana AdlerDiana Adler3 oy oldin
  • I love Blockbuster bring them back!

    AnnMarieAnnMarie3 oy oldin
    • Yeah!!

      José GonzálezJosé González2 oy oldin
  • Ps4 and xbox 1 are dvd players in someway

    A MdzA Mdz3 oy oldin
  • Yup.. she answered all my questions.. and didnt even get the chance to question the lady.

    A MdzA Mdz3 oy oldin
  • Why don't Blockbusters or other video stores sell or rent or dispense digital copies of video or music content? Be it a flash drive or even a timed access? Why not reproduce even the packaging for customers? There are millions of videos from around the world which could be reproduced and re-released for the enjoyment of customers. e.g. 80's kungfu movies, all the old movies with a favourite actor, someone wanting to research the camera work or editing work of certain movie crafts people. Since it is digital, the space taken up is negligible compared to actual boxed videos.

    Giovanni P.Giovanni P.3 oy oldin
  • Thumps up if you still have you Blockbuster card!

    Tita De CastroTita De Castro3 oy oldin
  • Patrick you're not at Bally's anymore bro. Stop writing notes.

    OnlyProfitableOnlyProfitable3 oy oldin
    • It works for him stop hating

      Don BlockDon BlockOy oldin
  • I live in England and there use to be a BB in my area not far from where I lived, shame it closed, it was fun going there

    RonnieRonnie3 oy oldin
  • What an amazing interview! I still have my dual VHS /DVD player. Yes, support your LOCAL small businesses.

    Miriam RiveraMiriam Rivera3 oy oldin
  • What a sweet and thoughtful professional woman. She ought to be running a billion dollar corporation...she knows people. That's what truly matters.

    CutTheKnotCutTheKnot3 oy oldin
  • Here's your million dollar idea. Blockbuster Growler Bars. The Growler bar where you can get minipints of craft beer and hang out along with a select retail selection. Play different movies at the bar and create a more social atmosphere. Hybrid video and brew shop

    Matt GranahanMatt Granahan3 oy oldin
  • Awesome, I wish we had that store near by....Thanks for your insistence and integrity .Some people can't get Netflix, we are not create all equal ...look at all the homeless everywhere ... ;(

    sunflowersunflower3 oy oldin
  • Pretty insightful , I enjoyed watching over coffee

    Brandon La PereBrandon La Pere3 oy oldin
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  • Train has left the station. Business models have changed.

    Junu ThomasJunu Thomas3 oy oldin
  • Ill buy that boyz in the hood poster if u go under

    brett jonesbrett jones3 oy oldin
  • Pat this was an amazing interview! Very good business insight.. the fact that Blockbuster had the chance to buy Netflix for 50mil is ridiculous 🤯

    Ricardo SiguenzaRicardo Siguenza3 oy oldin
  • I miss Blockbuster like I miss 8 tracks:)

    Em GregoryEm Gregory3 oy oldin
  • #good_memories #blockbuster #johnnydogsmusic

    Johnny DogsJohnny Dogs3 oy oldin
  • Blockbuster ain't gonna have commercials... that's HUGE!

    karen musserkaren musser3 oy oldin
  • This really shows the sad reality of the monopoly. Along with all the Amazon trucks driving through our neighborhoods.

    Voakley ฯVoakley ฯ3 oy oldin
    • I think it's more of a cartel. There's Amazon Prime, Crunchyroll, and all the former cable companies that sold their assets to transmute themselves into streaming services. And in some form or another, each of them has a few sucky shows that never get removed.

      kome360kome3603 oy oldin
  • Yeah, Netflix isn't the only company they have to worry about. Amazon and Itunes have a bigger library that allows instant rentals.

    rhu Mashrhu Mash3 oy oldin
  • This woman is the dream employee. The kind you make sure you take care of cause it would be worth every single penny.

    KunKun3 oy oldin
  • I don’t know if she realizes that she’s not a Blockbuster manager anymore, she’s a museum manager, and people are coming to her interactive museum. Her blockbuster can be called: Blockbuster, The Interactive Museum of Media Anachronisms.

    TechTechIncTechTechInc3 oy oldin
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  • OBAMA OWNS NEXFIX💩💩I DROP IT WHEN I KNEW THAT.💩💩

    bluesky xxbluesky xx3 oy oldin
  • Very hard for people with epilepsy to watch these shows with all the flashy intros. Love watching the shows, but it's getting harder and harder to watch.

    LGZEELGZEE3 oy oldin
  • Shes a very business and customer savvy person. More corporations need people like her to keep them grounded. If the store ever goes under, I hope she lands on her feet and upgrades from mom n pop back to the corporate world. She'd be an asset anywhere from head of customer service to an advisor or consultant

    Jack CaponiJack Caponi3 oy oldin
  • I saw a Blockbuster in South Texas haha

    Jaimé BasilJaimé Basil3 oy oldin
  • This woman should've been the CEO of Blockbuster back in their heyday. I'll bet Blockbuster would still be around albeit not as big but still a player in the movie rental industry

    ed ubinased ubinas3 oy oldin
  • Another way big tech can control us. I’ve been saying this for years. If we do not change the way we are getting our music and movies and books, we will have lost generations of media. It will be like it never happened. Or big tech will own it all and charge us thousands of dollars for a download we paid for 30 years prior but can’t remember passwords, etc.

    Lyndie BrownLyndie Brown3 oy oldin
  • i cant wait for food to be like this. when i can order food online and i don't have to go to the shitty store.

    johnnycage mediajohnnycage media3 oy oldin
  • What a great interview, insightful and nolstalgic.

    njabulownjabulow3 oy oldin
  • BREAKING... HUNTER.. A CRACK ADDICT.. BUT... This channel.. WON'T COVER.. THE TRUTH.. PATHETIC

    James MusbachJames Musbach3 oy oldin
  • She is absolutely a wonderful person.

    L TL T3 oy oldin
  • it just didnt keep up ok but it was hugely popular but it didnt caught on to the internet social media age.. very crap marketing there wasnt even an advert on tv, netflix was on everyones mind and seems like the logical answer to web. Also DVD kind of died youtube actually killed that. Obviosly blockbuster is still relevant and interesting but locations are everything in UK like Liverpool u watch TV for example or app.. and thats because its not to be found.

    philip philipphilip philip3 oy oldin
  • "When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you'll be successful" -Eric Thomas

    The Triumphant HustlerThe Triumphant Hustler3 oy oldin
    • @kome360 anything you want!

      The Triumphant HustlerThe Triumphant Hustler3 oy oldin
    • At what?

      kome360kome3603 oy oldin
  • *WITH BLOCKBUSTER, WE DON'T NEED INTERNET, DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THE INTRUSION ON OUR PERSONAL LIFE & INFO TO SEE WHATEVER MOVIE I & FAMILY MEMBERS WANT TO SEE, BEFORE WE BUY IT!!*

    Kelly McNicholsKelly McNichols3 oy oldin
  • Block buster needs to reopen in small towns less than 10k people. They woud kill it.

    1555FILMWORKSINC1555FILMWORKSINC3 oy oldin
  • I have so many memories #nostalgia here is a quick recap uzworld.info/player/video/im6vm5aVos-ui3w

    Drone TwinkiesDrone Twinkies3 oy oldin
  • Its like selling horseshoes in Detroit

    Jim TimminsJim Timmins3 oy oldin
  • If the Blockbuster's top management were not Hubris and listened to people like Sandy, I'm sure they'd still be a giant. I love how capitalism lets evolution take its course though.

    Woods DogWoods Dog3 oy oldin
  • Sandy, you're very brilliant and business saby with an awesome personality. I learned a lot from you and this interview will go in my "Business Lessons" playlist.

    Woods DogWoods Dog3 oy oldin
  • An Undercover intellectual !!

    Javi 20h!9Javi 20h!93 oy oldin
  • Wow! Learned so much from this lady about focusing on what the customer wants and delivering it, going above and beyond for them and employees. When my mom was a kid she baby sat for Wayne Huizenga the billionaire (before he was a billionaire) while he and his wife went out to dinner. His second billion dollar business was Blockbuster. His first was Waste Management. She always spoke so highly of him. Now that I think about it, he's probably the reason she became an entrepreneur.

    ChrisTurnerLand.comChrisTurnerLand.com3 oy oldin
  • That's why blockbuster failed in Australia, not just Netflix also Foxtel, brought down blockbusters

    Tatijana CaldrmoskaTatijana Caldrmoska3 oy oldin
  • Netflix took out blockbuster. Blockbuster took out mom and pop movie rentals.

    ValorYFuerzaValorYFuerza3 oy oldin
  • I used to work at 20/20 Video!!! For several years actually...and I worked at Blockbuster for a few days. My parents also owned a video store in West Hollywood called Lucy's Video.

    Niger EquesNiger Eques3 oy oldin
  • Patrick, somthing funny i saw in my dream😃, i saw that Grand cardone lost everything hi got nu he wanted to work for you😆 Your videos are the best👌🏼

    Dave JJDave JJ3 oy oldin
  • Blockbuster had an opportunity, and a lead, on doing on demand video, yet they didn't. They deserved to be undertaken.

    Rafael Arturo Mateo NúñezRafael Arturo Mateo Núñez3 oy oldin
  • I absolutely love blockbuster I have still to this day refuse to ever used redbox out of spite evry pay day I would stop buy and rent 5 movies 2 new releases and 3 old

    Ryan SatterleeRyan Satterlee3 oy oldin
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