The Videogame Movie Dome, owned by new vendors Pam and Bruce Pollack bring a fresh face to Zerns and their shop offers lots of diversity for the nostalgic video buffs. Pam, who will be teaching an enrichment program at French Creek Elementary School in the fall, favors the old Dick Van Dyke and Hogan’s Heroes shows.
Merchandise is very varied and video selection is great . Our preference runs to the Blu-Rays, as the standard DVDs have a much lower storage capacity. But you can find both at Video Dome and we recommend a pit stop at Zerns Stand #141, Door 21.
Most Blu-Rays and boxsets (complete series of Starwars limited edition with art work sells for that might retail for $115, can be purchased for about $50. Most boxsets are $5 each, except for some current and classic Disney Blu-Rays, and several complete series boxsets. Lots of bargains here and with purchase of one Xbox you will get a Blu-Ray movie for free.
DVDs are $2 each, 2 for $3, and only $1 each if you buy five. All videogame systems can be tested and seen working on site before you leave the store.
With a special component of old coins, vintage watches and antiques and tools collected by the Pollacks, Pam’s husband Bruce has his own colorful collection for sale at the Coin and Currency Corner with interesting coins and currency from different eras.
You can also find turquoise jewelry, sterling silver jewelry, and a sampling of high-end watches, including name brands like Citizen, Seiko, and Movado.