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Guy Builds A VHS ‘Store’ In His Basement And It Will Give You Nostalgia (14 Pics)

We all love a little nostalgia. Small things that remind us of how it used to be, how things have changed over the years. One of the more nostalgic things out there are VHS tapes. VHS tapes aren’t used almost anywhere anymore, but Nick Collins found a perfect place for them by turning his own basement into an amazing ’90s blockbuster memorial.

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Here’s how the ‘store’ looked like while it was being built

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Nick started collecting retro games in 2012, but when he finished that collection he wanted something more. He told Bored Panda: “When I neared the end of the road with game collecting, VHS tapes felt like a natural transition”. Nick says he was inspired by American film and video game critic, and YouTuber – James Rolfe aka ‘Angry Video Game Nerd’.

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“Around this time, James Rolfe has also done something similar and built a video store in his basement, and I thought that was just the coolest thing!” – he said. Nick used the blueprints of James Rolfes’ room and built it himself. He wanted to pay homage to successful movies and he is very happy that people appreciate his hard work.

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All done!

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The results of his work are amazing. Hundreds of classic famous movies, shelves filled with old school candy and decorations. You can even get VHS tapes in his online shop and feel the nostalgia for yourself. The old-school enthusiast wants to share the warm memories of old movies with people and we think he’s doing a great job.

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Nick decorates the ‘store’ for the holidays. Here’s Easter

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Halloween

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Thanksgiving

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Christmas

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Here’s a video about the VHS ‘store’

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