About The Archive Aurora
Local Record Store in Aurora, CO
Hours of OperationMonday: Closed
Wednesday: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Reviews of The Archive Aurora in Aurora, CO
- 15 Reviews
So cool to see this location open! Got in shortly after open this morning. Great selection of cult films on multiple formats. Lots of OOP stuff for collectors to feast on. Posters, shirts and vinyl as well. It's a little bit of a haul for me, but I love checking out this sort of stuff in person, so will definitely be making the drive a part of my collector routine! Shout out to James who was super friendly and willing to chat about the store and VS in general. I already want to go back again!
The best movie, blu ray, vhs buying experience one can have. Staff is knowledgeable, super friendly, and excited. Just as eager to get lost in some boutique video conversation as they are to help you find the perfect movie you didn't know existed. Their involvement in the local film community is a huge plus. Coming out of the blocks sprinting, cant wait to see where they go from here.10/5 stars.
Worth the trip! I'm a huge fan of Vinegar Syndrome, boutique blu ray labels and cult/exploitation cinema. The Archive has it all! I live in Utah, but when my girlfriend and I were in Wyoming on a road trip, we couldn't pass up the chance to drive a little further to Aurora to visit The Archive. We picked out a great selection of classics and obscure blu rays. Hopefully we'll have an excuse to go back sooner than later!!
Wow, where to start?! The Archive is a new boutique film store containing an impressive, hand-curated collection of cult, classic, and obscure movies in media formats ranging from VHS to 4K UHD. It also sells used DVDs, vinyl, t-shirts, puzzles, posters, and other eye-catching items. I was fortunate to be among the store's first customers. As one of Vinegar Syndrome's sister stores, it had most of the label's catalog on hand. However, there were also several titles from other boutique labels such as Arrow, Severin, AGFA, and more. The movies were sorted by label and format, but did not appear to be arranged alphabetically. However, that just made it more fun to explore and find the unexpected. The store also had an amazing atmosphere. Vintage and homemade art filled the shelves/walls, while a movie played on TV. It was clear that lots of love went into decorating the space. I could have spent all day looking around! The staff were friendly, knowledgeable, and beyond helpful. When asked, they offered thoughtful recommendations and were happy to chat about all things film. The Archive is absolutely worth a visit for movie lovers. I am eager to see the store grow. Long live physical media!
Area DMG (dmgice)
Perfection. A rarely open store with an insane amount of great stuff. Practically a Holy Place for Cinema Enthusiasts. Plan your trip. Bring your money. Spend and be enlightened.