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The Best Video Stores in Toronto

Posted by Julian Carrington / June 1, 2011

Video Stores TorontoThe best video rental stores in Toronto are among the best anywhere in the world, and reflect the city's stature as a global movie Mecca. In Hot Docs and TIFF, Toronto is home to two of North America's most prestigious celebrations of cinema, while a rich variety of regional, religious, and sub-cultural festivals attract enthusiastic audiences on a year-round basis. Video stores, in turn, are important custodians of Toronto's cosmopolitan, film-obsessed culture, providing voracious local cinephiles with the regular sustenance that informs their diverse but discerning tastes.

As the advent of digital distribution continues apace, there is increasing concern that these independent operations may come under threat, particularly as their large-scale counterparts continue to struggle. Indeed, four popular establishments have recently closed (Mr. Movie, West Side Stories) or announced plans to liquidate their inventories - either immediately (Marquee Video), or in the near future (Ammo Video).

Despite these unfortunate exceptions, Torontonians continue to enjoy an enviably vibrant video rental community, in keeping with our proud cinemagoing traditions.

Here are the best video rental stores in Toronto.

Top photos by Michelle Chiu.

Note: This list was previously published in 2008. Comments below made up until February 6, 2011 are in reference to the old list. We've purposely kept the archived comments here because we believe they (mostly) add value to this topic. If you don't want to have to wade through all of them, simply hit the "sort by newest first" link at the top of the thread.

Queen Video

Queen Video

Now nearing its 30th year of operation, Queen Video remains the reigning monarch of Toronto's indie video scene, thanks to an astronomically large library, and an empire that has grown to encompass both the Annex and Little Italy. With a DVD collection that already dwarfs the competition, Queen Video continues to age gracefully, and has also amassed the city’s largest selection of Blu-ray discs. More »

Suspect Video

Suspect Video

Adjoining the southwest corner of Honest Ed’s, the storied Suspect Video is Toronto’s original genre emporium. Since its founding, in 1991, Suspect has accumulated a hugely extensive and wildly eclectic inventory that caters to most every taste, though classic horror and vintage exploitation remain its lifeblood. Comprehensively steeped in cult film culture, Suspect also offers limited edition action figures, genre-related books, and a selection of graphic novels. More »

Eyesore Cinema

Eyesore Cinema

Imagine that TIFF's Midnight Madness program (circa its Uptown heyday) had coalesced into a physical form and set up shop above Rotate This. That’s essentially Eyesore Cinema. Fiercely disdainful of most Hollywood fare, owner Daniel Hanna has lovingly curated Toronto's finest selection of obscure cinematic oddities, for rental and purchase. Lovers of live action futanari take note, Hanna is also happy to place special orders. More »

7-24 Movies & More

7-24 Movies & More

Located in the heart of the Church and Wellesley Village (with a second location in Parkdale), 7-24 Movies & More boasts Toronto’s largest collection of LBGT-oriented films, and, indeed, one of the city’s largest film libraries of any description – including some 2,000 Blu-rays. A valuable tip for second-hand shoppers - surplus recent releases (both DVD and Blu-ray) are regularly made available for sale at very reasonable prices. More »

Bay Street Video

Bay Street Video

Tucked away between an optician and a Tim Horton’s, and at the end of an inconspicuous corridor, Bay Street Video is a genuine cinematic treasure trove. It’s the definitive destination for Toronto film collectors, with over 22,000 DVDs and 1,500 Blu-rays available for sale as well as to rent. In practice, those figures are far larger. For titles not in stock, but still in print, speedy special orders are a Bay Street staple. More »



Spacious, family-friendly, and supremely well-organized, Videoflicks has been serving midtown movie lovers for more than 25 years. A comprehensive inventory, helpful staff, up-to-date reference materials, and complimentary popcorn all contribute to a browsing experience that’s second to none, while rental rates and durations are, respectively, among the lowest and lengthiest around. More »



MattAlexander / March 30, 2008 at 11:57 am
The best thing about Queen Video is that they never have what you want to rent so you're forced to rent something you've been meaning to see for years but never got around to it.

I mean that in a good way, but also in a bad way. New Releases are consistently OUT for months. I don't know if it's because everyone else is reserving them or if it's just bad timing but it is very frustrating.

but yes, that's where I rent my movies.
Sarah / March 30, 2008 at 07:36 pm
Matt - you can ask put your name on a waiting list for a specific movie and they will call you when it comes in.
Alexandra / March 30, 2008 at 08:01 pm
I vote on 7-24 Video, on Church & Wellesley. A real gem...
Michael / March 31, 2008 at 10:52 pm
It's not technically a Toronto place -- or a video store -- but I vote for They have pretty much any DVD you can think of, and they mail them right to your house. Perfect for lazy bums such as myself.
labriseman / April 1, 2008 at 06:44 pm
My favorite place is Vintage Video in Mirvish village. John is real nice and knowledgeable about videos. The store only sells vintage films. No renting. Check it out for the nice interior. His selection isn't as large as Bay St. Video, but it's got lots of character and a nice place to shop for classic videos of all kinds. I just moved to Winnipeg and dearly miss that store.
Carlos / April 7, 2008 at 11:36 am
If you live midtown i FULLY recommend going to 'DVD Film Fest'on Eglinton and Duplex (one West of Yonge).
They have amazing selection! and really nice categorization by generes, directors, countries, etc.
Staff is friendly and knowledgeable.
They also take requests if you don't find what you are looking for.
Trish Oates / May 23, 2008 at 11:55 am
vintage video is the worst store ever. the mark up on dvds is inane and insane. the owner was a really mean person as well. he basically told me was nuts
James Procto / May 23, 2008 at 02:46 pm
OH! You mean the $50 OOP (aka Pirated/Illegal) VHS Tapes?

Make sure you look out for the "DO NOT TOUCH" signs, they will getcha.

Store is a joke, just hop across to Suspect if you want rare items at human being pricing.

Sonic Boom on Bloor has a great used DVD section, good new music dvds and an OK selection for other New DVD's.
Dave Gale / May 23, 2008 at 06:22 pm
OHH MANNNNN.. 100% true about vintage video.. the prices were RIDICULOUS.. The pirated crap in there was priced at like $10000 and the old man was such a jerk.. my buddy walked in with a bag, and the old man told him in a rude manner to be careful.. i hate that store.. i want everyone to know my hatred for VINTAGE VIDEO.. CUZ IT IS HORRIBLE!!! go there just to laugh at the prices and the old horrible man.. cuz it sucks.. sorry !!suspect was great though
Adam V / May 23, 2008 at 06:38 pm
Wow, I am not alone on Vintage video. Trish and James nailed it right on the head, and your posts are from today! I went there this weekend and had VERY similar experiences.
The owner refused to sell things to me and goods were labeled improperly (out of print stickers were on things that WERE NOT out of print, items with Import stickers on them WERE NOT I REPEAT were not out of North America Imports.) He had some cool stuff, but it was just riddled with DO NOT TOUCH signs and he eyed me like a wild hawk preying on his blood meal. I felt really uncomfortable. I am never going back.
I think I was look down upon because of my age. Just because i'm 25, does not mean I am an idiot...I sure was treated like one!

Ron / June 27, 2008 at 06:18 pm
Too bad about Vintage. I remember going there a few times but never bought anything due to price. I have been going to a place called Film Fiends on College, tons and tons of really cool used DVDs, they only sell DVDs though. You can save a lot from buying new. I got a copy of Fulci's Beyond for $30. I couldn't find that anywhere! It'll take you about an hour to go thru their stock.
ALLAN / August 2, 2008 at 03:30 am
Bay St. Video is the most sterile, boring store I've ever shopped. I would as soon have Christmas dinner in a 7-11, which has considerably more charm.

The uppity staff, including the owner, like to pretend they are more intelligent than their customers, which begs the question, "Why are such geniuses "working" in a video rental store?

That 24-7 and More dump on Church St. has employees of similar attitude, but not nearly as good a selection as Bay St. Video (if you consider Bay St.'s numerous defective disks part of that selection).

I once told 24-7 and More that a disk didn't work, and the thmartie-pansths answered: "Well, you could always rent it, again, and see if it works."

What IS it about video store employees? Are they all Cinema Studies failures? Too dumb to make french-fries? Raised by their aunties? Why the big chip? Because they're doing a job that requires about as much intelligence as wetting the bed?

To hell with THEM ALL! Very soon, there will be so much pay-per-view (on your PC!) they'll be looking for work in an equally lunkheaded "vocation" -- selling basketballs to munchkins.
M L / September 13, 2008 at 08:53 pm
ditto about vintage video. Its amazing that anyone actually buys anything there. the owner is rudest person in retail
Shawn Meunier / September 17, 2008 at 05:52 pm
All great stores in the list for sure! Black Dog and 2Q on Queen are awesome! You should also check out MovieXpress in King West village (King and Shaw):
It's automated, and once a member - you have 24 HOUR access to cheap DVDs (starting at $2.50!). They also rent the Nintendo Wii console, Guitar Hero and Wii Fit!

Check em out!

Jilly / September 17, 2008 at 06:53 pm
I second the vote for MovieXpress at King and Shaw! Cheap, open 24 hours, and the dude that works there really knows his stuff... he's good at pickin just the right movie to fit your mood. You can also browse the whole library from the internet and reserve online!!

Steve Cohen / October 14, 2008 at 01:39 pm
Hey - don't forget Videoflicks - one of the oldest video stores in the city! Thousands of movies on 2 floors...great rental packages - 5 for $10 for a week!!
Check out ..
Laura / November 17, 2008 at 09:06 pm
Film Fest near Yonge and Eglinton is the best video store in the city, hands down. I've sworn off Queen Video - the staff is snotty, the music pretentious, and so many of the film cases depict explicitly misogynist imagery.
steve / December 21, 2008 at 12:48 pm
I have to agree with you people about vintage video. I was there yesterday and got the staredown like I was trying to steal something... like I'd really want to steal something from their rare collection of nazi movies. I was going to ask about a few things, but then this big black dog woke up off a couch and started barking at me. I decided it was time to leave and I was basically followed to the door on my way out.. just to make sure I didn't do anything stupid. Stores like that should not exist. They should close up shop and use the place as a homeless shelter or something.
Doug replying to a comment from Alexandra / December 27, 2008 at 05:17 pm
I used to live near 7/24, and when I moved away I missed it so much!
V.S.E. replying to a comment from ALLAN / April 3, 2009 at 01:53 pm
Hello Allan. V.S.E. here (Video Store Employee). Just like any other job where you don't own the business, we are payed by a boss to enforce the rental rules he or she has set in place. In your case the problem was with a disc that wouldn't play. The rule at the store you mentioned is that if a customer has a problem with a disc and the stores has another copy then they rent you the alternate copy. If it is the only copy then it is checked in the player in the back and if it doesn't play then you are issued a credit. The logic behind this is that many people have players that are on the fritz or may be extra sensitive to even the smallest surface scratch on the disc. This means that many rental discs will not play if you have a sensitive or dying player. It also curbs complaints from people who simply didn't like the movie they watched and who make up a problem with it to get another free rental. This may not be you, but it does happen. If you have an issue with the checking or credit process then perhaps it would be in your best interests to discuss it with the owner instead of assuming the employees are idiots. It is people like you who are unable to disconnect the individual from the task that make the individuals dread seeing you walk through the doors.

P.S. The name of the store is 7-24 Movies & More, not 24-7 you blazing idiot. Reading a sign is as easy as pissing a bed!
Steve / April 24, 2009 at 06:20 pm
What sucks about the East York area (Donforth, Pape, Broadview, etc) is there is not a single decent privately owned video store in this entire region! I've been reduced to renting "Kill Bill" from Asian Mom & Pop stores which sell a 'little bit of everything'. You know the stores: they sell 99 cent mops in the proverbial barrel. washing machines. can of oil. sardines. etc. and a few mainstream DVDs.

Jesus freakin' christ!!!!!!

Do I have to trapse all the way to Queen West just to rent an artsy fartsy or otherwise non-mainstream video!? What a pain in the ass.

While I'm on a roll I want to warn other poor unfortunates in my rather dull neck 'o' the woods (East York) to NOT rent videos from the video rental place at Pape and Floyd (Next to TD bank branch). Rude, shit service from grumpy old lady! I rented Kill Bill 2 from them....DVD was scratched and wouldn't play...I return video and lady would not give me in-store credit or refund. Nice.

Amy replying to a comment from Steve / April 25, 2009 at 11:12 am
Film Buff East @ Queen and Greenwood.
Michael Lynch / October 18, 2009 at 09:16 pm
The Little Video Shop on Baldwin is a treat for film lovers. Not only is owner and a fantastically generous and knowledgeable lady but she also knows everyone's name...including her customers pets!

The selection of films is fantastic and she will always be able to point you to some obscure gem. There are regular deals for documentaries and foreign films. She has sells a mean ice-cream :)
elizabeth / February 28, 2010 at 01:40 am
Responding to the comments about Vintage Video, I'm sorry you had such a terrible experience but I was met with the exact opposite. A few months ago I went in looking for Hitchcock movie posters. Instead of just telling me he didn't carry them, the owner took the time to explain how they were hard to come by and gave me the contact information for another store in Toronto where I might find them, and even called ahead for me. Every time since I've been welcomed with a friendly smile.

From what I saw the prices were high but you find the same thing with books and cds. It's cheaper to buy online because ur buying straight from the warehouse, as are the owners of these independent stores. They have to make a profit to stay afloat and can't possibly compete with prices online, or with megastores like walmart who can afford to sacrifice profit on certain product to draw traffic and maximize their profit with other products.

I'm a student on a budget and I understand the dent in your wallet this store can make but the wealth of knowledge this guy has about classic films is incredible and any film junkie would be losing out to not at least take a visit for themselves and see the incredible collection of films.
Allison / March 17, 2010 at 02:03 pm
I work at Yonge and Front street. Does anyone know of a video store close by? I love older films 50s, 60s, 70s. Thanks :)
jasmine / March 26, 2010 at 04:55 pm
without a doubt the little video shop is the best video store in toronto. it has an amzing selection of foreign, independents and documentaries. but most of all the owner is so nice and knowledgeable i always walk away with exactly what i wanted even when i didn't even know i wanted it!
Paul / April 12, 2010 at 04:48 pm
I've been renting at Movie Art Decor in the High Park Area. The store has been around for over 25 years and has a great selection of foreign and documentary films. They also have a huge selection of movie posters both original and reproductions. I decorated my TV room with some great art work.
Thomas / May 31, 2010 at 01:13 am
What really annoys me is that there are NO good places to buy movies in Scarborough - I mean Best Buy/Future Shop (never in stock) and HMV (definitely NEVER in stock) is all we got here - why is everything delegated to downtown?
MarkMacGuire / October 17, 2010 at 08:37 pm
Queen Video rents defective DVDs. If you report a DVD is defective (heavy pixalation, skips) then they give you coupon for another movie. But they rent out the defective one again. If you rent 4 DVDs at a time, I will guarantee at least 1 will be defective, often 2 out of 4. I have an 8 year old account, and used them a lot. The last few years Queen Video has really deteriorated. Lots of titles, zero quality control. If the previous renter spilled pizza and beer on the DVD, then you get to clean it off. That's not an exaggeration.
John replying to a comment from Steve / December 24, 2010 at 04:41 am
The Film Buff on Queen and Greenwood is a great place. The Hollywood Canteen at Danforth and Coxwell has some really cool cinema merchandise and classic films. There's also a video rental store on the west side of Broadview between Danforth and the Loblaws.
Darkhawk / January 10, 2011 at 05:40 pm
Sorry, but Bay St. Video blows the rest out of the water. Aside from its ease of organisation, it's also just as (if not more) cheap than the rest, and the people there REALLY know their stuff. Plus, for real film buffs, it cuts out a lot of the cheesy B through Z-grade crap other places carry so they can claim they're "eclectic."
Carrera997 / February 6, 2011 at 04:25 pm
Theres a place in Toronto that rents DVD's for free. I can't remember the name right now. They have a ton of locations, a searchable online database, all the latest blockbusters, classics, and foreign films. They even ship stuff to your nearest location, also for free. The service is kinda crapy, but most of the employees have a university degree. Sometimes the DVD's are scratched, but if you complain, they usually will get you another one. Damn, what was the name of that place, it was on the top of my head. Oh yeah, Toronto Public Library! Maybe you've heard of it?
BL / June 1, 2011 at 11:08 am
umm.....VIDEOFLICKS!? why isnt this on the list? its great. great service, and they give you free popcorn.
Todd replying to a comment from BL / June 1, 2011 at 11:16 am
Videoflicks is on the list (it's number 8).
superdude / June 1, 2011 at 11:25 am
FilmFest is now Upstairs Video and relocated to Yonge Street. Friendliest place in the city.
bobmorton / June 1, 2011 at 11:43 am
Wow. You guys really dropped the ball in not mentioning Upstairs Video. Arguably the best video store uptown & located right at the Yonge-Eglinton hub.
Alex / June 1, 2011 at 11:45 am
What's a video store?
mark / June 1, 2011 at 11:49 am
Who rents videos anymore?
These will all be bankrupt within the next year.
Julian Carrington / June 1, 2011 at 11:52 am
Bob, the list and ranking are based on the responses of our reader poll, but that's where the comments section comes in handy. Thanks for your thoughts on Upstairs Video.
Chinatown Fried Rice / June 1, 2011 at 12:21 pm
The video store in the food court at Sherway Gardens is pretty large, they got all kinds of indie stuff. I think there is a store in Square One also.
Matt / June 1, 2011 at 12:36 pm
In three years, I think I've only rented one or two defective discs from Queen Video. I only blame the store so far...most peopel are way too cavalier about tossing discs around, leaving them face down on surfaces or out of the case for days at a time.
Phil / June 1, 2011 at 12:52 pm
7/24 in Parkdale should be #1. But 2Q is also great, locations on Queen, Bloor and St. Clair, all of them between Dufferin and Bathurst.
gr1 / June 1, 2011 at 02:14 pm
gonna miss marquee.
Name Required / June 1, 2011 at 03:18 pm
Queen Video was great 20 years ago, but at a certain point I found myself all too often having to make the trek across to Suspect to find what I wanted. When Suspect opened a location on Queen West I was very pleased, but then it burned down and I was sad. Then Eyesore Cinema opened up and I was happy again. The end.
Eric / June 1, 2011 at 08:41 pm
Wow people like to bitch alot, I love hanging out at my local video store. I like talking about what I know AND learning what I don't know. True I can't afford stuff at Vintage but it's not made for a guy like me, so why complain. Now the people commenting just to say negative things, listen seriously grow up, video stores are an ageing practice that slowly will cease to exist, but they survive now due to interesting strange people that LOVE to do it just because they do. If you don't want to enjoy it let them be in peace. I for one will keep popping my head around the places on Bloor and Queen st and saying hi and hopefully when I can afford it rent or buy something I have never even heard of before. Why? Because some interestingly strange people gave me some interestingly strange advice. Well worth the late fees :) And here's a bonus idea for you, get off the internet for a feeeewww seconds. If you want to sit on your ass and watch a movie walk to a store ask a real person face to face who isn't just like you and your buddies what they think, and take a chance. Then sit at home on your ass and watch a movie.
Trotsky / June 2, 2011 at 06:11 am
The best video rental "store" is the Toronto Public Library. End of story.
gadfly replying to a comment from ALLAN / June 2, 2011 at 09:00 am
Pssst, Matt, the common denominator here is YOU. I have been renting from 7-24 for 15 years, and as a former owner of 2 video stores (up north), I can tell you that this is a well stocked store. After I sold my 2 stores, I managed 2 stores for Rogers. I used to send people over to 7-24! I've never had a problem with the staff: you get what you give.
Mr. Video has been around since the early '80s - it even weathered Major Video's 'flagship' store that opened (and closed) about a block away. I'd say he is doing something right. But, hey, you're the expert.
Peter / June 3, 2011 at 11:57 am
Vintage Video is an excellent memorabilia museum or video gallery, but a lousy store, due to the strict high pricing. I love going in there and looking at the selection, but I've probably only bought something once. I'll echo that the owner is quite knowledgeable about all things cinema, and tells a good story - again, its more of a gallery then a store.
Videostore Joe / June 4, 2011 at 04:29 pm
Hey Mark,
Your smug "all these stores will be bankrupt in a year" scenario is wholly inaccurate and is proof that you actually have no idea what you are typing about. For people who truly enjoy cinema and love to immerse themselves in the experience, a physical video store with a great selection and environment is second to none. A computer screen can never replicate the ritualistic interactive process of browsing, holding a case, selecting a film, asking a real person for recommendations etc. If movies to you are simply something you look at to pass the time and you delve no deeper than this, any downloaded piece of free pacification will certainly do. Those who want something of substance and want to support an industry they dearly wish to see continue put their time and money where their love is. Otherwise, as movies are more and more undervalued, seen as throwaway, watched and then deleted, the quality will suffer. We will live in a world where indies no longer get funded and only the biggest, brashest, sure fire movies get made. The sleeper will be put to sleep for good. It's shameful when people proclaim their undying love for a director or musician with rants and raves but have never actually supported them in a way that will see them continue producing. A collection of burned DVDs doesn't make you a fan. There is already a growing backlash against this mindset and people ARE returning to the video store. And many of us out here never left.
Dave K / June 8, 2011 at 12:16 am
Anyone know of a decent video rental place near Sheppard and Don Mills? Seems like kind of a wasteland out here for good video stores. All we really had was Blockbuster - and even that's gone now.

Wish I were back at Yonge and Eglinton sometimes - Film Fest was fantastic - great selection and knowledgeable but non-snooty staff.
Fantomex replying to a comment from Dave K / June 8, 2011 at 02:39 am
There are none there like in downtown (there used to be, before the rise of most of these chains.) That's what you get for living in surburbia, sad to say
Bree / October 3, 2011 at 05:38 am
What's the best spot to find French Films??
Fantomex replying to a comment from Bree / October 3, 2011 at 02:00 pm
At this point, I have no idea. Perhaps Suspect Video has some or Queen Video dose.
James replying to a comment from Videostore Joe / October 29, 2011 at 06:23 pm
I agree with videostore joe on his main premise. even though I suspect his & my tastes in movies are probably very different there is the somewhat social aspect of going out to the movies or for movies I should say. That is the "going out" part. Hidef widescreen tv's are great, as is blu-ray & surround sound and so on. but I do still like not only going out to theatres but the video store. Going around the store looking for things I want I often would find stuff I'd have not noticed otherwise and running accross other movie fans from time to time. Thats something I liked, even when I comitted the blasphemous act of going to a chain store which I was forced to do based on where I live in the boonies (which is a lot further out than scarborough, take my word for it). All I had was was video king, movie gallery and blockbuster, in the past 5 years all 3 have dissapeared. Now unless I find some hidden gem I'm stuck with the usual retailers who's specialty is having a few movies across the aisle from coffee makers, motor oil, or shampoo.
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