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VIDEO JUNKIE
It's Not A Hobby... It's A Way Of Life


- First issue: 1996
- Dedicated to "international coverage of action, fantasy, horror and sci-fi films"
- An effort to bring something new to the alternative film magazines area.
- Editor: Thomas T. Simmons
- Was schedule for three times per year but I 'm waiting the third issue for sometime now. 66 black and white A4 pages.
- Website: www.vidjunkie.com

Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy
Fanzine
from
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
3 August 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 1996 1997 GALLERIES: 1996 1997 All DATABASE INFO
2 listed issue(s)

Issue 2
1997

Jackie Chan: Finally smashes into the US
The Mask: The director's cut
Tomb Hooper: From Texas to space (Lifeforce)
William Lusting: The director talks about Maniac
Ken Russell: Psychedelic Cinema
Video reviews: Accione Mutante, Addicted to Murder, Bloodlust, The Demolitionist, Devil Rider, Executive Decision, Fair Game, The Fantastic Four, From Dusk Till Dawn, Game of Death II, Halloween 6, Hellraiser Bloodline, Interview with the Vampire, Living Dead Girl, Mr. Stitch, The Norseman, Original Gangstas, and a lot more.


Issue 1
February 1996

The resurection of Godzilla.
Hard Target: Director's cut.
Mike Vraney: Something's Weird in Seattle.
First Knight: Yet another telling of King Arthur's legend.
Hammer 1970 A.D.: Revisiting England's historic Hammer Films.
Hardcore Hong Kong: The darker aspects of HK cinema.
A man called Crumb: Underground comics.
Al Adamson remembered.
Heavenly Creatures: Director's cut.
Video reviews: Adrenaline, Automatic, Candyman Farewell to the Flesh, Castle Freak, Children of the Corn III Urban Harvest, Darkman II The Return of Durant, A Day Without Policemen, Death Machine, Die Hard With a Vengeance, Equinox, Evolver, The Devil's Rain, Female Neo Ninjas, Hideaway, Hunting List, Ice Cream Man, Mortal Kombat, Mosquito, Nemesis 2, The Red Circle, and a lot more.

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