LUNCHMEAT
Modern Horror Irregular Fanzine from Erdenheim ,United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 2008-2015
- Horror and exploitation movies.
- Reviews of rare and out-of-print vhs tapes, as well as original cartoons, articles, and more.
- Creators: Josh Schafer and Ted.
- Published by Lunchmeat Magazine
- Website: www.lunchmeatvhs.com

Last updated:
2015-05-06

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There are 9 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 9
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CONTENTS: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2014 2015 All GALLERIES: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2014 2015 All

Issue 6
December 2011
We've stacked the slimy slices o' cinema high in LM # 6 serving up in-depth reviews of hard-to-find VHS-only flicks such as Blue Blood, America's Deadliest Home Video, Rockula, and Desert Snow along with a slew of other blood-encrusted video vittles to chew on! Also skulking around in this issue we've got an interview with Daniel Roebuck where he spills his guts about his experience working on Penelope Spheeris' cult-classic punk rock road flick Dudes! Director extraordinaire Gene Quintano gives us the skinny on how 3D films pounced on audiences across the world in the early 80s, and Lunchmeat is absolutely thrilled to present an interview with cult cinema hero George Stover as he details the history of one of the most amazing fanzines you may have never heard of: CINEMACABRE! Also on the menu for LM # 6, we've got Heather Drain expounding on the cavorting and carnality soaked teen sex comedies of the home video era and, as always, we're serving up Rob Hauschild's dumpster diving dish: Tapes from the Trash Bin!

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