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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CONTENTS: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2014 2015 All GALLERIES: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2013 2014 2015 All

Issue 7
July/August/September 2013
50+ pages of video era celebration including in-depth reviews of the analog-only delights Double Trouble, The Shout, Thunder Warrior II, Hunter’s Blood , Tombstone Territory, Project Nightmare, and a whole mess more! No kiddin! Also on the menu for this issue we’ve got interviews with Aussie auteur Brian Trenchard-Smith rapping about his video-only gem The Quest, video era heavyweight Jeffery Obrow tells us all about his expansive genre career with flicks like The Kindred, The Power and The Dorm that Dripped Blood! Character actor extraordinaire Eddie Deezen nerds out with us about VHS tapes and space travel, Sam Sherman gives us the skinny about the history of Super Video and Liane Curtis delivers the low down on what it’s like being everyone’s favorite girlfriend from hell! YES! But wait… there’s more?! MUCH MORE! You’ll also be able to sink your tape-loving teeth into Rob Hauschild’s Christian Scare Edition of Tapes from the Trash (Hallelujah, Videvores!), Matthew Dilts-Williams details the history of Thriller Video complete with a nifty collector’s checklist, and we explore the incredible VHS-oriented documentary Chuck Norris vs. Communism with director Ilinca Calugareanu!

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