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Hey-yo, Tapeheads! It’s FINALLY here! LUNCHMEAT #9 is now ready to boogie woogie on your rewind-inclined brain, dudes! This brand spankin’ new issue is jam-packed with 52 pages of VHS-obsessed content including reviews of VHS-only titles like Terror on Tour, My Brother Has Bad Dreams, Invasion Force, Battle of the Bullies and many more!   We’ve also got radical interviews with Pleasant Gehman all about her experience filming the punk rock ripper The Runnin’ Kind, words with low-budget action movie Renaissance Man David Heavener, and director Robet McGinley talks about creating the post-apocalyptic skate punk world of Shredder Orpheus! But...

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The flow of fresh VHS continues to roll, Videovores, and today’s featured slab was brought to our analog attention by our resident rewind-inclined animation aficionado Taylor Duff: a name you’re sure to recognize if you’re familiar with Lunchmeat Magazine’s Animation from the Abyss! Fans of modern avant-garde works will take special interest in this initial VHS offering from Brooklyn, NY outfit RANDOM MAN, who describe themselves as a collaborative entity that “promotes underrepresented and overlooked works through publications and events.” You know we can dig it. RANDOM MAN’s first fresh VHS release is titled Savory Selections and, from the look...

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