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LUNCHMEAT MAGAZINE is back with a brand new issue jam-packed with 64 pages of pure VHS-obsessed content!

LUNCHMEAT #12 Features:

  1. Reviews of 13 radical cult classics and obscurities, only available on VHS

  2. An intriguing interview with Brett McCormick, The creator of the VHS grail, The Abomination, who discusses his splatter gem, quantum mechanics and aliens!

  3. A conversation with Jet Eller, the director of the southern horror comedy Marley’s Revenge, who brings us behind the scenes on the set of the micro-budget monster movie.

  4. An interview with real life martial arts teacher, Don Bendell, on the making of his one-of-a-kind martial arts movie, The Instructor.

  5. For Promotional Use Only: A trip through the intoxicating world of video store screener tapes, and a look at the important role they play in home video history.

  6. John Wintergate gives us a fascinating look at the history and reception of his cult horror comedy Boardinghouse

  7. Tapes of the World: 3 Tapesheads from around the globe share their international tape collections and the stories behind them.

  8. Video Voyeurism: the odd allure of other people’s home videos, and the reasons this footage deserves your attention.

  9. The tobacco chewin’, gut spillin’, shot-on-video Redneck Zombie Interview with producer, co-writer, editor, effects man and actor Ed Bishop

  10. No Cuts: A Brief History of Anime on VHS, as told through a selection of pivotal North American tape releases.

  11. New Jersey native Zachary Winston Snygg talks about his prolific career. from SOV excess to softcore spoofs, he's done it all.

  12. It’s VHScience! There's more than meets the eye when it comes to that magic magnetic tape. Let's take a closer look!

  13. Tapeheads Anonymous: Do you have some nagging tape-related troubles? Rotty Rentals is ready with answers to all your analog inquiries.

  14. A brand new Pause and VHSearch with Uncle Clutch!

64 pages. Perfect Bound. Full-color covers. Black and white interiors.

This is the first press limited to 1000 copies worldwide.