Lunchmeat VHS

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Lunchmeat VHS
Lunchmeat VHS, Issue 2
Editor Josh Schafer
Categories Horror
Frequency Unpredictable
First issue August 2008
Country United States
Based in Elmer, New Jersey

Lunchmeat VHS Fanzine is a magazine dedicated to the preservation of horror and exploitation films on the VHS format. It is published occasionally and is edited by Josh Schafer. It has been in publication since August 2008.


Lunchmeat VHS contains interviews with actors of niche genre films, painters of VHS cover art, directors of obscure gems, and even proprietors of long-standing VHS rental stores. Lunchmeat VHS also reviews music from horror films (on vinyl), and produces genre-themed crossword puzzles as well as cartoons.[1]


Some of the regular writers include John DeSantis, Heather Drain, Rob Hauschild, Louis Justin, David J. Moore, and Josh Schafer.[2]


  1. ^ B., Greg. "Lunchmeat VHS magazine issue #5 (review)". Cinesploitation Blog. Retrieved 19 June 2011. 
  2. ^ "Kitchen Staff". Lunchmeat VHS. Retrieved 19 June 2011. 

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