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    The Perfectionist's Guide To Fantastic Video
    Page last updated:
    19 June 2015
    22 March 2015
    Subject: Fantasy,  Classic Monsters,  Horror,  Sci-Fi,  
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    Fantasy, Classic Monsters, Horror, Sci-Fi, Monthly magazine from Cincinnati , United States published by Tim and Donna Lucas (Eds.),

    - First issue: 1990
    - 182 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (full listing). Highslide JS
    - Fantastic cinema is the top priority but no genre is neglected.
    - At the beginning there was Tim's column in Video Times and Gorezone and then around 1990 he started publishing a mag of his own.
    - More details than any other edition is what characterizes VW. Usually there is a cover story with exclusive interviews and a lot of reviews.
    - Tim and Donna Lucas present a great issue every month (or every 2 months).
    In color, small size (A5), 80 pages magazine without any ads but with plenty to read.
    - Website: www.videowatchdog.com

    Showing: 2 issues from 1990
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    Issue #2
    The Annotated Twin Peaks
    The Brainiac Speaks! Dubbing The Wonder World Of K. Gordon Murray
    New Joe Dante Footage!
    Cat O'nine Tails
    Francis Coppola
    The Evil Dead
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    Issue #1
    Jess Franco, How To Read A Franco Film
    Cut And Run
    Carnival Of Souls
    Batman & Robin
    Hercules & The Captive Women
    Rod Serling
    Venezuelan Video
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