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    The Perfectionist's Guide To Fantastic Video
    Page last updated:
    11 June 2017
    Subject: Fantasy,  Classic Monsters,  Horror,  Sci-Fi,  
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    Fantasy, Classic Monsters, Horror, Sci-Fi, Bimonthly magazine from Cincinnati , United States published by Tim and Donna Lucas (Eds.),

    - First and last issue: 1990-2017
    - 187 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database. (Completed). 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 in 1990 he started publishing VW.
    - More details than any other edition is what characterizes VW. Usually there is a cover story with exclusive interviews and a lot of reviews.
    In color, small size (A5), 80 pages magazine without any ads but with plenty to read.
    - Ceased publication.
    - Website: www.videowatchdog.com

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    Issue #48
    June 1998
    Watchdog news: Creature With The Blue Hand is the latest addition to the list of video retitlings.
    New Dracula releases: Tim Lucas compares Dracula, Father and Son (starring Christopher Lee) to its previous US release Dracula and Son. Also reviews new laserdiscs of Hammer's Dracula has Risen From the Grave, The Satanic Rites of Dracula, The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires and The 7 Brothers Meet Dracula.
    Gordon Mitchell: Atlas in the land of the cinema: Interview with one of the great American stars of the Italian cinema. In a 40 year film career ranging from The Ten Commandments to Bikini Drive-In, he's played Maciste, Atlas, Goliath, heroes and villains, cowboys and indians-even himself.
    Video Tapevine: The Black Cat (1941), Camille 2000, Captive Wild Woman, Jungle Woman, The Jungle Captive, The Gold Eyes of Fear, The Devil's Nightmare, The Reincarnation of Isabel, The Sinful Nuns of St. Valentine, The Devil Rides Out, Dragons Forever, Frankenstein Created Woman, Gunhed, Happy Together, Hong Kong 1941, Impulse, Kiss Me Monster, Magnificent Warriors, Mahler, The Mummy's Shroud, Nanook of the North, The Penalty, Sister Street Fighter, Tetsuo 2-Body Hammer, Tokyo-The Last Megalopolis, 2103-The Deadly Wake, The Witches, Woman in the Dunes.
    Tapes From the Attic: The Stun Man, White of the Eye, The Witch Who Came From the Sea.
    Discs : Alien: Resurrection, An American Werewolf In Paris, Amazon Women On The Moon, The Bride With White Hair 1 & 2, A Chinese Ghost Story 1 & 2, Dario Argento's World of Horror, Finders Keepers, Lovers Weepers, Good Morning And Goodbye, Hard Target, Satan's Sadist, Spawn, The Thing, Time Bandits, Tomorrow Never Dies.
    Biblio Watchdog: Dracula The First 100 Years, Larry Cohen The Radical Allegories of an Independent Filmmaker, The Sex Films: Japanese Cinema Encyclopedia, We Belong Dead: Frankenstein on Film.
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    Issue #47
    May 1998
    Watchdog news: Never before released Exorcist footage on tape and DVD and a photo from the world's first Dracula film, Drakula, a Hungarian production that predates Nosferatu by a year!
    GANJA AND HESS Undead: The Restoration of a Forgotten Treasure : David Kalat relates the behind-the-scenes story of the making of All Day Entertainment's superb new DVD release of Bill Gunn's Black vampire classic Ganja and Hess!
    QUATERMASS and the Pen : Kim Newman and Julian Petley interview Nigel Kneale -- the father of Prof. Bernard Quatermass -- about his long and distinguished career as a teleplaywright, screenwriter and novelist of the fantastic!
    "All Is Well" -- In Defense of STARSHIP TROOPERS: Michael Lennick rallies on behalf of Paul Verhoeven's magnificent, misunderstood sci-fi spectacular!
    Video Tapevine: The Avengers '67, Beginning of the End, Black Angel, Castle of the Living Dead, Devil's Woman, Gravesend, Lady Snowblood: Love Song of Vengeance, Legacy of Rage, Little Mother, Ministry of Fear, The Prodigal Son, Shatter, Tenchu, The Trial, When Pigs Fly, Winners & Sinners.
    Tapes From the Attic: Devil Fetus, Frankenstein '80.
    Discs : A Better Tomorrow, Animaland, Death In Venice, Deat Race 2000, Double Suicide, Ganja & Hess, Gattaca, King Kong vs Godzilla, Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, Organized Crime And Triad Bureau, Psycho, Quatermass and the Pit, The Lost Continent, Reefer Madness, Scream 2, Short Cinema Journal 1 & 2, Tokyo Drifter, Branded To Kill, Women In Love.
    Biblio Watchdog: James Whale: A New World of Gods and Monsters, Mondo Macabro.
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    Issue #46
    April 1998
    Godzilla invades home video: The vibrations of the new Godzilla's approach are responsible for a magnificent bounty of classic Toho releases (Godzilla-King of the Monsters, Godzilla vs Mothra, Godzilla vs Monster Zero, Godzilla's revenge, Terror of Mechagodzilla, Destroy Al Monsters, Godzilla vs King Ghidora, Godzilla and Mothra-The Battle for Earth).
    Hot Coffee and Cold Blood: The Making of THE EVIL DEAD Bill Warren follows director Sam Raimi, producer Robert Tapert, star Bruce Campbell and others down Memory Lane in this never-before-published chapter from his book The Evil Dead Companion.
    The Epic Horror of the Evil Dead Trilogy: From the Backwoods of Tennessee to Lord Arthur's Court : Rebecca and Sam Umland deliver the definitive essay on Raimi's trilogy, including in-depth comparisons of all the different known versions of all three Evil Dead films: The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn and Army of Darkness!
    Video Tapevine: Dark Prince-Intimate Tales of Marquis de Sade, Hybrid, Mimic, The Night Stalker, The Night Strangler, The Reincarnation of Golden Lotus, Scared to Death, Six O'Clock News, Suspiria.
    Tapes From the Attic: The Accident, Buried Alive and Beyond the Darkness.
    Discs : Boogie Nights, A Chinese Ghost Story-The Tsui Hark Animation, Darkman, The Devil's Advocate, Flubber, Full Alert, Irma Vep, It's Alive/It Lives Again, L.A. Confidential, Onibaba, Prince of Darkness, Spirits of the Dead, They Live, Samurai Banners, This Island Earth, Zombie, and also a collection of Hercules and Xena discs.
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    Issue #45
    March 1998
    Videos: The Alley Cats, Dark Odyssey, Frankenstein's Daughter, Hangmen Also Die, The Libertine, The Lickerish Quartet, Lone Wolf and Cub: White Heaven In Hell, Once Upon A Time In China And America, Railroaded, Red Lion, Righting Wrongs, Shogun's Shadow, The Soviet avant-garde (5 tapes: By The Law/Chess Fever, Man With A Movie Camera, Storm Over Asia, Turksib/Salt For Svanetia, Deserter), The Wacky World Of Doctor Morgus, Wheels On Meals.
    Tapes from the attic: Blade Of The Ripper, The Strange Vice of Mrs. Ward, Encounter Of The Spooky Kind, Ghost Fever, Spooky-Spooky.
    The Lathe Of Heaven : Frank Garcia traces the production history of this acclaimed 1980 PBS movie, and investigates the matter of its 15 year disappearance! With exclusive comments from actors Bruce Davison and Kevin Conway, producer Fred Barzyk, and novelist Ursula K. Le Guin!
    Laserdiscs/DVD: The Asphyx, Countess Dracula, Twins Of Evil, Vampire Circus, Evil Dead 2-Dead By Dawn, Fahrenheit 451, Little Shop of Horrors-Special Edition, Monty Python's Life Of Brian, The Night Porter, Victim, Operation Condor, Armour of God 2-Operation Condor, Rabid Dogs, Rouge, The Terror, Timecop, Tommy, 12 Monkeys, Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars, Waterworld.
    Also books (Wes Craven's Last House On The Left: The Making Of A Cult Classic, Making Mischief: The Cult Films Of Pete Walker), soundtracks, letters.
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    Issue #44
    February 1998
    Videos: The Adventures of El Frenetico and Go-Girl, Beat Girl, Champagne for Caesar, Expresso Bongo, Heroes Shed No Tears, Lady Snowblood, The Navy vs The Night Monsters, Ninja-Band of Assassins, Sleepy Eyes of Death: Full Circle Lilling, Royal Warriors, Teenagers From Outer Space, Tender Flesh.
    Daughters of Darkness: The new, expanded, director's cut now available on tape and disk.
    Ulli Lommel: Stranger in Paradise: Chronicle of the offbeat career of this talelented writer/director.
    Laserdiscs: The Absent-minded Professor, Son of Flubber, Cannibal Ferox Deluxe Edition, Contact, Faster Pussycat! Kill..Kill, God Told Me To, The Iceman Cometh, Mangiati Vivi (Eaten Alive), Mark of the Devil, Switchblade Sisters, Witch from Nepal.
    DVD: Babe, The Heroic Trio, Horror Express, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Re-Animator, The Sadist.
    Also books (Vampires on Video by J.Gordon Melton, Lon Chaney Jr & Dwight Frye's Last Laugh by Midnight Marquee Press), soundtracks, letters.
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    Issue #43
    January 1998
    Christopher Lee: Words and music.
    Videos: The Hitch-Hiker, Lone Wolf & Cub: Baby Cart in Peril, Lone Wolf & Cub: Baby Cart in the Land of Demons, The Razor: Who's Got the Gold?, Millionaires' Express, The Playgirls and the Vampire, Return of the Blind Dead, Sweet Home, Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain.
    Tapes from the attic: Judex, Juve vs Fantomas, Man from Deep River, Shadowman, Postman Strikes Back, To Hell with the Devil.
    Kiss Me Doubly: Notes on David Lynch's Lost Highway.
    Stephen King's Needful Things: A talk with director Fraser Heston about the special four hour version.
    Laserdiscs: The Cat and the Canary (1927), The Dead and the Deadly, Pink Flamingos, Prom Night, The Rapture, Scream, She Shoots Straight, plus 7 Jackie Chan releases.
    DVD: Forbidden Planet, Sex and Zen, Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
    Also books, soundtracks, letters.
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