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Video Watchdog is a bimonthly, digest size film magazine started in 1990 by publisher/editor Tim Lucas and his wife, art director and co-publisher Donna Lucas. Although devoted chiefly to the horror, science fiction, and fantasy genres, the magazine frequently delves beyond these strictures into art film, Hong Kong action cinema, spaghetti western, exploitation films, anime, and general mainstream cinema. In addition to Lucas himself, Video Watchdog's list of regular contributors includes such writers as Kim Newman, Stephen R. Bissette, associate editor John Charles, Bill Cooke and Heather Drain. Regular columns include "Ramsey's Rambles" by Ramsey Campbell and in past issues, "Fleapit Flashbacks" by Joe Dante. Douglas E. Winter contributes a CD/music column, "Audio Watchdog," while books

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  • Video Watchdog is a bimonthly, digest size film magazine started in 1990 by publisher/editor Tim Lucas and his wife, art director and co-publisher Donna Lucas. Although devoted chiefly to the horror, science fiction, and fantasy genres, the magazine frequently delves beyond these strictures into art film, Hong Kong action cinema, spaghetti western, exploitation films, anime, and general mainstream cinema. In addition to Lucas himself, Video Watchdog's list of regular contributors includes such writers as Kim Newman, Stephen R. Bissette, associate editor John Charles, Bill Cooke and Heather Drain. Regular columns include "Ramsey's Rambles" by Ramsey Campbell and in past issues, "Fleapit Flashbacks" by Joe Dante. Douglas E. Winter contributes a CD/music column, "Audio Watchdog," while books
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  • Video Watchdog is a bimonthly, digest size film magazine started in 1990 by publisher/editor Tim Lucas and his wife, art director and co-publisher Donna Lucas. Although devoted chiefly to the horror, science fiction, and fantasy genres, the magazine frequently delves beyond these strictures into art film, Hong Kong action cinema, spaghetti western, exploitation films, anime, and general mainstream cinema. In addition to Lucas himself, Video Watchdog's list of regular contributors includes such writers as Kim Newman, Stephen R. Bissette, associate editor John Charles, Bill Cooke and Heather Drain. Regular columns include "Ramsey's Rambles" by Ramsey Campbell and in past issues, "Fleapit Flashbacks" by Joe Dante. Douglas E. Winter contributes a CD/music column, "Audio Watchdog," while books are reviewed in "Biblio Watchdog" by Lucas, Anthony Ambrogio and Brett Taylor.
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