Grindhouse

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'''Grindhouse''' was a horror movie [[fanzine]] published by J. Adler out of New York, NY during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Sub-titled ''Where the Blood Hits the Fan!'', the [[zine]] covered the dirtiest and scariest of movies, from exploitation and gore films to snuff flicks and sleazy porn, but mostly it was focused on reviews of low-budget horror. It was handwritten and somewhat psychotic looking, contained in-depth movie reviews, and was published irregularly. The last known issue was #8 in 1991, it was 10 pages and photocopied. '''Grindhouse''' was featured in [[The World of Zines]].
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'''Grindhouse''' was a horror movie [[fanzine]] published by J. Adler out of New York, NY during the late 1980s and early 1990s.  
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Sub-titled ''Where the Blood Hits the Fan!'', the zine covered the dirtiest and scariest of movies, from exploitation and gore films to snuff flicks and sleazy porn, but mostly it was focused on reviews of low-budget horror. It was handwritten and somewhat psychotic looking, contained in-depth movie reviews, and was published irregularly. The last known issue was #8 in 1991, it was 10 pages and photocopied. '''Grindhouse''' was featured in [[The World of Zines]].
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Grindhouse was a horror movie fanzine published by J. Adler out of New York, NY during the late 1980s and early 1990s.

Sub-titled Where the Blood Hits the Fan!, the zine covered the dirtiest and scariest of movies, from exploitation and gore films to snuff flicks and sleazy porn, but mostly it was focused on reviews of low-budget horror. It was handwritten and somewhat psychotic looking, contained in-depth movie reviews, and was published irregularly. The last known issue was #8 in 1991, it was 10 pages and photocopied. Grindhouse was featured in The World of Zines.

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