Video Eyeball Magazine – No. 1 – Apr/May 1994 Debut Issue
Video Eyeball No. 1
This ultra-rare magazine about obscure and cult films on VHS tape you see before you is called Video Eyeball: the Video Suggestion Rag with the Optic Nerve. Originally published as a free newsprint paper bimonthly by Dave Yount in Boston, it eventually expanded into national distribution with a very slick and polished look. This publication is for the true cineaaste and movie nerd, reviewing the best overlooked movies, TV and more on VHS tape, related CDs, books and zines as well as cataloging video sources. Impossible to find back issues anywhere, these magazines are true time capsule treasures of the early VHS tape, Beta, and Laserdisc format rental and collecting era.
This is issue number one and the debut of Video Eyeball from 1994 that covers reviews and great features such as Video Picks... Powwow Highway, Modern Romance, Eyeball Drive-in by Frank Coleman with mini reviews of Free Grass, God Told Me To, The Brainiac and more, The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years, Between the Lines, Cutter's Way, Kipperbang, Eyeball Focus on animator Sean Burns, comic strip King Cat by John Porcellino, and Notes for Tapeheads. There is even an ad for the notorious Video Search of Miami.
Magazine has only the slightest shelf wear and is in near mint condition. There are total of 24 pages including the cover. The interior pages are printed black and white on newsprint paper stock. Only the slightest browning of the interior pages.
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COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
SIZE: 8-1/4" x 10"