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For those of you unfamiliar with Dededubdub, let me give a little background. Dededubdub (D-Town for short) was started as a small bi-monthly newsletter in 1982 to alert my friends about the new horror films that were released to theaters. I kept my own politics to a minimum (usually confined to the editorial page) and concentrated on the films and filmmakers themselves. Each issue of Dededubdub was jam-packed with reviews of films that you probably never heard of along with full cast and crew credits as well as original rare ad mats. Dededubdub accepted no advertising making it a complete read from the first page to the last. NOTE: After a long and hard look at the publishing business (or the "rip-off business" as I call it), I will no longer be publishing dEDEDUBDUB. It will now be completely web-based. I hope you enjoy this web site. If you do (or if you don't), drop me an e-mail (email@example.com)and let me know what you think. NOTE #2: Now with the advent of "Publishing On Demand" there has been a new proliferation of genre zines flooding the market, some excellent and some self-serving. But bringing print back to horror is always a good thing and I wish these people nothing but the best of luck. I buy a lot of these POD zines and enjoy the hell out of them (check out Tim Paxton's MONSTER!, Brian Harris, Paxton and Tony Strauss' WENG'S CHOP and Billy & Vanessa Nocera's EVILSPEAK to read some of the best new zines on the market [look them up by name on Facebook for ordering information]), but don't look for me to revive DEDEDUBDUB in print form. And one last thing:
We fucking hate them.