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When I think of Playboy magazine, I think of four things: the naked women, the Gahan Wilson comics, the articles, and the ads.
What James Cameron told me about his approach to filming the AVATAR sequels: "Probably the most challenging thing I’ve ever done."
Vernon Wells discusses the origins of his savage ROAD WARRIOR villain and shares behind-the-scenes secrets from one of the most influential post-apocalyptic films ever made.
Guillermo del Toro explains how monster movies and magazines motivated him to learn English in his early years to become the ultimate Monster Kid.
Filmmaker and historian Joe Dante reflects on the impact Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine had on him -- and the world.
I chat with Richard Benjamin about the thrill of getting to play cowboy in Michael Crichton's ahead-of-its-time 1973 Sci-Fi classic.
I chatted with MST3K creator Joel Hodgson, who happily reminisced about how Gamera boosted his fledgling cable show with the power of rubber monster comedy.
That time I lunched with BREAKING AWAY star Dennis Christopher, who detailed his unlikely detour into a slasher cult classic.
Tom Savini recounts his struggles remaking 1990's NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD -- and coming to terms with it.
My interview with the late, great STAR TREK icon Nichelle Nichols, and the special, surreal moment we shared.
That time I reunited John Landis, Rick Baker, David Naughton, Jenny Agutter, and Griffin Dunne to reminisce about AMERICAN WEREWOLF for the pages of Famous Monsters magazine.
TOP GUN star Kelly McGillis details working with Tom Cruise, the influence of late director Tony Scott, and more about the '80s classic.
Renew! Michael York and Jenny Agutter reunite (for me!) to deliver a fresh look at their 1976 dystopian Sci-Fi classic.
Lisa & Louise Burns, aka The Shining Twins, detail their experience working on Stanley Kubrick's timeless horror classic.
We need to support more wonderfully wacky films like this outrageous indie Sci-Fi/horror comedy by Steven Kostanski.
This fifth go-round of big-budget dino mayhem is a bumpy chaos-theory ride with sadistic tendencies.
FALLOUT is a superb action movie of the highest caliber. I think it's the best film of the M:I series, and I don't say that lightly.
Do you have fond memories of waking up early on Saturday mornings and carving out a spot in front of your TV?
Stars from the groundbreaking '80s cop series explain how they changed the face of dramatic television.
Director John Landis talks THREE AMIGOS! and his experience wrangling '80s comedy titans Steve Martin, Chevy Chase and Martin Short for his western satire.
KRAMPUS director Michael Dougherty talks up his candy-coated creature feature and fills our stockings with set secrets.
The star of FLASH GORDON gets candid with set stories and some 20/20 hindsight about the 1980 fan favorite.
I've been enjoying a nice palate cleanser of classic horror movies and an ideal companion book to go with the nostalgia.
Director Terry Gilliam shares tales of working with Connery, a Beatle, an untried kid, and the most entertaining band of dwarves ever captured on film.
Why the beloved highly quotable fish-out-of-water supernatural martial arts action-comedy cult classic was big trouble at the box office.