My detailed appreciation of Ray Harryhausen’s stop-motion spectacular THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD on its 60th anniversary.
Before STAR WARS, Ray Harryhausen’s THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD was the big-screen experience that rocked my world.
Sunday marked the fourth anniversary of the passing of Ray Harryhausen. The stop-motion visual-effects master’s work made a huge impact on my childhood and fueled my love for fantasy and monster movies.
MYSTERIOUS ISLAND made a serious impact on my kiddie imagination thanks to Ray Harryhausen’s fun stop-motion-animated creatures.
Celebrated Famous Monsters cover artist Terry Wolfinger talks about his formative years and reveals the secrets to his commercial art success.
Are a plethora of pop-culture references enough to keep audiences satisfied with Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of READY PLAYER ONE?
A list of some of my favorite guilty-pleasure dinos vs. humans flicks and TV shows. Which are your faves?
An interesting perspective on the making of Kubrick’s THE SHINING came by way of his teen daughter Vivian, who had unprecedented access to the set and filmed a documentary about it for the BBC.
STAR WARS first arrived in theaters 40 years ago today. Like so many of my generation, the movie rocked my world and changed the trajectory of my future aspirations. This is my story, along with excerpts of my first interview with Mark Hamill.
I love to talk, and so naturally I love the podcast format, which provides a casual, fun, and freeform way to share all the things I love about genre pop culture.
I’ve assembled a bunch of fun STAR WARS-themed covers of Famous Monsters, classic and contemporary, for your viewing pleasure.
Medusa from CLASH OF THE TITANS reads Famous Monsters. I know this to be true from the photographic evidence.