Renew! Michael York and Jenny Agutter reunite for 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.
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.
My interview with the late, great Gahan Wilson -- the ultimate whimsical creep whose macabre cartoons made so many smile.
Interview: HARRYHAUSEN: THE LOST MOVIES author John Walsh details the amazing unproduced ideas of the stop-motion legend and the planned follow-up to CLASH OF THE TITANS in development.
My detailed appreciation of Ray Harryhausen's stop-motion spectacular THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD on its 60th anniversary.
Celebrated Famous Monsters cover artist Terry Wolfinger talks about his formative years and reveals the secrets to his commercial art success.
I first interviewed Rick Baker in 2012 for ET. He was happy to discuss his humble beginnings and love for Famous Monsters.
My favorite classic horror film to watch in the days leading up to Halloween is actually not a horror film at all, but a comedy.
When the autumn winds kick up, THE EXORCIST sits atop a demonic pedestal as my staple requirement in film, TV and print.
Before STAR WARS, Ray Harryhausen's THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD was the big-screen experience that rocked my world.
A look at what actors must endure to promote their latest product. Junkets can be psychological torture, a dark tunnel of repetition with no end in sight.
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.
With the announcement of a new prequel series to THE DARK CRYSTAL on Netflix, I revisit a vintage interview with original creators Jim Henson and Frank Oz.
In 1953, two wonderful Universal Studios horror classics were re-released as a double bill titled THE PHANTOM MONSTER SHOW!
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.
The other day, I was overcome by a wave of nostalgia as I was perusing the shelves of my local toy store. I had to reclaim a lost piece of my childhood. I just couldn't help it.