I get a kick out of the meteor/asteroid disaster movie subgenre, so here are a few fave guilty pleasure picks of the deadly fireball variety.
My interview with Malcolm McDowell on TIME AFTER TIME and how making the Nicholas Meyer film changed his life.
Director Renny Harlin gets candid about his rollercoaster career trajectory and the surprising challenge of filming CLIFFHANGER with Sylvester Stallone.
I first interviewed Rick Baker in 2012 for ET. He was happy to discuss his humble beginnings and love for Famous Monsters.
THE LAST JEDI is an unapologetic hybrid of key thematic elements from The Original Trilogy in new packaging, and that’s either good or bad depending on how you look at STAR WARS movies these days.
Big-screen super friends Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg team up to save the world. Was it worth the wait?
A new book on Steven Spielberg's CLOSE ENCOUNTERS details incredible, alternate possibilities that never made it to the screen.
My compelling interview with Sean Young on BLADE RUNNER, DUNE, BATMAN, and how she has been treated by Hollywood over the decades.
How some '80s kids turned their inspiration into obsession after seeing RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK -- and got noticed by Steven Spielberg.
Will we ever get that much-talked about, long-awaited sequel to THE GOONIES? Sean Astin and other stars from the film weigh in...
EXCLUSIVE: Talented artist SHAG talks pop-culture influences, licensed character work, what he refuses to paint, and what’s next!
Filmmaker Luc Besson returns to THE FIFTH ELEMENT territory with a visually stunning Sci-Fi adventure. But is it any good?
THE SPY WHO LOVED ME premiered 40 years ago this summer. Watch rare 007 TV spots and ogle vintage Lobby Cards from Roger Moore's third James Bond outing!
Before STAR WARS, Ray Harryhausen's THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD was the big-screen experience that rocked my world.
I interviewed one-time 007 George Lazenby to get his take on arguably the worst career decision in the history of Hollywood: Quitting James Bond
Since summer has officially kicked off, my obsession with lobby cards leads me to post original JAWS lobby cards from 1975, plus a few from the sequels for good measure.
Forty-two years ago, JAWS emerged from the depths and made movie history. Are you still afraid to go into the water?
In February of 1979, NBC debuted what would go down in network history as one of its costliest misfires ever: SUPERTRAIN.