In February of 1979, NBC debuted what would go down in network history as one of its costliest misfires ever: SUPERTRAIN.
Thirty-five years ago this weekend, Clint Eastwood's cold-war thriller FIREFOX flew into theaters -- and he played the Atari game for the cameras.
A list of some of my favorite guilty-pleasure dinos vs. humans flicks and TV shows. Which are your faves?
E.T. the EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL is now 35 years old, so in celebration I've got some cool, ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT vault footage of Spielberg and the kids on the set, as well as my 30th anniversary interview with Dee Wallace.
Wonder Woman is finally cool again, and it's been a long time coming. I spoke with original TV WONDER WOMAN Lynda Carter about her glory days and she had choice words about why so many WW projects failed.
I have very specific memories of waiting in line to see STAR WARS and staring at the lobby cards, images that sparked my imagination and remind me of how patient I had to be as a nine-year-old until I could get through those doors and see the movie.
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.
The colorful lobby cards from 1967's YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE capture the scope and action of the fifth James Bond extravaganza along with a taste of the exotic, international appeal of the film.
I've always been mesmerized by the black-and-white, behind-the-scenes shots of the cast and crew taken by cast member Richard Beymer.
Watch the four infamous David Lynch-directed Japanese TWIN PEAKS coffee commercials, then enjoy some damn fine coffee.
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.
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.
Will BLADE RUNNER 2049 assume everyone thinks Deckard is a Replicant? Or will it eschew revisionist history and keep it as an open-ended question?
Bond is a worldwide phenomenon, it has been for over five decades, and the number "007" needs no translation.
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.
Being both a movie buff and avid comic-book reader had its perks in the '70s and '80s, especially when Marvel Comics rolled out its "Marvel Super Special" comic-book magazine series.
I've assembled a bunch of fun STAR WARS-themed covers of Famous Monsters, classic and contemporary, for your viewing pleasure.
Happy STAR WARS Day! Enjoy a few curated links to exclusive interviews and general excitement related to the film that changed fandom 40 years ago.
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.
A few fresh tales of TWIN PEAKS, from my love of the show to working with and interviewing some of its stars. “That gum you like is going to come back in style..."
Inspired by our Rondo Award win, I shine a spotlight on the current roster of artists painting for Famous Monsters and the brand-new art that came about during the time that I was editor of the magazine.
After revisiting it on the new MST3K, I've come to realize that STAR CRASH gloriously transcends the craptastic. And Caroline Munro remains HOT.
The winners of the 15th annual Rondo Hatton Awards were announced Sunday night. Famous Monsters won Best Magazine (Classic), and also won Best Cover for Rick Baker's amazing American Werewolf in London!
With MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000: THE RETURN now on Netflix, I thought I'd resurrect a fun interview I had with Joel Hodgson for Entertainment Tonight back in 2013 in honor of the show's 25th anniversary.