My interview with the original PET SEMATARY director on bringing the frightening Stephen King novel to life.
From ROCKY HORROR to MEGAFORCE to FDR: AMERICAN BADASS! Barry Bostwick is a man who knows his way around a cult movie.
My interview with the INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS director on the 40th anniversary of the Sci-Fi classic.
My detailed appreciation of Ray Harryhausen's stop-motion spectacular THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD on its 60th anniversary.
My chat with THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS director for the 25th anniversary of the Disney double-holiday classic.
My interview with CHILD'S PLAY creator Don Mancini, producer David Kirschner & director Tom Holland for the 30th anniversary of the horror classic.
40 years after John Carpenter's HALLOWEEN scared the crap out of moviegoers, Michael Myers is back to terrorize Jamie Lee Curtis -- who's more than ready this time to take him on.
Shane Black returns to put his stamp on the PREDATOR franchise and the result is full of cinematic carnage.
A collection of some of my favorites of the kaiju subgenre that served as inspiration for Guillermo del Toro's PACIFIC RIM.
I spoke with the legendary director about the secrets behind some of his greatest cinematic masterpieces -- and what frightens the man who helmed one of the scariest films ever made.
Celebrated Famous Monsters cover artist Terry Wolfinger talks about his formative years and reveals the secrets to his commercial art success.
Natalie Portman's new Sci-Fi flick is a refreshingly cerebral thriller with intense visuals and even more intense questions.
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.
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.
Stephen King's epic novel finally hits the big-screen with a brand-new Pennywise. Does he one-up Tim Curry's iconic clown?
That damn fine coffee you like is back 25 years later, and David Lynch spiked it with acid. Read the Flick Flack TV Review.
EXCLUSIVE: Talented artist SHAG talks pop-culture influences, licensed character work, what he refuses to paint, and what’s next!
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.
A list of some of my favorite guilty-pleasure dinos vs. humans flicks and TV shows. Which are your faves?
POLTERGEIST debuted in theaters 35 years ago, and in celebration of one of the scariest movies ever made, I offer some insightful 1982 interviews with Steven Spielberg and Zelda Rubinstein at the time of the film's release.