Is this Guillermo del Toro's best film yet? How deep does it get? Dive in and find out...
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.
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.
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.
In 1953, two wonderful Universal Studios horror classics were re-released as a double bill titled THE PHANTOM MONSTER SHOW!
Back in the days before the Internet, movie lobby cards were a powerful tool used by Hollywood studios to lure audiences into the darkened theater.
Prompted by Ridley Scott's second return to the ALIEN franchise, here are five little-known nuggets about his seminal 1979 saga.
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.
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.
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.
A look back at how my exclusive James Cameron ALIENS 30th anniversary interview came to be for Famous Monsters magazine.
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!