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?
FAMILY GUY creator Seth MacFarlane talks to me about his new Sci-Fi series, which may owe more to M*A*S*H than STAR TREK.
That damn fine coffee you like is back 25 years later, and David Lynch spiked it with acid. Read the Flick Flack TV Review.
How some ’80s kids turned their inspiration into obsession after seeing RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK — and got noticed by Steven Spielberg.
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS is back to celebrate its 40th anniversary. See cool vintage Lobby Cards from the original and SPECIAL EDITION release.
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?
Watch amazing behind-the-scenes footage of ROBOCOP, complete with Peter Weller’s quirky personal tour of the set and that unwieldy Robo-suit.
Were Sting and The Police banned from speaking their minds by Stewart Copeland’s manager brother, Miles?
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
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 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.
During my days working at ET, I gleefully raided the ET vault for vintage set-visit video of STAR TREK II: THE WRATH OF KHAN to assemble a tribute video and was not disappointed.
POLTERGEIST debuted in theaters 40 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.
E.T. the EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL is now 40 years old, so in celebration I’ve got a vintage interview with Steven 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.
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.
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?
Stop-motion VFX master Ray Harryhausen’s work made a huge impact on my childhood and fueled my love for fantasy and monster movies.
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.
How often does one get to drink STAR TREK-themed drinks and sit in the Enterprise Captain’s Chair with the frickin’ Endeavour on display behind you?
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.
MYSTERIOUS ISLAND made a serious impact on my kiddie imagination thanks to Ray Harryhausen’s fun stop-motion-animated creatures.
That time Topher invited me to watch his fan edit of Steven Spielberg’s 1977 masterpiece, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND.