My stories in other publications

Here are links to my monthly column, “Monsters and Matinees,” in Classic Movie Hub.

How movies with dad spawned a classic horror movie fan

Celebrating Ricou Browning

Like big-bug movies? Try these she-bug movies

A century later, Chaney’s Hunchback still amazes

Pat Boone shares memories of ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’

Beyond Lugosi: 9 classic film actors who played Dracula

Ghostly Terrors, Big Bugs and Universal Friends are great intros to classic horror

A tribute to Carl Kolchak, monster hunter

Exploring the cinematic roads to ‘The Lost World’

Taking a look at eye creature movies

Let’s cast our votes for horror films on the National Film Registry

Soylent Green came too close to predicting life in 2022

The cinematic miracle of Nosferatu

Monsters meet in Universal’s shared cinematic universe

Creature feature fans owe a debt to ‘The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms’

In search of the Yeti

All in a dysfunctional family with ‘Frankenstein’s Daughter’

The A-Men of a B-movie trilogy

From villain to wronged man: the diverse film roles of Vincent Price

A lifetime of being terrorized by ‘Grizzly’

With beauty and brains, Mara Corday battled the beasts

Monster and Matinees: Georges Méliès and the Creation of the First Horror Film

Honoring Ray Harryhausen: A Titan of Cinema

Modern sci-fi owes a debt to ‘Day of the Triffids

Nature strikes back in eco-horror films

All bug-eyed over big-bug movies

‘Giant from the Unknown’ towers over Richard E. Cuhna’s 6-day wonders

How Abbott and Costello brought the meet-cute to horror

Make your own horror film festival at home

The vampire through the artistry of Mario Bava

David J. Skal talks ‘Fright Favorites’

The Handsome Face of Horror in ‘I Married a Monster from Outer Space’

You’re Invited to the ‘House on Haunted Hill’

The Blob is based on what?

The ‘It’ Factor of Classic Horror Films

Anthologies serve quick bites of horror

Universal’s true original monster and other she wolves

A British village is pulled into space and everyone drinks tea

Still buzzing about ‘The Fly’ trilogy

Tiny terrors bring big thrills

‘Tarantula’: Or Why I’m Afraid to Look Out My Bedroom Window

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Here are links to my some of my movie-related stories that were originally published in The Buffalo News.

A look at ‘Sharknado Week’ 2017′

An appreciation of Robert Osborne

TCM host Ben Mankiewicz reveres movies the way they were meant to be seen

Review: Kirk and Anne : Letters of love, laughter and a lifetime in Hollywood

My 5 surprises at the 2017 TCM Film Festival

Hey TCM: Buffalo is the answer to your prayers

Tara Reid talks ‘Sharknado 5’

Keeping it reel with classic movies

5 reasons why “Sharknado” is awesome

Seth Gilliam talks ‘Walking Dead,’ ‘Teen Wolf’

Steve Guttenberg’s new role as Buffalo ambassador

Riviera Theatre to throw 90th birthday party after finding 1926 opening night silent film

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