by Gary Susman
It's a longstanding Hollywood myth that the coming of sound pictures in 1927 ruined the careers of most silent stars and forced the studios to find a new generation of Broadway-trained stars with full-throated speaking and...
by Eric Larnick
With the season of Halloween now upon us, you may want to celebrate with a horror movie or two. But who needs a movie when the real lives of Hollywood's brightest stars are just as freaky? Ghosts, killer cars with a mind of...
by John Gholson
Tony Harris, the comic artist best known for his work on Starman and Ex Machina, floored me with this amazing commission that he shared via Twitter. It's Lon Chaney, the man of 1,000 faces, in some of his most iconic roles --...
by Martha Fischer
When I went back to St. Louis to visit my family over the holidays, I stumbled upon a 20-something 7-11 employee whose forearms featured tattoos of horror legends: Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney, and Bela Lugosi all held places of...