30 episodes

The official podcast for Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. Living up to our classic and nostalgic roots while staying current and ahead of the curve, every episode features entertaining genre pop-culture conversations and interviews with top artists, stars, and filmmakers. Horror. Sci-Fi. Fantasy. Fun!
Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine is available to purchase at CaptainCo.com (http://www.captainco.com/collections/fm-magazine).

Famous Monsters Podcast Famous Monsters Podcast

    • TV & Film
    • 4.9, 17 Ratings

The official podcast for Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. Living up to our classic and nostalgic roots while staying current and ahead of the curve, every episode features entertaining genre pop-culture conversations and interviews with top artists, stars, and filmmakers. Horror. Sci-Fi. Fantasy. Fun!
Famous Monsters of Filmland Magazine is available to purchase at CaptainCo.com (http://www.captainco.com/collections/fm-magazine).

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Tristan734 ,

Fun!

As a Famous Monsters fan and subscriber it was great to see this podcast available. The hosts do a good job of keeping things informative. I agree with the reviewer that complained about the low sound. That is the only con. Everything else is great! Check it out.

Old Folkster ,

If Forrest Ackerman was alive today, THIS is what he'd be doing!

The podcast is a fun and insightful companion to Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine. The podcast harkens back to the conversational tone of vintage FM, through interviews with major Pop Culture players and discussions between the excellent in-the-know panelists who discuss wide ranges of topics from Flash Gordon to David Bowie. I am delighted by their ability to move FM's legacy into the 21st Century, while at the same time remaning true to the spirit of the original.

2for2tru ,

Great content, but needs some production work

I’ve listened to every podcast and have really enjoyed the show. Being a subscriber to the magazine, I’ve often found that a good portion of the podcast interviews (Mark Hamill, Martin Landau) are simply audio ‘reprints’ from the latest issue of FMOF. I would prefer podcast content that supplements the printed material. My biggest complaint: - someone PLEASE either turn up the volume on David Weiner’s microphone or run the audio signal through a DRC unit. David’s voice sinks to a very low level while he talks, which results in having to constantly fumble with the volume controls to hear what he’s saying. A minor issue, but certainly one that can be easily corrected.

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