David Konow has written for a number of publications and websites including The Village Voice, Indie Wire, Deadline, L.A. Weekly, Tested, TGDaily, Decibel, The Wrap, Turner Classic Movies, Rue Morgue, MovieMaker, Fangoria, and more. He's also the author of three books including Bang Your Head (Three Rivers Press), and Reel Terror (St Martins Press).
35 Years Ago: Sammy Hagar, Black Sabbath and More Appear on ‘Heavy Metal’ Soundtrack
Back in the ‘70s, heavy metal wasn’t just a genre of music.
Lost & Found: Separating the Punks From the Poseurs
It’s funny to think back on how MTV used to be so segregated.
The Importance of Quiet Riot
Although pegged as a one-album wonder, Quiet Riot were incredibly influential in the rise of metal in the '80s.
Like ‘Godzilla’? Here Are Three More Movies About Giant Japanese Monsters
The big new remake of ‘Godzilla’ is finally here, and it marks the 60th anniversary of Japan’s legendary nuclear monster.
Alice Cooper Can’t Wait For Tour With Motley Crue
The 66-year-old isn't not slowing down before an inevitable retirement. Heck, he might be speeding up.
10 Movies and TV Shows That Need to Be Rebooted Right Now
While we should all be anti-remake, and keep hoping and praying Hollywood will one day come up with some new ideas for a change, the reboot conveyor belt isn’t going to stop anytime soon. But there are actually some old movies and TV shows that definitely could use a redo...