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).
Ramones’ 1976 Debut Album Finally Goes Gold
Like the old saying goes, good things come to those who wait. And, boy, has it been a long wait for the Ramones.
In Defense of … ‘Dracula vs. Frankenstein’
It’s considered one of the worst movies ever made -- a ‘Plan 9 From Outer Space’ of the ‘70s.
Lost & Found: Separating the Punks From the Poseurs
It’s funny to think back on how MTV used to be so segregated.
12 Underrated Rock Movies That Deserve a Second Look
Every decade or so, a film like ‘The Doors’ or ‘Almost Famous’ will try to revolve the rock-movie genre. But comebacks are rare these days. Still, if you dig deep enough, there are plenty of terrific rock flicks out there. Some have become cult favorites over the years, and some are just worth rediscovering...
In Defense of … ‘Sorcerer’
William Friedkin is best known for directing ‘The French Connection’ and ‘The Exorcist.’
13 Movies That Brought Their Stars’ Careers to a Stop
Hollywood is a rough town.
In Defense of … Kiss’ ‘Music From the Elder’
Is Kiss' ‘Music From the Elder’ as the ‘Plan 9 From Outer Space’ of rock albums?
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.
In Defense of … Neil Young’s ‘Trans’
As the '70s turned into the '80s, there were a lot of changes going on in the musical landscape.
‘Neighbors’ – We’ve Seen This Movie Before, Right?
Neighbors not getting along with each other is a comedic concept we’ve seen many times before.