Garfield Lane Productions produces historical documentary films and fandom-based DVDs. Working with Bob Wilkins and John Stanley, both hosts of the hit TV show "Creature Features," the company's first documentary, "Watch Horror Films, Keep America Strong!" was produced in 2007. Its success led to the production of three highly popular San Francisco studies of lost or aging landmarks: Playland at the Beach, the Sutro Baths and the Cliff House. Fandom documentaries have included the history of the 1970s Star Trek Conventions, Forrest J. Ackerman's Ackermansion in the Hollywood Hills. and the Sonoma County Harry Houdini Séances. In addition, more than a dozen "Creature Features" related DVDs have been produced. Currently in production is a documentary about special historic sites in Sonoma County, CA where Garfield Lane is based.