Nobody asked for another Annabelle but we got one anyway. That’s not a bad thing, believe it or not. Find out more in the Humanstein review.
May comes after January, right? Alright, so maybe I got a little off track. I think the Hype Calendar is a good idea and I’m going to start doing it again. Above you can find all sorts of goodies to get excited about in May, from the return of Twin Peaks to Get Out on […]
The Void is the latest film from Steven Kostanski and Jeremy Gillespie, two parts of the Canadian film production group known as Astron-6. I’ll be honest in that I’ve not seen any of Astron-6’s previous work, which includes the fantastically named Manborg and the 2011 Troma co-production Father’s Day, but from what I gather the […]
Happy Valentines Day, happy Humanstein readers! As a special treat for everyone, I’ve made a set of Humanstein Valentine composed of various things that I love in an effort to help you express your love! Below you’ll find a full sheet of printable Humanstein Valentines as well as individual versions of each of the 9, count ’em 9 […]
Hello Humanstein readers! I proudly present the first in a series of calendars for 2017! Included you will see interesting stuff happening throughout the month. That will include movie premieres, television series premieres, book releases, comic drop dates, a selection of Blu-ray titles each Tuesday, video games, toys, junk food releases, etc. Basically, if I […]
Ho, ho ho, happy Humanstein readers! It’s been a little bit since I wrote up my Horror Block but I’m back with a review and unboxing of what very well may be my favorite Block of the year! The December 2016 Horror Block is chock full of fun holiday spookums and I couldn’t be happier. […]
Happy October, spooky friends. With it being the last weekend in October, you’re either in the spooky mood or you’re trying to get there. I’m here to help, but there’s an unfortunate truth: Netflix hasn’t been doing an incredible job of bringing in horror films lately. Hell, they’ve honestly been doing a pretty piss poor […]
Back in the hazy year 2014, Stiles White made his directorial debut with Ouija. Reviews were – to put it mildly – not kind. None the less, the film was enough of a box office success to warrant the folks behind it, Blumhouse, making a sequel. The internet was less than thrilled and for good reason. […]