Alex Garland’s sophomore feature Annihilation is one hell of a science fiction film. Humanstein puts it under the microscope to see what makes it tick.
Welcome to the second in a series of Humanstein guests posts this Halloween season. Our next post comes from Kevin Evans, also known as PhantoMantis on Twitter and Instagram, a true friend of the site and an all around swell guy. You may remember Kevin as being the guy who helped me hooked up […]
Blair Witch was released on September 16th, 2016. It did not exactly set the world on fire. Expected to open to a $20 million dollar box office, the film fell short of that goal by half, opening below $10 million. Articles a plenty questioned if horror was dead because of the supposed “flop” that was Blair […]
I eat a lot of food. I seek out the novel, the unique, and the unlikely. I am a cosmonaut exploring a wide galaxy of flavor, texture, and artificial food coloring. I long for the thrill of a new hamburger, I hunger for the excitement of limited edition cereal. These desires are frequently satisfied, but […]
We’re on the cusp of another Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. More than three decades after the Turtles burst onto the scene, there’s something that still works about them. Tonight I’m taking a look at a “lesser” piece of turtles history. Their concert film.
Friday the 13th has a spot among the horror icons, and rightfully so. Pamela and Jason cast a long shadow, and many films are accused of being Friday the 13th ripoffs. Do they all deserve it?