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.
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 […]
If you’ve read my review of Riverdale’s third episode, Body Double, you likely noted that I wasn’t the biggest fan of it. Well, Episode 4, The Last Picture Show, has righted the ship and looks to be steering it into clearer water. Well, clearer for us, the viewers. The events of this episode look to […]
Last week’s Riverdale ended with two strong revelations: Cheryl Blossom is guilty and that Jason Blossom didn’t die on the 4th of July as previously thought but rather a week later. Riverdale’s first two episodes were a freight train, and while episode 3, Body Double is a very enjoyable slice of television it veers too […]
Following a slick, stylish and deceptively heartfelt series premiere, Riverdale has knocked it out of the park with the second episode, A Touch of Evil. Deftly continuing to build on the mythology of Riverdale and the mystery at hand, the second episode smartly shifts some of the focus away from grief and sexy, sexy danger […]
2016 sure was a year, huh? While the world at large kind of seemed to have lost its mind, cinema, and particularly genre cinema, was at the top of its game. There were so many excellent films I loved released in 2016 that my Top 10 very easily could have been a Top 20. It […]
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. […]