Ecto Cooler is officially back, folks. What a time to be alive. Well, what a time to be alive if you have means to get your hands on it, at least. Officially launching yesterday, Ecto Cooler’s release was met with a bit of blowback due in no small part to the scarcity and a much […]
Ah, it’s summer time once again. Cookouts, water parks, tank tops being a thing for a couple months… I honestly loathe the summer. I’m not built for summer. I’m a nighttime person all year, but I become even more of an awful cave person during the summer in Texas. When you see the forecast for […]
So, uh, it’s been an, uh…interesting week in superhero comics, hasn’t it? (Hail Hydra? Watchmen?) If you’re feeling a little burned out on the Big Two and the choices they’ve been making now’s the perfect time to give some indie comics a go. This is the first installment of a new column, Indie Comics Primer, […]
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.
So, it has come to my attention that I may have a problem. Hi everyone, my name is Nathan and I love Ghostbusters too much. After my less than fruitful Ghostbusters trip on Mother’s Day, I decided to give it a bit before trekking back out into the wilderness in search of Ghostbusters goodies, and yesterday’s […]
Welcome to the inaugural entry of a brand new column on Humanstein.com, Netflix and Kill. Each month I’ll take a look at genre films currently available to stream on Netflix Instant and give you a couple picks I think you’ll dig. Sometimes they’ll be horror. Okay, probably the majority of the time, but I’ll also throw […]
Yesterday, the internet lost it’s mind about Ghostbusters (2016). While I wish it was because Twitter has a new Ghostbusters emoji if you hashtag Ghostbusters, it wasn’t. It was a bunch of gross sexism.
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?
Way back in May of 2012, reports started coming through that MTV was in the early stages of developing a TV series based on Wes Craven’s seminal Scream and I was livid. Scream was and is one of my favorite horror properties, and I think it’s more than fair to say that Wes Craven and the […]