Happy Halloween, folks! The next Humanstein guest post comes from Alex L, aka TheseAreSongs on Twitter. Hop in your Doom Buggy and strap in as Alex takes you on a whirlwind backstage tour of The Haunted Mansion, its history, and what makes it so darn spooky and fun. It is difficult to consider Disney in […]
The early 90s (my childhood) was chock full of pop cultural phenomena like Jurassic Park, The Mighty Morphing Power Rangers and of course, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles but quietly present in the background there was always Ghostbusters. Though both Ghostbusters films were released before I was even a glimmer in Mama Humanstein’s eyes, I […]
Pokemon Go was released a couple days ago and it’s pretty much taken the internet by storm in an interesting way. The key difference between Pokemon Go and any of the other internet memes and trends of late is that it’s getting folks off of the internet and out into the real world. Folks of […]
Nothing gets me more excited than weird hamburgers. Sometimes all it takes to get me worked up into a froth is a themed hamburger, it doesn’t even necessarily have to be weird. The world is generally unkind to strange and unique hamburgers, and even more so when those hamburgers come from a fast food restaurant. […]
The world is a wonderful place full of real music, but sometimes real music just doesn’t cut it. Sometimes you need the pure and totally uncut wonder that comes from the brief glimpse of a cartoon band. Maybe in a comic, maybe in an animated film, but a band that’s so larger than life, so […]
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.
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.
Hi, I’m Humanstein. Welcome to Humanstein. Humanstein is a digital magazine with a broad focus on “Crap Nathan Likes”. In more specific terms, that means comic books, horror films, television, pop culture, junk food, adventures I go on, and nostalgia related to things like old action figures and hamburgers I can’t buy anymore.