May 2017 – Humanstein Hype Calendar
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 fin...
Super Nova Doritos Review | Guardians of the Galaxy Doritos
Australians have Guardians of the Galaxy Doritos. Once I became aware of that, they needed to be mine. Find out how they are in the Humanstein review.
The Void (2017) – Movie Review
https://youtu.be/ZDllMrBW62E 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 h...
REVIEW: Brightside Skittles | Humanstein Candy Review
Are the Brightside Skittles sitting in the shadow of Cauldron Skittles or do they forge their own path?
Horror Isn’t “Getting Deep”. It Always Has Been. | A Humanstein Essay
Much has been made of horror "getting deep" in the wake of Jordan Peele's Get Out. The problem is, horror isn't "getting deep", it always has been. Learn more in this Humanstein es...
Get Out (2017) – Movie Review
In lesser hands Get Out may have never found its footing or a consistent tone. Thankfully, it was in Jordan Peele's hands. Read the Humanstein review.
REVIEW: Riverdale – Episode 4 – “The Last Picture Show”
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 sh...
John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) – Movie Review
Is it possible for a sequel to live up to the expectations set by 2014's action masterpiece John Wick? Find out in the Humanstein review.
Humanstein Valentines 2017
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...
REVIEW: Riverdale – Episode 3 – “Body Double”
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...