Almost Christmas

Black folk have a lot of needs to laugh. Big laughs. Little laughs. The kinds of laughs that shake your

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Southside With You

Full disclosure: at the risk of having my black card temporarily seized, I consciously avoided watching Southside With You for

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Mrs. Peregrine’s Home For Uhhhghhhhh

So you’re telling me that Tim Burton’s latest movie doesn’t have many black people in it? Hold on, I need

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Wernie Bros

So you’re telling me Werner Herzog, the guy who said that “civilization is like a thin layer of ice upon

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T-Rex: Her Fight for Gold

It’s 2016. A young black man makes his way to The New Parkway Theater in Oakland to attend The Women’s

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Stretch & Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives

[Author’s Note: Yes, we also do written content. We apologize for the sporadic presentation of such for the past few

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The Devil You Think You Know: Why “The Witch” Is Good

According to most critics, The Witch is the first good horror movie of 2016. It’s spooky, it’s artsy, it’s got

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Although Of Course You End Up Becoming Jason Segel

In the current moment of “Is This Biopic Accurate?” dustups, the controversy over Straight Outta Compton’s treatment of NWA’s misogyny is undoubtedly

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