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Black Dynamite (Film Review)

Ahead of the animated series premièring on Adult Swim this Sunday night, guest writer Pardeep takes a look back at the film that started it all. Continue Reading


MOVIE CLASSICS: The Motorcycle Diaries

The Motorcycle Diaries is a classic in its own right. For me, it’s a rare film that only comes along once every few decades. Elegant, thought provoking and realistic are all words that spring to mind when thinking of the cinematography from this movie. The acting and script are authentic and, with few exceptions, stay [&hellip


FOOD 4 THOUGHT: Is Hip-Hop Really The Voice For Ghetto Youth?

Picture this: a 14 year old homeless teenager called Lawrence Parker wanders the streets of New York without a place to go. With a desire to improve his surroundings, he educates himself through the Cities public libraries. As part of his growth he gets involved with the Hare Krishnas. His friends nickname him KRSNA, a [&hellip


MOVIE CLASSICS: 80 Blocks From Tiffany’s Re-Released After 25 Years

CLICK IMAGE TO VIEW VIDEO This is where Hip Hop was born, and “80 Blocks From Tiffany’s” it’s a must for you to understand the rough environment where it all started, and why Hip Hop became a major voice for the community. Now that it’s finally available in DVD it’s a must for any Hip [&hellip


MOVIE CLASSICS: City of God’s Son

This project is one of those things where you can’t help but think, ‘Why the hell didn’t I think of that?’ After all, we all form some sort emotional attachment to the music we listen to. Music we love becomes the soundtrack to our lives. I may be alone on this one but, I’m always [&hellip

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