In many senses, February 2021 is the perfect time for the movie Judas and the Black Messiah to drop. And our interview with the Lucas brothers showcases a poignant but crucial conversation surrounding
Mental health must be treated right now with the utmost care and prominence.
‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ focuses on Fred Hampton and the Black Panther Party in the late 60’s. We are so excited for the film to drop next year.
Here’s what we know so far about “Yasuke,” the upcoming Netflix anime based on the real historical figure: a famed Black samurai from 16th century Japan.
The personal narratives of love, life, and relationships director Stella Meghie creates are important for representation and people of color to witness.
Knives Out is a mystery murder movie like we have never seen before. In the vein of an Agatha Christie novel, the patriarch of a family dies, and though all signs point to the death being a suici
Stanfield and Kaluuya are dynamite together and any movie that Ryan Coogler is involved with should always be at the top of your list.
There aren’t a lot of great food biopics out there. There also aren’t a lot of noticeable great Black chefs. These should both be changing very, very soon.
Netflix’s Someone Great could have easily followed every romantic comedy trope we’re familiar with. But instead it gave us something better.
Blactor, Lakeith Stanfield is best known for staying true to self and for that you can’t help but respect his drip.