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  • Actors of the up-coming and much anticipated comedy LET'S BE COPS stopped through Dallas, TX last month and got all warm and cozy like with us press … [Continue Reading]

    Filmmaker Interview: “Let’s Be Cops” w/ Rob Riggle, Damon Wayans Jr., and Jake Johnson
  • Written by: Melody Charles Stunning and nearly 6' tall, Ilyasah Shabazz' physical presence is charismatic and commanding. Her historical … [Continue Reading]

    Author Interview: Ilyasah Shabazz on her children’s book Malcolm Little: The Boy Who Grew Up To Become Malcolm X
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    Actor / Director Joe Manganiello and Producer Nick Manganiello attend  the USA Film Festival’s  Dallas premiere of the new film LA BARE
  • Review by: Mut Asheru Let me start by saying “I didn’t see that coming!” Writer / Director Lee Sang-woo’s (이상우) DEAR DICTATOR (친애하는지도자동지께) is the … [Continue Reading]

    Film Review: “Dear Dictator” by writer / director Lee Sang-woo – queue the Cypress Hill “here’s something you just cain’t understand”
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    Film Review: “Nora Noh” – Korean Documentary Tells the Story of Korea’s First Female Ground-Breaking Designer
  • Written by: Gordon K. Smith FADING GIGOLO, written, directed by and starring John Turturro, is a funny and touching middle-age MIDNIGHT COWBOY, … [Continue Reading]

    Filmmaker Interview: Roundtable with writer / actor John Turturro on his latest film “Fading Gigolo” (spoiler alert))
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Gaming Review: Arcana Heart – Reminding you to play good games

Arcana Heart: PS2 Developers: Examu Inc. Publishers: Examu Inc., AQ Interactive, Atlus Platforms: Arcade, PlayStation 2 Game Review by:  Ifakoya English Okay. I don’t rightly know why I own this game. I don’t even recall when I got it. It was either acquired through the less embarrassing method of ordering it online, or though the […]

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Concert Review: 2PM “Go Crazy” World Tour in Dallas, TX

Show review by: Mut Asheru Last night the delicious men of 2PM showed up and showed out in Dallas, TX with their “Go Crazy” World Tour. Since their inception the JYP managed KPOP group have grown as artists. A couple members have released solo albums and they have dabbled in film and the variety show circuit […]

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Book Review: “The Pleasure Trap” by Niobia Bryant

The Pleasure Trap, by Niobia Bryant 264 pages, Dafina Books/Kensington Publishing Book Review by: Melody Charles Graham Walker might be his name, but pleasure becomes his game….literally AND figuratively. First introduced in Niobia Bryant’s scandal-driven Mistress series (Message From A Mistress, Mistress No More and Mistress Inc.) via his trysts with Jaime Hall, male stripper […]

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Film Review: “Interstellar” a mixed bag. But still go see it.

Film review by: Gordon K. Smith In the decades since STAR WARS, ALIEN and BLADE RUNNER made science-fiction epics viable box-office commodities, the genre has largely been identified by slimy aliens, super heroes, violence and lots (and lots and lots) of things blowing up real good. What’s gotten lost too much of the time is […]

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Movie Review: “Big Hero 6″ – Go see this film! So charming and funny.

Film Review by: Bill Graham Charm and darkness rarely go hand in hand but “Big Hero 6″ doesn’t seem to enjoy just simply being a quality kids movie. Instead, it wants to push some boundaries where it can and take you for the ride. So often I see adults lament animated movies. It’s like they […]

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Film Review: “Buraddo” – A look back at why we shouldn’t look back

A Look Back: “Buraddo” (2009) English Title: Blood Review by: Ifakoya English   BEHOLD! One of the most boring vampire movies ever made! I should have known this movie was going to be boring since it had a blander title than “Monster Girls Squad” but being that I got a kick out of movies with […]

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CD Review: “The Box” by Indie R&B King Eric Roberson

CD Review by: LE LE SYMONE Eric Roberson is not the called by some “The King Of Independent R&B” for nothing. A New Jersey native who earned his music credentials at Howard University and built his career the old-fashioned way via songwriting and studio work with a variety of performers (Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild and […]

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Film Review: “The One I Love” – With Elizabeth Moss and Mark Duplass is full of originality and wit

Film Review by: Gordon K Smith After a slew of gargantuan summer action epics (some I liked, others I didn’t), here’s a little movie made with just a few actors and locations in a couple of weeks, that has more originality and wit than any of those epics, and it says more about what makes […]

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Check out the trailer for “Back on Badstreet” a doc by Jimmy Neutron creator, Keith Alcorn

BACK ON BADSTREET is written and directed by Keith Alcorn (JIMMY NEUTRON: BOY GENIUS) and Steve Barnes (A FAIR TO REMEMBER). The two have known each other for more than 30 years and figured it was about time to do something together, before one of them died. BACK ON BADSTREET celebrates the 30th anniversary of […]