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December 18 African American Historical Events

Today in Black History – December 18 *

1852 – George H. White is born in Rosindale, North Carolina.
He will become a lawyer, state legislator, and in 1896, 354 more words

African American History

TV Review: The Walking Dead - Self Help (S5, E5)

Director: Ernest Dickerson
Screenwriter: Heather Bellson
Cast: Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Michael Cudlitz, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos & Alanna Masterson

If the last two episodes of The Walking Dead have proved one thing, it’s that the character development for those characters who aren’t a part of the “main group” (Rick, Carol, Daryl et al) has, at least up to now, been rather lacklustre. 846 more words

Television & Other Media

Interviewing kickass screen legend Pam Grier for the Snoop Dogg horror flick Bones

By Steve Newton

One of the many fine memories from my 13-year stint as Vancouver correspondent for New York horror mag Fangoria involved interviewing screen legend Pam Grier when I was covering the Snoop Dogg flick  1,361 more words



Directed by Ernest Dickerson

Ernest Dickerson is an underrated director (more so in terms of his horror material). Dickerson, throughout his career, has produced some solid movies but for many, horror was where he was most prolific. 169 more words


Do The Right Thing (1989)

Racism is a continuing fruitful topic for gripping drama in cinema. From older movies like Norman Jewison’s In the Heat of the Night (1967), up until last years’ Fruitvale Station (2013) and 12 Years a Slave (2013), movies based on the topic of racism continue to be made, to be watched, to be analyzed and to be critiqued. 1,710 more words