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Review: Jungle Fever

“Jungle Fever” was Spike Lee’s sixth feature, first shown in cinemas in 1991. Recently shown at Home Mcr, the film was followed by a panel discussion with Akua Gyamfi (The British Blacklist), where we delved into some of the many layers of the film, such as the glass ceiling in the workplace, black women’s thoughts about black men, and of course how Spike Lee approaches what “jungle fever” actually is. 752 more words


EFC II #184 - She's Gotta Have It (1986)

The Epic Film Challenge II
#184 – She’s Gotta Have It (1986)
Dir. Spike Lee
Starring: Tracy Camilla Johns, Tommy Redmond Hicks, John Canada Terrell, Spike Lee, Raye Dowell, Joie Lee… 67 more words

Epic Film Challenge

Spike Lee's Clockers (1995)

I know for damn sure you ain’t seen this film. It was met with decent reviews and a middling box office during it’s initial release and is not commonly talked about when it comes to Spike Lee’s filmography. 734 more words


Watch Spike Lee "Crooklyn" for free TODAY ONLY!

If you’ve ever been able to see “Crooklyn” then you know why it’s such a highly talked about film. The movie was created by Spike Lee and has received great awards and has been in many conversations since it’s release and now you can watch it for free today only! 415 more words

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Spike Lee & Jordan Peele Teaming Up To Bring Us True Story In 'Black Klansman'

After his winning efforts on Get Out, Jordan Peele is returning to direct a social thriller along with polarizing, though iconic filmmaker, Spike Lee. Starring in their film will be John David Washington, son of Denzel Washington who is one of the stars on NBO’s  181 more words


The Set Is (Properly) Lit With Issa Rae and Ava DuVernay, The Black Man Who Infiltrated the KKK Is Getting a Movie and Little Miss Flint Says Speak Up

People of a certain age (and certain hue) look back on old high school yearbook pictures with mixed feelings. Chances are, the more melanin you have, the less likely you would show up as anything more attractive than a smudge, a muddy smirk — or worse, a lurking presence — as you hovered in the back row of the chess club photo. 385 more words


Jordan Peele and Spike Lee Team Up For "Black Klansman"!

Jordan Peele and Spike Lee are teaming up together to produce a new movie entitled, “Black Klansman”.  It’s a crime thriller based on a true story about a black detective who infiltrated the KKK.   11 more words