Rick leans on his lieutenants to run simultaneous hits on Savior sanctuaries with the results proving a mixed bag, to say the least. Oh Jesus!
The King of Cosplay - ERIC 'SMOKE' MORAN - teams with ROXANNE WHITNEY, noted cosplayer in her own right, for a fascinating fan-film dedicated to 90's superhero-horror media sensation, SPAWN! Oh what tricks and treats are in store for you, listener!
Our Halloween Month of Bloodsuckers caps off tonight with Eddie Murphy, Angela Bassett in VAMPIRE IN BROOKLYN, directed by Wes Craven and a cog in a brief Denzel vs Eddie debate.
The Tribbles return to Amalgam Comics for another spine-chilling season of AMC's The Walking Dead and more of those Dead Tribbles Talking, reviewing episode 1 of the 8th season with special guest - comedian KEITH FROM UP THE BLOCK
Award-winning filmmaker TAMIKA MILLER and festival creator CAROLYN BUTTS spool the story of the 20th ReelSIsters of the Diaspora Film Festival just author CHRIS McDONNELL uncovers the origins and inspirations behind Cartoon Network's incredible animated treasure STEVEN UNIVERSE.
Wesley Snipes electrifies the screen as BLADE, the Vampire Hunting Daywalker, and single-handedly creates TWO genres of film that Hollywood continues to feast upon 20 years later. And - is this REALLY the last great Black action movie?
Vince and Len set their phasers to 'happy, happy, joy, joy' and bask in the general goodness and fan-servicey nature of the latest episodes from STAR TREK DISCOVERY, which give disturbing insight into the character of Captain Lorca.
The Black Tribbles light the studio with NYCC-baked chatter on Justice League, Black Panther, new Phillip K Dick on Amazon, the best Marvel cameo ever, director Ryan Coogler and even the NFL.
JD and The BatTribble debate the rationale of a Black Cat movie, rave Tom Hardy, read emails and tell childhood comic book stories of crime. Then Len totally rewrites the way comic books should be published!
The Men get a welcome response to their Facebook group debut, including some celebrity feedback (oooh!) before - regrettably - getting down to the business of reviewing the rushed sequel to 1972's noble attempt at blaxploitation horror.
We celebrate Black Excellence in all shapes, sizes and ages. First we present THE ESSYNCE MOORE STORY, a chat with a 15 year old go-getter with 3 books, a fashion line and even a storefront in her past with world domination in her sights. Detroit's MECCACon fiery creator MAIA CROWN WILLIAMS reveals what's in the new MECCACon Subscription Box and writer GREG ANDERSON ELYSEE drops Vol II of the graphic novel Is'Nana The Were-Spider.
JD and Len are back with emails, casting news about a new movie starring Venom (?) and amalgamating horror movies with comic books...but you'll stay tuned for Detective Naked.
William Marshall strikes an imposing yet regal figure at the titular vampire of this blaxploitation classic that shamefully misses its mark but not without the actors giving their all. Most of them, anyway.