This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to preview the upcoming episode on "Daughters of the Dust." A film that depicts the lives of the Gullah culture off the coast of South Carolina in the early 1900s. The random topic of the week is on Tiger Woods' arrest, but breaks out into a discussion on society's pressure on bi-racial folks and America's unique view of cultures and its preservation.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys return to discuss the 2017 social thriller, #GetOut, directed by first-time director Jordan Peele. The film tells the story of a young Black photographer named Christopher who is in an interracial relationship with a white woman named Rose. The two have been dating for 5 months and Rose take Chris to finally meet her parents. Odd things begin to happen and Chris feels the need to get out of the situation. Based on horror/thriller ideas with an interesting racial twist, makes Get Out a unique film in the genre.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the hosts are back to introduce the next film, the 2017 horror/thriller, Get Out (now available for rental). Telling the story of a young interracial couple who encounter some serious weirdness when they go to see the woman's parents. The random topic of this week is on the Miley Cyrus culture theft situation, but a larger conversation develops on why this continues to happen.
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the guys are back to discuss the 2001 film, The Brothers, starring Morris Chestnut, Gabrielle Union, Bill Bellamy, Shemar Moore, and Jennifer Lewis. The film centers around a group of guys on the cusp of entering their 30s and deciding whether or not to continue down the single guy path or mature into relationships. The male response to “Waiting to Exhale.”
This week on Black on Black Cinema, the hosts are back to introduce the next film, the 2001 film, The Brothers (on Netflix). Starring Morris Chestnut as a guy trying to figure out his romantic life as he and his 3 best friends try and settle down as they get older. The random topic of this week is the guy, as promised, play a mini game of Black Card Revoked. Who is the Blackest…Jay or Terrence?!!!! Stay tuned.