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.
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.
Vince and Len review ep 3 of CBS' latest Star Trek series but before they make a major correction from last week that seemingly flips the dynamics of their Trek fandom.
In 1982 lightning cracked the foundation of Hollywood wide open. Eddie Murphy debuts onto the movie stage in director Walter Hill's 48 HRS where, alongside a grizzled Nick Nolte, he would set the course for moviemaking for the next 30 years.
Vince and Len are undeniably huge fans of Star Trek so they could not let CBS premiere their latest iteration - the Kelvin Universe prequel series STAR TREK DISCOVERY - pass into the night without a proper thoughtful hilarious review.
As promised and more! Presenting The Battribble's full interview with NICHELLE NICHOLS, on her legendary role in Star Trek as Lt. Uhura, dancing with Count Basie, letting loose in Truck Turner and her memories of the late Leonard Nimoy. Recorded April 2015 at The Great Philadelphia Comic-Con.
Issac Hayes, Yaphet Kotto and Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols are having so much fun chewing the scenery of 1974's TRUCK TURNER it's no wonder that Vince and Len have an equally fun time reviewing the blaxploitation classic.
Its seems that Driving Miss Daisy illicit quite a response from the Micheaux Missionaries; let's see what they think of 1992's animated feature BEBE's KIDS!
Not is this one the longest episodes of the show; it may be the most heated exchanges Vince and Len have ever had when they sit down to review the 1989 Academy Award winning Picture of the Year DRIVING MISS DAISY, starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy.
The Men of Micheaux revel in the many shades of goodness in Marvel's THE DEFENDERS before enduring the task of waiting for 'just a little something more' from Jim 'The Dragon' Kelly in BLACK BELT JONES.
The Men of Micheaux sit down with Actor/DJ DORIAN MISSICK and SIMONE MISSICK, the one and only 'Misty Knight' of Netflix and Marvel's Luke Cage and The Defenders to chop it up about the movie (and city) Detroit, Kid n Play vs Nice and Smooth, the sexuality of Halle Berry, Black Thought, Larenz Tate, Bill Bellamy and...oh yeah, we reviewed STRICTLY BUSINESS too.
It's JORDAN KAUWLING of the movie radio show Philly on Location joins the Men to revel in the warm tones, smart acting and skilled direction of Spike Lee's CROOKLYN, his greeting card to the 70s, family and growing up. Starring Alfre Woodard, Delroy Linda and Zelda Harris.
Class is in session - Acting Class that is - when a young Denzel Washington is outshine by the underrated Larry Riley and the gone-too-soon Adolph Caesar and Harold Rollins Jr. in Norman Jewison's adaptation of Charles Fuller's Pulitzer-Prize winning A SOLDIER'S STORY.
Vince and Len love New Jack City. There really is nothing to say - Enjoy!
The emails are in and one of them stings...sharply. After that, Vince introduces the review of 1985's Fast Forward (starring Don Franklin and - remember Michael DeLorenzo?) and sits back to revel in Len's...niceness?
The Men of Micheaux have fun with the audience and Spike Lee's SCHOOL DAZE, playing trivia games and dishing out prizes at their special Philly Podcast Festival show.
Vince and Len break the Spike Lee seal to regale in the collegiate splendor and iciness of 1988's SCHOOL DAZE featuring Laurence Fishbourne, Giancarlo Esposito, the criminally under utilized Tisha Campbell-Martin and d@mn near the cast of Different World! But first shots are fired across the bow named Beyonce.
Vince and Len weigh in on the Sofia Coppola / The Beguile debate which takes them into a reexamination of daddy Francis' The Conversation which sweeps them into a description of some sacred movie cows and bottoms out with All Eyes On Me.
Celebrate the dawn of black Hollywood with Bill 'Bojangles' Robinson, Lena Horne, Cab Calloway and the scene stealing Nicholas Brothers in 20 Century's musical dynamite STORMY WEATHER.