Vince and Len return to the beautiful Bryn Mawr Film Institute (in equally beautiful Bryn Mawr, PA) for a special screening of and talkback conversation about Jordan Peele's 2019 suspenseful horror hit 'US.'
Len and Vince return to the Mission and are met by the pleasant surprise of warm regards and emails from the audience and a really well made piece of blaxploitation called SUGAR HILL.
HERE WE GO! Tyler Perry. Taraji P. Henson. ACRIMONY. Len pulls a thriller curveball on Vince for Halloween Horror month with the 2018 flick that legendarily infuriated Len when back when and now may proof to be the bridge too far for the Men of Micheaux.
EXPLICIT CONTENT - Vince sits in on a phone conversation Len has with TONY 'Candyman' TODD about Oscar Micheaux, Jack Johnson, The Candyman that could have been, New England vs Philly and so much more in this no-holds-barred (or four-letter words)convo you will not believe.
Len reveals another dark secret from his youth, Vince casts a 'Beloved' mini-series then he manages to stifle his fear just enough to join Len in full review and appreciation of 1992's Candyman starring Virginia Madsen and Tony Todd.
Vince and Len have a some deep thoughts on the execution and advertising of Oprah Winfrey's 1998 adaptation of Toni Morrison's powerful 'slave horror narrative' and the contributions of director Jonathan Demme and stars Danny Glover, Thandie Newton and especially Kimberly Elise.
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.
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?
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.
Ariell Johnson of Amalgam Comics returns packing heat - her social media team Corin Wilson & Jasmin Carroll - and unique perspectives on director Jordan Peele's horror thriller GET OUT and leaves with Black movie homework for the Men of Micheaux.
Here's a little story of how Martin and Sharon of the Cinemosity podcast on the Nerdy Little Secret network chose to review a blaxploitation horror flick starring 'Preacher' of Cooley High thinking it was one thing and come out of their convo with Men thinking something else. Kinda. Sorta. Just listen.
The Graveyard Shift Sister herself - ASHLEE - returns to lead Len and Vince in a spirited review of Rusty Cundieff and Darin Scott's TALES FROM THE HOOD . For more Ashlee, check out her podcast GIRLS WILL BE GHOULS
Technical difficulties can't keep the Men of Micheaux from their appointed duty to review emails and critique director Bill Gunn's intriguing 'vampire' urban-gothic Ganja & Hess. And who else to critique it with than the person who brought it to our attention, Ashlee of the Girls Will Be Ghouls podcast and Graveyardshift Sisters.
The Men begin a month of Black Horror Films with 1990's bloody tale of lust, sin and...AIDS? Kadeem Hardison, Bill Nunn and Samuel Jackson try to salvage James Bond III's directorial debut.