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batman v superman: dawn of expectation

I feel like I’ve reviewed Batman v Superman a dozen times or so in this past weekend as many people have asked my opinion on this very polarizing movie. I tried my best to stay away from reviews before I

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“avengers: age of ultron” – film review

Explosions! Action! Characters! Story! James Spader! I wasn’t really sure how to jump into reviewing a movie like this so I figured I’d start in a similar fashion that the movie started… minus James Spader. And for the sake of

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“a.d. the bible continues” [review]

In a world with many swords and sandals-themed television programming, whether influenced by books or historical events, comes a new series chronicling the stories of the best selling book in the world. Back in 2013, The History Channel brought us

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“unbreakable kimmy schmidt” review

On March 6th (happy birthday Dad!) Netflix premiered it’s newest hit series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt  from the hilariously talented and beautiful Tina Fey, starring Ellie Kemper whom the titular role was written for and is expertly crushing. I have so many

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is INTERSTERLLAR out of this world or grounded? [film review]

Last night I got to check out what one of my favorite directors has been up to. Apparently, he had been up in space crafting yet another masterpiece following his wildly successful Dark Knight trilogy and slew of other films

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what’s wrong with “gotham”?

Last night was the premiere of one of the most anticipated shows for the 2014 Fall season. Especially for fanboy geeks like myself, I practically told people I wouldn’t be hanging out with them unless they were seated next to

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the problem with gospel music

Back when I was a wee lad in my 99.9% black Baptist church and living in a 67.6% white neighborhood, I lived a simple albeit semi-sheltered life. I can tell you that my range of musical tastes pales in comparison

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  • episode 80 - lime adjacent or: how i learned to stop worrying and love the event horizon August 9, 2018
    Sterling has been busy during his social media hiatus designing t-shirts but mostly playing the cult classic Katamari Damacy. Kortney has been beating the summer heat by embracing it with hot yoga. Meanwhile is Sheboygan, bratwurst is celebrated over the weekend and BHF Best Name goes to artist and innovator Dox Thrash. Later, Sterling shares an article from […]
  • episode 79 - the couch shimmy July 26, 2018
    Berto aka @DryBertini joins Sterling and Kortney to talk about best movie musicals and what qualifies as a movie musical. Meanwhile, Sterling recounts the minor tragedies befallen upon him the past week from spider webs to near bear attacks. Model trains are the rave in Sheboygan and CAbin in the Sky is featured in the Black History Fact this episode. 
  • episode 78 - the war on xmas July 11, 2018
    Vilissa Thompson returns for the Christmas in July special for the first episode in the Fan Appreciation Month. Want to know why Christmas is abbreviated to Xmas and who’s fault it was? How did some slaves celebrate Christmas? And what are the listeners favorite and most hated Christmas songs? Find all of that and more in this very jolly episode. Xmas Origin […]