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Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

Summer is on the horizon and I am just getting you ready for the heat!! Got a nice mix of returning series, new films, and series premieres. Buckle up and get your remotes charged up and your popcorn ready!

Check out the new trailers below:

Season 3-The Boys (Streaming on Prime Video June 3rd)

Surviving Summer (Streaming on Netflix June 3rd)

Andor (Streaming on Disney+ June 3rd)

Beast (In theaters August 19th)

Three Thousand Years of Longing (In theaters August 31st)

Willow (Streaming on Disney+ November 30th)

True Lies (Coming Soon to CBS/Paramount+)

Posted in New Trailer Alerts!!, On The Radar, Uncategorized

Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

Getting you ready for some summer film and television viewing!! It’s definitely going to be a HOT one! Check out the trailer below and see for yourself:

Spiderhead (Streaming on Netflix June 17th)

The Lake (Streaming on Prime Video June 17th)

Season 3-The Umbrella Academy (Streaming on Netflix June 22)

Season 2-Only Murders in the Building (Streaming on Hulu June 28th)

The Terminal List (Streaming on Prime Video July 1st)

She-Hulk (Streaming on Disney+ August 17th)

Posted in New Trailer Alerts!!, On The Radar

Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

I know I missed you guys on last week, but I am back and I came with that newness!! Check out this week’s new trailer alerts:

Bling Empire (Streaming on Netflix May 13th)

Night Sky (Streaming on Prime Video May 20th)

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Streaming on Disney+ May 27th)

Hollywood Stargirl (Streaming on Disney+ June 3rd)

Season 5-The Chi (Streaming on Showtime June 24th)

Season 5-Cobra Kai (Streaming on Netflix September 9th)

Don’t Worry Darling (In theaters September 23rd)

Dear Mama-Limited Series (Streaming on FX Fall 2022)

Posted in New Trailer Alerts!!, On The Radar

Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

Another week and another set of goodies coming your way! Check out this week’s new tv and film trailers below:

Crush (Streaming on Hulu April 29th)

Shining Girls (Streaming on Apple TV+ April 29th)

Season 2-The Wilds (Streaming on Prime Video May 6th)

Season 3-Evil (Streaming on Paramount + June 12th)

Season 2-Only Murders in the Building (Streaming on Hulu June 28th)

Posted in New Trailer Alerts!!, On The Radar

Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

Last week was a doozy and I missed you all next week, but I got you covered! Never fail, check out this weeks new alerts below:

9 Bullets (In theaters April 15th)

Outer Range (Streaming on Prime Video April 15th)

Season 2-Russian Doll (Streaming on Netflix April 20th)

Captive Audience (Streaming on Hulu April 21st)

The Baby (Streaming on HBO Max April 24th)

Season 2-Gentleman Jack (Streaming on HBO Max April 25th)

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Special Episode of “Conversations with Beloved & Kindred”

To close out Women’s History Month, Dr. Robinson and I sat down to chat about the latest horror film on Prime Video, “Master” starring Regina Hall (directed by Mariama Diallo). This film hits very close to home for both of as we can identify with both main protagonists!! To see what we have to say (cause trust me, we got ALOT) check out our latest episode on this Thursday March 31st at 3 pm/ET on Auburn Avenue Research Library Facebook Live and YouTube!!

See the trailer below, and then check it out!!

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Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

Got another list of goodies waiting for you to push play!! A good mix of film and television to make you laugh, have you on the edge of your seat, and even make you go hmmmm. And as an extra bonus I dropped a few potential summer hits for you too!! Check them out below:

Season 3-A Black Lady Sketch Show (Streaming on HBO Max April 8th)

Roar (Streaming on Apple TV+ April 15th)

Limited Series-The Offer (Streaming on Paramount + April 28th)

The Takedown (Streaming on Netflix May 6th)

Candy (Streaming on Hulu May 9th)

The Terminal List (Streaming on Prime Video July 1st)

Bullet Train (In theaters July 15th)

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Weekly Trailer Alerts!!

The Time has changed, the Weather is getting warmer, and I got more tv and film newness just for you!! Looks like these next few month are going to continue to bring us the hotness!!

Check out some of the new things dropping in theaters and on your streaming networks!!

Season 2-Woke (Streaming on Hulu April 8th)

Outer Range (Streaming on Prime Video April 15th)

Season 6-Better Call Saul (Streaming on AMC/AMC+ April 18th)

We Own This City (Streaming on HBO April 25th)

Obi-Wan Kenobi (Streaming on Disney+ May 25th)

The Boys (Streaming on Prime Video June 3rd)

Elvis (In theaters June 24th)

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Jaya’s Pop Culture Minute (PCM)- “A Sundance Rundown”

Black Future Feminist fans, we got a special treat for you from our resident intern Jaya Robinson! On this past January, Jaya had the opportunity to attend this year’s Sundance Film Festival which was held in a virtual format!! Check out below her commentary and spoiler-free reviews of some of the festival’s feature films!!

This year I was fortunate enough to attend the Sundance film festival last month, so I thought I would give you guys a spoiler-free review of the four movies I saw!

‘After Yang’ (Directed by Kogonada)

After Yang was the first movie I saw at the virtual festival and it is definitely one of my favorites from the ones I saw. It is a movie set in a very technologically advanced society in the future and it follows one family in particular when their daughter’s android (Yang) breaks down and her father Jake played by Colin Farrell looks for a way to repair him. It is a beautiful movie that deals with loss and human connection. The acting is really a key part of the movie too, along with an excellent cast. The cinematography is also something that I really think of when I hear about this movie, just because it was so beautiful. After Yang is set to be released in theaters on March 4th. 

‘Master’ (Directed by Mariama Diallo)

Switching gears almost drastically, the next movie I watched was a horror/commentary on the black experience in academia. The movie follows two characters, Gail Bishop the new “master” at a prestigious New England university, and a student Jasmine Moore that is being terrorized by this “Salem Witch Trials” era legend on the campus. Each navigate different sides of the university’s haunted past and even more terrifying present. This movie was definitely my favorite of all the movies I watched at the festival, the horror aspect and the commentary really made me think of how black women are treated at predominantly white institutions (PWIs). I really loved how the movie was divided into specific chapters that were referenced in the dialogue. Not only was the writing amazing but Regina Hall’s performance really stood out to me, especially seeing her in a much more serious role. This movie will also be available to stream on Amazon Prime on March 18th. 

‘892’ (Directed by Abi Damaris Corbin)

892 is another hard hitting movie that is based on a real story. The movie follows Brian Brown Easley who once his disability check fails to deliver from Veterans Affairs is close to becoming homeless. As a result, with no other options in place he decides to hold up a Wells Fargo bank by saying “I’ve got a bomb.” Rather than being a fictional tale this movie is all too real, this movie showcases what some forgotten veterans face. This is usually not the type of genre of movie I gravitate towards, but this movie draws you in completely. Even all the way to the end you are invested into this movie and what will happen next. With stellar performances from John Boyega, who showcases his amazing acting range and Nicole Beharie, these performances really bring the movie together. This movie also features Michael K. Williams’ final role on the big screen. 

892' Review: A Bank Robbery Makes a Statement - Variety

‘Honk For Jesus, Save Your Soul’ (Directed by Admamma Ebo)

Where do I begin with this well done dark comedy? There is a lot to say about it, but first let us begin with what the movie is about. It follows Trinity Childs played by Regina Hall and her husband Pastor Lee-Curtis Childs played by Sterling K. Brown in the aftermath of a big scandal, trying to rebuild their once prominent church. The writing, in particular, nails the sometimes ridiculous nature of mega churches. It is filmed like an episode of The Office, following the mock documentary format that often lands with the audience. Although it is advertised as a comedy it does do well with juggling two genres of a more serious drama and outright comedy. This is another example of how Regina Hall steals a movie, she puts on another show stopping performance that really makes you invested in the movie. You don’t usually see a mock documentary in a movie format and I think that’s what makes it work, especially for a directorial debut film. 

(Photo credit: Sundance Institute)

All in all, even though some of the movies that I watched were not some of my favorites, I am really glad I was able to attend and be a part of the Sundance community for the first time. When it is all said and done, I look forward to seeing everyone’s reactions to the movies once they officially release!