Tune in as Dr. Robinson and I close out our conversation on the HBO series “Lovecraft Country” with episode 9 (“Rewind 1921”) and episode 10 (“Full Circle”)!!
In this episode, we take a deep dive exploring the closing of the series!! We went deep with this episode, discussing the Tulsa massacre, grief and loss, legacy of trauma, closure, and wisdom out the mouths of babes…So sad that the series has come to an end, but grateful for its existence!!!
Let me start out by saying…Wow!! One thing is for sure, television and film has definitely bounced back even in the midst of a pandemic. These days streaming television shows and films is a whole new experience! And these new trailers are proof that there is definitely not going to be a shortage of content anytime soon!
See for yourself the new films and television series set to premiere in the coming weeks!
*Warner Bros. Mortal Kombat (Set to hit theaters and HBO Max on April 23rd)
*Netflix Yasuke: The Black Samurai (Streaming begins April 29th)
*Marvel Studios’ Black Widow (Set to hit theaters and Disney+ [Premier Access] on July 9th)
*Warner Bros. Space Jam: A New Legacy (Set to hit theaters and HBO Max on July 16th)
*Season 4 of Star Trek: Discovery (Streaming on Paramount + in late 2021)
Looks like we gonna have a great Spring and Summer!!
Like clockwork, I’m ready for ya!! Just in case you missed it on yesterday, you can catch Thursday’s episode of Conversations with Beloved and Kindred here! And as I said to you before, these two episode definitely hit deep to the core! There is much to process and this is ONLY the beginning!!
The remaining episodes are sure to take us on even deeper dives through Lovecraft Country!!
Check it out below:
And on next time we will travel across the pond over to London to discuss the 2020 Netflix horror, thriller film His House, directed by Remi Weekes.
My friends!! We got you covered for last night’s episode right here!! See below:
Our third conversation discusses Episodes 3 (“Holy Ghost”) and 4 (“A History of Violence”) of Lovecraft Country!! In this episode we tackle everything from the museum space, mental health and trauma, rituals & spirituality, calling on the ancestors, Chicago housing/redlining, visibility and invisibility of Black women, and preserving #BlackGirlJoy & #BlackBoyJoy. There was a lot to digest and unpack with this one, but so glad that we did!!
Next time, we will discuss the 1989 crime-comedy drama film Harlem Nights!! I have been truly looking forward to having this conversation, and look forward to your thoughts and feedback!! It’s another one you do not want to miss!!