Another week, another dollar, another trailer! Who doesn’t love getting something new to watch and put on your calendar every week! Check out this week’s new trailers below:
The Orville: New Horizons (Streaming on Hulu June 2nd)
P-Valley (Streaming on STARZ June 3rd)
Hustle (Streaming on Netflix June 8th)
First Kill (Streaming on Netflix June 10th)
Westworld (Streaming on HBO Max June 26th)
Avatar: The Way of Water (In theaters December 16th)
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!!
Woke (Streaming on Hulu April 8th)
Outer Range (Streaming on Prime Video April 15th)
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)
On this past Saturday afternoon, I had the opportunity to participate in some real life “Black Girl Magic”!! As part of the “Black Feminist Future Series” put on by the
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, myself and four other AMAZING Black Afrofuturist women ( Susana Morris , Tiffany E. Barber, Esther L. Jones, and Kinitra D. Brooks [moderator]) took part in a very fulfilling conversation about Black women and theories of the future!!
Nothing like sharing the “virtual” stage with a group of brilliant minds such as these Black women!! My mind, body, and soul were overflowing with Black joy and hope!!
Check it out below:
For more upcoming “Black Feminist Futures” events at the Schomburg check out the following
Missed last week’s Season 2 premiere of
Conversations with Beloved & Kindred?? Fear not I got you covered!!
Check out our first episode where Dr. Robinson and I jump in feet first to discuss the films
Horror Noire: A Black History of Black Horror (2019) and Ganja & Hess (1973)
Tune into our discussion below:
And as a little bonus check out these post-episode resources:
Films: Night of the Living Dead (1968) [Available to stream and view on Peacock, Tubi, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO Max) Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song (1971) Ganja and Hess (1973) [Available to view on Showtime] Da Sweet Blood of Jesus (2014) [Available on Showtime] Get Out (2017) [Available to stream on Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video] Horror Noire: A Black History of Black Horror (2019) [Available to view on Shudder] Books: Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present (2011) ~Robin R. Means, PhD The Good House (2003) ` Tananarive Due Brown Girl in the Ring (1998) ~Nalo Hopkinson
Articles: “As Black horror rises in popularity, horror writers discuss its evolution” ~Carolyn Copeland [ See Here] “How Black Horror Became America’s Most Powerful Cinematic Genre”~ Gabrielle Bellot [ See Here]
It’s the First Day of the Month!! We are moving and shaking and these trailers are ready to be seen! So get your calendars, save the dates and check out what’s new in film and television!!
The Tinder Swindler (Streaming on Netflix February 2nd)
The Girl Before (Streaming on HBO Max February 10th)
Asking For It (In theaters March 4th)
Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre (In theaters March 18th)
Halo (Streaming on Paramount+ March 24th)
Starting you out with one of my faves on Netflix, a little drama, a splash of an action thriller, and closing you out with a Marvel treat! Sounds good to me!! Check them out below:
Raising Dion (Streaming on Netflix February 1)
Inventing Anna (Streaming on Netflix February 11)
Severance (Streaming on Apple TV+ February 18)
Gasoline Alley (In theaters February 25)
Moon Knight (Streaming on Disney+ March 30)
And just like that we made it to another week of 2022! Which means I got some more goodies for you!! Check them out below:
Ozark (Streaming on Netflix January 21st)
Cyrano (In theaters January 21st)
Billions (Streaming on Showtime January 23rd)
Snowpiercer (Streaming on TNT January 24th)
The Black Phone (In theaters February 4th)
Marry Me (In theaters February 11th)
It’s 2022!! It’s a new year and I can’t wait to share these hot new trailers!! This week I got you covered in the television world!! Plenty of shows to keep you busy and occupied! Check them out below:
Cheers (Streaming on Netflix January 12th)
The Afterparty (Streaming on Apple TV+ January 28th )
Monarch (Streaming on Fox January 30th)
Raised by Wolves (Streaming on HBO Max February 3rd)
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Streaming on Prime Video February 18th)
2021 is just about over, but not before I share a few of my pop culture faves!! I wanted to compile a list of few of favorite shows, movies, comic books, documentaries, short films, podcasts, and soundtracks that made an impact on me in a major way this year!!
These are a few of my favorite things from 2021…Check them out below*:
Comic Books/Graphic Novels Eve (Victor LaValle, Boom! Studios) Far Sector (N.K. Jemisin/Jamal Campbell, DC Comics) Nubia and the Amazons (Stephanie Williams/Ayala Vita, DC Comics) Wake: The Hidden History of Women-Led Slave Revolts (Rebecca Hall/Penguin Books) Run: Book One (John Lewis/Andrew Aydin/Nate Powell/L. Fury, Abrams Books) Bitter Root (David Walker/Chuck Brown/Image Comics)
: True-crime reigned supreme in this category!! Gotta love a good mystery. Podcasts Jemele Hill is Unbothered Suspect Over My Dead Body Dr. Death
Movies The Harder They Fall (Netflix): An ode to Westerns done in style!! No Time To Die: Ahhh where will the Bond legacy go next Candyman: Thank you Nia Dacosta for this beautiful piece of horror!! Shang-Chi and the Legend of Ten Rings: 10/10 Spider-Man: No Way Home Zola: A movie that offers A LOT of different perspectives regarding one weekend! The Unforgivable (Netflix) Army of the Dead/Army of Thieves (Netflix) Gunpowder Milkshake (Netflix): More action films with women leads especially those of color is definitely needed!! Raya and the Last Dragon Judas and the Black Messiah King Richard Concrete Cowboy (Netflix): I’m a sucker for a good western and some Black history! Cruella: Who says you can’t like villains! Dune The Tomorrow War (Prime Video) Red Notice (Netflix): Ryan Reynolds…That’s all I gotta say! Outside the Wire (Netflix)
Short Films Us Again (Disney+) Don’t Go Tellin’ Your Momma Twenty Something (Disney+) Bao (Disney+) For the Birds (Disney+) Loop (Disney+) How to Raise a Black Boy
Documentary My Name is Pauli Murray Summer of Soul (Hulu) Pride (Hulu) This is Pop (Netflix) Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali (Netflix) Mary J. Blige’s My Life (Prime Video)
Television Shows Insecure (HBO Max): That last episode… (chef’s kiss)….The end of an era…Sunday nights will never be the same… (le sigh) #DayOne The Wonder Years (ABC): Nostalgia, Comedy and the Black Experience The Underground (Prime Video): Powerful, Visual American History Lesson Invincible (Prime Video) Wheel of Time (Prime Video): Definitely up there with Game of Thrones and Lord of the Rings The White Lotus (HBO Max): I have never been so drawn into a show that made me laugh, cringe, drop my jaw, and so much more…Everything is not always what it seems… Nine Perfect Strangers (Hulu): I do believe what happened actually took place in real life, which is pretty scary if it did… Only Murders in the Building (Hulu) Love Life (Season 2) (HBO Max): I LOVE #BLACKLOVE and ALL its many layers! Queen Sugar (OWN Network): Another show that when it comes to a close, I will truly miss this show!! #DayOne Arcane (Netflix): Definitely looking forward to the next season! Fun to watch! The Falcon and Winter Soldier (Disney+): My fave of the Marvel series on Disney+ so far…They pulled out all kinds of surprises!! What If…? (Disney+): Still missing Chadwick Boseman Run the World (Starz): Love seeing Black female friendships and when cities become actors (I see you Harlem!) Succession (HBO Max): All I can say is just watch it!! Reservation Dogs (Hulu): Please more of this!! Evil (Paramount+): Catholicism is a whole different beast (pun intended) Blood and Water (Netflix): Had to represent SA!! Cruel Summer (Hulu): Shout out to my sista-friend Lesley Bonner for this one!! Talk about being drawn in!! It’s all about the little details!
(Television and Film) (I did this instead to avoid having to narrow it down to one artist/group or album) Soundtracks The Harder They Fall Insecure (I owe a great deal to this soundtrack, I became aware and a fan of so many new artists because of each seasons soundtrack!!) Judas and the Black Messiah Coming 2 America Cruella BMF Queen Sugar Tom & Jerry (Now this one surprised me!! But trust me on this one!) True Story (A Whole lot of Philly Soul)
*The listings are in no particular order.
Just cause the 2021 is coming to a close does not mean the movies and tv shows stop, if anything we get more!! Got another dose of trailers for your viewing pleasure!! Enjoy and check them out below:
The Righteous Gemstones (Streaming on HBO Max January 9th, 2022)
The House (Streaming on Netflix January 14th, 2022)
I Want You Back (Streaming on Prime Video February 11th, 2022)
Everything Everywhere All At Once (In theaters March 25th, 2022)
The Lost City (In theaters March 25th, 2022)