10 Favorite Wesley Snipes Films

8 04 2013

One of the top actors of the 1990’s, Wesley Snipes was released from prison earlier today after serving three years for tax evasion. To mark the auspicious occasion, we decided to take a look at our Top 10 performances from this complex but talented actor.

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Lee/Tarantino: The Protector takes on The Imitator?

23 12 2012


Celebrated director Spike Lee has a history of voicing his opinion regarding his colleague’s project. The latest fellow director under attack from Lee is none other than Quentin Tarantino and his upcoming film, Django Unchained. Read the rest of this entry »

Worst Films of 2012

20 12 2012


This year in film has featured many amazing trends and captivating performances. Despite so many great films at the box office, it is the bottom-feeders of cinema that is our focus. Read the rest of this entry »

Trailer Park | Red Hook Summer

28 06 2012

The trailer for Spike Lee’s upcoming drama, Red Hook Summer is out and judging from the clip, Lee is taking it back to his independent roots for his latest version of his “Brooklyn Chronicles.” Read the rest of this entry »

Reel Classics | Spike Lee

27 06 2012

This Thursday night, celebrated autuer and two-time Black Reel Award winning director Spike Lee will be the guest programmer on TCM selecting four classic films that will be shown and also discuss their impact on his career. Read the rest of this entry »

Indie Classics | Drop Squad

23 06 2012

Spike Lee has always been a provocative filmmaker who translated his experiences into memorable and indeliable images of African-Americans. One of the films put his name on was drama examining class warfare in the Black community, Drop Squad. Read the rest of this entry »

Reel Images | Red Hook Summer

20 06 2012

Two-time Black Reel Award winning director Spike Lee has released the art for his upcoming drama, Red Hook Summer. Read the rest of this entry »

Five Flix | Charles Burnett

17 01 2012

The phrase “independent filmmaker” gets thrown around and many use the art form as a way to break into mainstream films. One individual who remained true to his roots for the past 30 years is the underappreciated Charles Burnett. Read the rest of this entry »