Megan Fox carries TILL DEATH and the horrific trauma it heaps upon women.
A strange, confused film that falls into tired Orientalist tropes the horror genre should’ve long grown out of by 2020.
We all want what we don’t have. What would you do to get it?
Harp nurses his wounds up north. In Ft. James, Grace makes a dangerous deal with Chesterfield.
Who’s watching you?
Mother of George. 2013. Directed by Andrew Dosunmu. Screenplay by Darci Picoult. Starring Danai Gurira, Isaac de Bankolé, Anthony Okungbowa, Bukky Ajayi, Yaya DaCosta, Klarissa Jackson, Ishmael Omolade, Roslyn Ruff, Chinaza Uche, Florence Egbuchulam, Mutiyat Ade-Salu, Atibon Nazaire, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, & Susan Heyward. Parts and Labor/Loveless/Maybach Film Productions/SimonSays Entertainment/Fried Alligator Films. Rated R 107 minutes.Continue reading “Beautiful Black Cinema in Mother of George”