When a little girl gains control over the universe’s most evil entity, things get crazy… and so wonderfully silly.
Everybody’s getting hunted down this Halloween. No exceptions.
Two nurses, one old and one young, go head-to-head in a battle of flawed moralities.
Florida’s gone to Grovetown, but Dt. Hanson worries for her safety, so he sends Hap to find her. And you know Hap is taking Leonard, too.
A horror ahead of its time, this sequel to Wes Craven’s groundbreaking film explores sexual orientation in a nightmarish way.
A contemporary Greek tragedy about conflicted, violent masculinities.
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”