CYPHER AVENUE > Reviews

By Nick Delmacy | Apr 2 2012 | 6 Comments

  {rating} I don’t really know where to begin with my thoughts on this debut novel, “Sons” by Alphonso Morgan. It is a muddled, slow-moving, coming of age story that simultaneously makes you aroused, nauseated and bored. Set in Brooklyn in the 1990’s, the novel follows the meeting and growing relationship between young black gay […]

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Mar 24 2012 | No Comments

  THE CYPHER AVENUE MUSIC SERIES A series of posts showcasing music by masculine Gay/Bisexual artists that we dig for one reason or another. We...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Mar 9 2012 | No Comments

  First off, SPOILER ALERT. The following post contains spoilers about this United Kingdom filmed horror/thriller movie entitled, W delta Z (aka...

By Ockydub | Posted Mar 7 2012 | 3 Comments

A Film By: Christopher Hines Release Date: October 26, 2010 Run Time: 70 minutesThe Adonis Factor attempts to cover the topic of the obsession of...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Mar 2 2012 | 5 Comments

  If you were born before 1990 then chances are you’re familiar with the two-man hip hop group known as Dead Prez. Their militant revolutionary...

By Ockydub | Posted Jan 19 2012 | 2 Comments

Movie Review: Young Soul Rebels To sum up this movie in one word…”HORRIBLE“. Look I know we have a limited selection in the Black...

By Ockydub | Posted Dec 30 2011 | No Comments

 Blind Faith Directed By: Ernest R. Dickerson Written By: Frank Military Staring: Charles S. Dutton, Courtney B. Vance First released on the cable...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Dec 21 2011 | No Comments

Continuing my recent series of posts on Hip Hop music, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to speak about the new album “The Dreamer/The...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Dec 7 2011 | No Comments

  THE CYPHER AVENUE MUSIC SERIES A series of posts showcasing music by masculine Gay/Bisexual artists that we dig for one reason or another. We...

By Nick Delmacy | Posted Sep 5 2011 | No Comments

I’m an avid book reader, especially fiction. Unfortunately there are not gonna be too many novels written by gay/bisexual men of color endorsed...

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