Quick Spoiler Free Thoughts On Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’
Us is a comedic-suspenseful-horror film adding to a body of work that could be the beginning of Jordan Peele’s reign as ‘Master of Horror’. Following up the racially charged hit Get Out, Us feels a bit more expansive and if you’ve seen the trailers you already know…
Short Film Review – In The Dark
I usually don’t watch gay short films or web-series due to their typical clichés and stereotypes such as: A group of sassy friends, with the main protagonist looking for love with over the top acting and shade. Masculinity only being represented in the form of…
Dopeness #2: “Get Out” and Other “Scary White People” in Race Based Films
In this episode, Cypher Avenue Co-Creator Octavius Williams joins Nick to discuss the origins of his Social Justice focus on the site, then they dive into a SPOILER FREE review of “Get Out
CA Podcast #58 – The “Moonlight” Episode
In this podcast, Cypher Avenue co-founders Octavius Williams and Nick Delmacy give a SPOILER-FREE review of the new critically acclaimed LGBT film, “Moonlight.”
Film Review: Beasts of No Nation
“I just want to be happy in this life. If I’m telling this to you, you will think that…I am some sort of beast or devil. I am all of these things…but I also had a mother, father, brothers and a sister once. They loved…
REVIEW: Trans Men Pilot “Eden’s Garden” + How To Make Black Gay Film Better
I won’t say that my expectations were extremely high when I first discussed the trailers for the new web series “Eden’s Garden” starring Masculine Black Trans Men. However, I expected much more than what we got in the much anticipated first episode.
Movie Review – Avengers: Age of Ultron
By now, a large percentage of the population has seen the Avengers: Age of Ultron. Unlike the rest of said population, I thought it was the latest addition in another long list of Hollywood films that have imposed the idea of action and destruction equals…
FILM REVIEW: The Godzilla Reboot Harkens Back to Classic Creature Features of our Youth
For fans of 70s and 80s monster films (like me), you will be very impressed with the confident pacing, stunning visuals and storytelling that unravels until its all about the Big Man himself.
A Quick Review: The Happy Sad
The 2004 film Crash has ruined independent films for decades to come; why? The answer is because the characters’ stories in the Academy Award winning film are masterfully intertwined and intersect to a climatic conclusion. Since then, many web series creators, independent film writers and…
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