AIN’T NO STOPPING WHAT CAN’T BE STOPPED, NO KILLING WHAT CAN’T BE KILLED, ESPECIALLY EPISODE 93 OF CINEPUNX!
We are so glad you have joined us for this spectacular and timely episode. Recently, both Josh and I were able to catch premiere screenings of the new amazing horror documentary Horror Noire and we both felt extremely compelled to cover it. The timing of the film could not be better, as February is both Black Heritage Month and Women in Horror Month, and this film is an exploration of the history of Black presence and representation in horror, and features the powerful voices of many women, including huge friend of the show Ashlee Blackwell We are so proud of her and our other friends involved in the project like Phile Nobile Jr and others! The movie is fantastic! To continue our discussion but moving unto another black produced, non-fiction film, we decided to cover the 1983 Gil Scott-Heron concert film Black Wax
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