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Carolyn and Ashlee have another sentimental chat about Black mothers and inter-generational relationships between Black women and girls in 1994's underrated Spike Lee jawn, Crookly...

VH1 Reality content was totally inspired by the like-films that came before... And this is the one where Carolyn thinks she swindled Ashlee into watching a musical, which Ashlee ar...

This Ain't About THEM!

Our guide to 'finding other Black horror to support 'cha damn self', Carolyn and Ashlee talk why Amazon's newest latest, THEM just AIN'T, and how the reception sparked the need aga...

Carolyn teases her budding talent for lecturing Canadian genre film history and Ashlee processes the bone marrow of Jason Krawczyk's pen and Audrey Cummings' eye on 2019's darkly c...

There's so much more in 2019's for-the-family flip on Tom Hanks' 1988, Big... Little, starring Regina Hall, Issa Rae, and Marsai Martin is all about digging up those ugly childhood...

When SVU Was Good [Diva]

Carolyn dusts off her French and nostalgia for Jean-Jacques Beineix's 1981 caper, Diva. Ashlee is just here to make Law & Order: Special Victims Unit references and point out t...

Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, yo... For our final episode of the year, Ashlee wanted to ramble about arguably the best movie of the year, Radha Blank's Kool-Aid Man debut, The 40-Yea...

Carolyn's Summer sci-fi fave KIN, a story about a working-class kid just trying to find some normalcy after a family loss turns into a journey of destiny tied to a an otherworldly ...

bell hooks wrote the book, Feminism Is For Everybody, Lizzie Borden made the penultimate film exemplifying that. Listen to Carolyn lead the lesson on Borden's 1983 docu-fiction Bor...

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