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blaxploitation archive – COUNTDOWN AT KUSINI (a.k.a. COOL RED)

Within the ranks of black films of the 1970s, there are a handful of titles that remain shrouded with an air of mystery. These are the “lost” films of the blaxploitation, of which there are two distinct types. The first … Continue reading

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Black Cinema – PURLIE VICTORIOUS

BadAzz MoFo celebrates Black History Month 2012 by focusing on Black Cinema—a look at the films, filmmakers, and actors that have contributed to the black diaspora in film. Released briefly in 1963 as Gone Are the Days, Purlie Victoriouswas based on … Continue reading

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