Photo by Avel Chuklanov on Unsplash Memphis, according to the 2020 census, is home to approximately 633,000 people, of which 64.5% are African American. As a new report from the Memphis Black Clergy Collaborative (BCCM) and Political Institute of Hope—the political arm of Hope Credit Union, a Delta-based Community DevelopmentRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: Shudder, AMC Networks’ horror streaming service, and RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, have teamed up for Shudder’s latest original film, Destroy all neighbors. From music video director and commercial Josh Forbes and starring Jonah Ray Rodrigues (Mystery Science Theater 3000) and Alex Winter (Bill and TedRead More →

The 28th big-screen film in the ongoing interconnected Marvel verse, and 34th released title overall, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” looks like a 1950s sci-fi flick – a self-aware cult favorite -same. Unfortunately, since the arrogant and pompous main character doesn’t do well in stand-alone, Marvel made itRead More →

Actor Kajal Aggarwal Unveils Poster for Director Bhaskar Maurya’s Telugu Debut Film ‘Muthayya’ Actor Kajal Aggarwal Unveils Poster for Director Bhaskar Maurya’s Telugu Debut Film ‘Muthayya’ Big budget Telugu movies such as Pushpa – the rise and RRR caused a sensation at the box office across the country. The lesser-knownRead More →

‘Saints Row’ – Trailer Features Character, Weapon, Vehicle, And More Since its long delay in November 2021, Saints Row has returned to its purple-soaked headquarters. Deep Silver Volition broke the silence with an in-depth customization talk, showcasing the many bizarre ways players can alter their protagonist’s appearance, weapons, vehicles, andRead More →

Alright, alright, alright, it’s that time again. The San Francisco Film Festival (SFFilm) returns for 11 days of groundbreaking films, in-person interviews and community events. After two years of necessary pandemic limitations, some restrictions have been lifted and most films will screen in person at SF repertoire theaters such asRead More →

The Maine premiere of Canadian filmmaker Nadine Pequeneza’s new documentary “Last of the Right Whales” takes place at the Nickelodeon Theater in Portland on April 27, just days before rules designed to protect the species from fishing gear are supposed to come into force. The film, which features unprecedented footageRead More →

Ram Gopal Varma as RGV, is a director who divides and knows how to attract attention. The outspoken filmmaker took to social media to praise KGF: Chapter 2 and its director, Prashanth Neel, for showcasing the true potential of Kannada’s film industry. There’s no doubt that director Prashanth Neel’s magnumRead More →

New trailer for British horror movie ‘Homebound’ starring Aisling Loftus by Alex Billington April 6, 2022Source: Youtube “Under your skin, an insidious horror.” It looks scary! Brainstorm Media has unveiled an official trailer for Godwin’s Confined at home, which premiered at Fantastic Fest and Beyond Fest last year. “The kidsRead More →

House ” Movies” Cinema of the South » IANS Review: ‘Poo Sandi Varan’: A Brilliant Horror Film That Sends Chills Down Your Spine (IANS Rating: ****) By Manigandan KR Movie: ‘Poo Sandi Varan’ (Running in Theatres). Duration: 115 minutes. Director: JR, Vicky. Cast: Mirchi Ramana, Tinesh Sarathi Krishnan, Logan Nathan,Read More →

After succumbing to the demise of physical home entertainment and then being lodged in a mountain village in Sicily, the eclectic holdings of New York City mainstay Kim’s Video have returned home. Alamo Drafthouse launched Kim’s Video Underground, a new outpost of the downtown indie film temple, which closed forRead More →

In the Texas outback of 1979, innards are splattered, lives are irreversibly changed and cinema is made in Ti West’s new film, “X.” While this movie isn’t for faint-hearted viewers, with outstanding writing, stunning visuals, compelling characters, and superb editing, “X” is a masterpiece. “X” follows a group of starvingRead More →

EXCLUSIVE: Cuban-American actress Ana Villafañe landed the lead role in the independent feature Alina from Cuba: La Hija Rebelde from Mankind Entertainment and Maven Pictures. She will play Fidel Castro’s daughter and anti-communist activist, Alina Fernandez. Alina from Cuba is based on the true story of Fernandez, a Cuban-American immigrantRead More →

To illustrate the history of racism in banking, here’s a look at the rise and fall of Freedman’s Savings Bank, according to information from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. In 1865 the Civil War ended and the 13th Amendment abolished slavery. At that time, Congress recognized thatRead More →

In what continues to be dubbed the Great Resignation, employers are looking for creative ways to retain and attract talent. An Early Wage Access (EWA) policy – ​​a revolutionary benefits program that gives employees access to their salary within an hour of a shift – may well be what givesRead More →

Katarzyna Bialasiewicz/Getty Images/iStockphoto About 100,000 student borrowers have been identified by the U.S. Department of Education as eligible for debt forgiveness under the Civil Service Loan Forgiveness Program, the Biden administration announced Wednesday. See: Most student loan borrowers not ready to restart payments on May 1Find: When is it timeRead More →

Amazon Studios has unveiled the official trailer for the upcoming horror thriller titled Master, starring Regina Hall as Gail Bishop, the first black master of a dormitory at a former elite university. The film had its world premiere earlier this year at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival. It is setRead More →