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Black on Black Cinema

By TNP Studios

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Black on Black Cinema is a bi-weekly podcast where 3 guys discuss the ins and outs of Black films. With a touch of humor and a drive for relevant discussion, Black on Black Cinema will entertain, as well as, inform. Hosted by Jay, Micah, and Terrence.

Customer Reviews

I’m glad I found these guys

I’m really glad I found this podcast since the other movie review podcasts with black hosts were just not working out for me.
I love how funny and socially aware these guys are. Since it’s a black male podcast, and I’m a black woman, I was worried I’d hear a bunch of colorist and anti black women jokes and comments. Fortunately, these guys are much smarter than that and they’re hilarious too. I wish they’d review more Tyler perry movies though, lol.

These guys ...

I love everything about this podcast! I feel as if I am having conversations with my male cousins whom I am close to. I listen to this podcast on my hour long drive home from work and I find myself joining in on the conversations LOL! I love the way that they can agree to disagree and how they have helped me to critique a film as well. Point being ... I am a huge Tupac fan but listening to their opinions made me realize that, yes, it was not the greatest interpretation of him. What a bs movie. :(
I love their honesty and their conversations outside of reviewing the films. And the camaraderie is so genuine. I look forward to hearing more from “my cousins.” Keep doing what y’all do ... all the best to you guys.
P.S. I think Terrance sounds like “Slim” from the movie “The Wood” also that same guy is now on the show “The Rookie.” LOL! What do y’all think? Ha ha ...

Expected Better

A group of manchildren waxing on their unintelligible views of black film.