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    by Crayzon Deeyon on April 25, 2015 at 9:33 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents The Soul Cinema Review Presentation of THE BLACK GESTAPO Written and directed by Lee Frost, THE BLACK GESTAPO stars Rod Perry, Charles Robinson, and Edward Cross. A picture created to cause caution, when thinking of Black men taking control of their neighborhoods from mobsters/gangsters, that it might not be any better under Black control. A film made to cause fear in the minds of the masses who were listening to the Black activists of the period. False in its claims, but we show the film because, it is a must watch film that will help this generation during this time. True Black leadership, and developing such a mind state, is a discussion that needs to be had, even though the film was released in 1975. What does it mean to be truly in control of your own neighborhood, your own business, your life; your future? It certainly isn't THE BLACK GESTAPO. This film, if nothing else, is a great conversation starter. So, sit back, grab the popcorn, the goobers and soda, and enjoy THE BLACK GESTAPO.

    by Crayzon Deeyon on April 25, 2015 at 8:09 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents The Soul Cinema Review Presentation of Josephine Baker: The 1st Black Superstar! Josephine Baker continues to influence American culture today. She's an inspiration to Black girls and women around the world, and still sets the beauty standards for nude photography. Learn more about Josephine Baker, and Enjoy!

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    by Crayzon Deeyon on April 2, 2015 at 8:18 AM
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    Here is a documentary on the most prolific photographer, filmmaker, painter, poet (the list of abilities goes on and on), Gordon Parks. Many of the viewers will know him for directing Shaft, starring Richard Roundtree. But, though this documentary, you will be able to learn more, Enjoy!

    by Crayzon Deeyon on March 15, 2015 at 10:34 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents - THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW - THE BIG SCORE. It's 1983, and Fred Williamson (The Hammer) doesn't die in his films, so as a Black man, Black woman, or Black fan-- you can like this picture! Synopsis: A narcotics detective lets nothing stand in the way of his bringing down a major drug dealer. The Big Score is directed by Fred Williamson; stars include: Fred Williamson, Richard Roundtree (Shaft fame; now father on "Being Mary Jane" on BET), Nancy Wilson and John Saxon. Enjoy THE BIG SCORE!

    by Crayzon Deeyon on March 15, 2015 at 10:17 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents - THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW - MURDER IN HARLEM. Murder In Harlem is a film made in 1935, by one of the most prolific independent filmmakers of his time, Oscar Micheaux. Picture Oscar Micheaux, a Black man barnstorming his films around America, during the racist 1930's, inventing the independent distribution formula that would later be utilized by, greats like Rudy Ray Moore, and as recently as Master P, to get people knowing about film products they had to offer. A personal inspiration to Crazy Dee, Oscar introduces many of the nuances seen in all films today. Enjoy Murder In Harlem!

    by Crayzon Deeyon on March 15, 2015 at 9:57 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM PRESENTS - THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW - BLACK DENIRO. Set in modern times, Black Deniro tells the story of a group of young gangsters who commit robberies for a living. They plan is to rob a big time drug dealer, named Flex (played by comedian Spank, seen on tour with Kevin Hart & more); Seems like nothing can go wrong, but trust-- Its More 2 Da Story. The film stars Black Deniro, Comedian Spank, Cuzin E, Squally Gunns, Bread Billions, Dark Lo, Model Ace, YooSlim, and a cast from Philadelphia.

    by Crayzon Deeyon on March 15, 2015 at 9:19 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presens - THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW - RACE MOVIES, THE POPULAR ART OF THE 1920's. Have you ever wondered where some of the stereotypes which still exist, in the society today, came from? Have you ever thought of where the techniques and drive to be a great independent filmmaker come from? Well check this movie out; it will answer those questions and more, Enjoy!

    by Crayzon Deeyon on February 28, 2015 at 1:29 AM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM - THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW - Presents A Black History Month Treat Entitled, KILLER DILLER. A woman goes missing, and a magician has to prove he had nothing to do with her disappearance; the police get involved, and still, the show must go on! Featuring Nat King Cole, a young Moms Mabley, and more-- this film shows Black Entertainers at the top of their game, and it shows, the people, where Rock and Roll really came from. Enjoy KILLER DILLER.

    by Crayzon Deeyon on February 21, 2015 at 12:50 PM
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    LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents The Soul Cinema Review - MOON OVER HARLEM. Release in 1939, Moon Over Harlem is an early example of Black Cinema worth watching. Synopsis: Gangster marries world's kindest, most charitable woman, scams money from her while coming on to her daughter. When gangster is caught by his wife attempting to rape the daughter, he lies and blames the girl. Driven from her mother's home, the girl turns to show business to make a living. (Summary by mcguffin2001.)

    by Crayzon Deeyon on February 1, 2015 at 3:32 AM
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    BLACK FIST is the feature to kick-off Black History Month on THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW. A young man -- Leroy Fist (Richard Lawson) -- becomes involved in the mob. He attempts to change his life, and mobsters kills his wife. Leroy is out for bloody revenge. Great Martial Arts Action In this Film! Black Fist was released as "Homeboy" and "Black Streetfighter". The film stars Richard Lawson as "Leroy Fist" and features Annazette Chase and Philip Michael Thomas, with Dabney Coleman in the cast. So, Sit Back, Grab The Popcorn and Enjoy "BLACK FIST".

    by Crayzon Deeyon on January 2, 2015 at 1:33 PM
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    Note: Film begins 30 seconds-in from start.

    Plot - A successful Los Angeles-based businessperson, a doting father of two, and a loving husband, Ron Lewis (John Daniels), turns into a completely different self at night ? his alter ego, the "Black Baron"; a prominent, powerful and feared pimp; but after killing two racist police officers, who pursuit him, the Baron realizes that his pimping days are numbered. All is not what it appears in this film, which is Soul Cinema, Good! Directed and produced by Matt Cimber and written by Mikel Angel, under the pseudonym of George Theakos, the film, released in 1975, stars John Daniels, Eli Haines and Tom Hankason. So, get ready to watch THE CANDY TANGERINE MAN.

    by Crayzon Deeyon on December 31, 2014 at 8:44 PM
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    "THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR" is the first film, we spotlight, for 2015, on THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW! In 2012, the film was added to the National Film Registry of The Library of Congress. Based on the 1969 novel of the same name written by Sam Greenlee, It focuses on the militancy, in the Black community, arising from the disillusionment of the Civil Rights Movement. With a soundtrack by Herbie Hancock; directed by Ivan Dixon, co-produced Sam Greenlee and Dixon, from a screenplay, written by Mel Clay and Sam Greenlee, the film starred Lawrence Cook, Paula Kelly, Janet League, J. A. Preston, and David Lemieux, it is a must watch film, especially during the 2015 climate of renewed struggle. Synopsis: A Black man plays "Uncle Tom" in order to gain access to CIA training, then uses that knowledge to plot a new American Revolution. Enjoy THE SPOOK WHO SAT BY THE DOOR!

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