Craig D. Lindsey
8 hours ago | Film Reviews
Boo! A Madea Halloween was the number-one movie over this past weekend, baffling Hollywood once again and making the Hotep crowd pissed that a movie starring a black guy in a dress made more money than alleged rapist Nate Parker’s still-struggling...
20 days ago | Film and TV
Fred Armisen and Bill Hader are a rarity in the comedy world: funny people with hearts of gold. It was obvious all those years when they were cast members on Saturday Night Live. They handled their characters — whether living, dead or purely ficti...
1 month ago | Film and TV
At first glance, TV (The Book), which came out last week, may look like a survey of what two respected TV critics consider to be the greatest television shows of all time. But, really, it’s a book about friendship. The joint authors of this tome, ...
2 months ago | Film and TV
Before The Eric Andre Show came along, I always thought acting like a complete lunatic on television was mostly a white-people thing. As a culture, African-Americans generally frown upon the idea of being unabashedly clownish for the masses — blac...
9 years ago
Earlier this year, the silver-anniversary re-release of Michael Jackson's Thriller — a souped-up, repackaged remembrance of the nine tracks of pop/soul perfection that the tree-climbing, surgical-mask-wearing, yeah-it's-okay-to-sleep-with-ki...
12 years ago
Everyone knows all of Usher's Confessions by now; everyone went to see Prince play "1999" for the very last time. Everyone knows all about Lil Jon and his penchant for hollering "Yayy-uuhhh!" With everyone paying attention to these superstars, a l...