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Say What!? It’s Black Dynamite’s Guide to Blaxploitation!
Michael Jai White tells us the influences behind his spoof movie
Three The Hard Way (1974)Jimmy (Jim Brown), Jagger (Fred Williamson) and Keyes (Jim Kelly)  must save the day from an evil white supremacist who plans the mass genocide of African Americans by poisoning the water supply with a toxin harmless to caucasians but dealy to black people!
Read the full article at Total Film.
Read the Black Dynamite review here.

Say What!? It’s Black Dynamite’s Guide to Blaxploitation!

Michael Jai White tells us the influences behind his spoof movie

Three The Hard Way (1974)

Jimmy (Jim Brown), Jagger (Fred Williamson) and Keyes (Jim Kelly)  must save the day from an evil white supremacist who plans the mass genocide of African Americans by poisoning the water supply with a toxin harmless to caucasians but dealy to black people!

Read the full article at Total Film.

Read the Black Dynamite review here.

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We love this movie! Black Dynamite review - flawless spoof comedy – go see it and spend the rest of the year quoting lines to anyone who’ll listen. Y’dig? 4 Stars.

We love this movie! Black Dynamite review - flawless spoof comedy – go see it and spend the rest of the year quoting lines to anyone who’ll listen. Y’dig? 4 Stars.

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See our awesome Black Dynamite poster - complete with exclusive Total Film quote!
Black Dynamite has finally landed a UK release date, nearly a year after we saw it - and loved it - in New York last October.
To support the release, a poster has landed starring your very own Total Film magazine, with a quote from our Black Dynamite review.
A pitch perfect take on the cheap and nasty Blaxploitation flicks of the 70s, the film follows ex-military, ex-CIA hero Black Dynamite on his kung-fu kicking, nunchuk wielding quest to avenge his brother’s death at the hands of ‘The Man’.
Read the full article at Total Film

See our awesome Black Dynamite poster - complete with exclusive Total Film quote!

Black Dynamite has finally landed a UK release date, nearly a year after we saw it - and loved it - in New York last October.

To support the release, a poster has landed starring your very own Total Film magazine, with a quote from our Black Dynamite review.

A pitch perfect take on the cheap and nasty Blaxploitation flicks of the 70s, the film follows ex-military, ex-CIA hero Black Dynamite on his kung-fu kicking, nunchuk wielding quest to avenge his brother’s death at the hands of ‘The Man’.

Read the full article at Total Film