In celebration of Halloween and it’s 30th anniversary, Tea and Leona get together to discuss the cult classic, comedy-horror The Lost Boys. From ’80s fashion to angsty older brothers to the genius that is Kiefer Sutherland, we talk about it all. And yes, we both still think it’s scary. #dontjudgeus
Everyone loves a good bedtime story. Especially one featuring a handsome hero and his beautiful damsel; as well as dastardly villains, giants, sword fighters, adventure, and true love. We get all that and more in the Princess Bride. Grab a pillow and hang out with Chele, Tea, and Leona as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 80s classic.
It’s officially Fall, the perfect time to think about filling up your belly with a heapin’ helpin’ of chicken, collard greens, macaroni & cheese and…egg pie? Ok not so much, but you can join us in Fandom City as we mark the 20th anniversary of the release of Soul Food. Come see what Leona, Tea and Rachele have to say about this film’s depiction of Black women and their families, then and now.
Special Request – Chele and Tea are chatting about the hit comedy, Dear White People. Rather than choose between the film and Netflix TV series, we decided to tackle both.
Sam, Lionel, Coco, Troy, Reggie and Gabe made the transition from big screen to the small screen. How was it? Do you need to watch the movie to watch the series? Did Lionel finally get the nerve to get a haircut? These are a few questions we answer in this installment of Fandom City Town Hall Meeting.