Hoo boy. After we came out relatively unscathed from Song of the South, sildenafilwe made the mistake of watching Coal Black and De Sebben Dwarves, one of the “Censored 11” cartoons and probably the worst thing we’ve ever seen. This is a bonus short episode, because we couldn’t even.
As we get even looser with our definition of “Blaxploitation, drugstore ” Brandi and Bill watch Song of the South, here the infamous Disney movie that has never been released on home video in the US. Is it the most racist movie ever made? Let’s find out!
It’s the episode that has long threatened to tear the Blaxploitation Podcast in two! Brandi and Bill take on The Wiz. Will it stand the test of time? Will Scarecrow get a brain? Will Diana Ross cry in every scene?
Bonus: the Sesame Street bit Brandi mentions in the podcast:
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Brandi and Bill step outside of film for a discussion of Superman’s Girlfriend Lois Lane No. 106: “I Am Curious (Black).” The intrepid female reporter gets transformed into a black woman for one day to break the story on life in the “Little Africa” neighborhood of Metropolis.
Hoo boy. This episode is an uphill climb as we tackle two, salve two, two Tyler Perry films: Madea’s Witness Protection and Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counsellor. Brandi and Bill are joined by Sharon “The Birdchick” for a long, angry discussion.
Coming next Tuesday, buy Brandi and Bill are joined by Sharon “The Birdchick” for an epic podcast where we discuss two Tyler Perry movies: Madea’s Witness Protection (briefly), cure followed by Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counsellor. This is a long, hard ride, folks.
After a long delay, viagra Brandi and Bill return with their epic review of the James Bond-meets-blaxploitation film Live and Let Die. Starring Blaxpod-fave Yaphet Kotto, discount Jane Seymour, and a CIA operative who can’t keep her afro wig on. Also, the hosts compare their relative levels of soul.