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    Review Roundup: Spike Lee's 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus' Makes Friends, Enemies Amongst Critics

    A 'horror romantic comedy film' is not the kind of phrase that screams marketable (or even feasible as a coherent story, really), but that's exactly what Spike Lee set out to create in his new film "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus."

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    Review: Spike Lee's Kickstarter Exploitation B-Movie 'Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus'

    The hashtag meme #teamInsertPerson’sNameHere—to convey firm endorsement—is perhaps like everything on Twitter, utterly reductive and destructive to any kind of nuanced discourse. It’s a black and white, you’re either for or against, with no other options and it's often used in the favor of auteurs o...

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    Review: Spike Lee's Kickstarter-Funded 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus' Remakes 'Ganja & Hess' as, Well, a Spike Lee Joint

    Made on a shoestring with Kickstarter funding, “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus” proves it’s worth sticking with Spike Lee even when the final result isn’t as good as the energy fueling it.

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    Spike Lee Cuts Deep With 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus'

    Spike Lee goes all-in with his Kickstarter-financed horror movie about "blood addiction."

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    Exclusive: New Photos Of Spike Lee's 'Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus' Which Makes Its World Premiere Tomorrow

    Filmmaker Spike Lee continues to keep audiences on their toes. He’s seemingly always got one documentary in the works (the next is “Go Brazil Go”), he hasn’t strayed far from his indie roots (“Red Hook Summer”) and he won’t shy away from a big budget remake either (“Oldboy”). The 25th anniversary of...

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    Watch Spike Lee's World Cup Short Film 'Pixote's Game' Featuring Music by Kelly Rowland

    Idris Elba and Diego Luna also directed shorts for the campaign

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    Watch: New World Cup-Themed Soccer Short Directed By Spike Lee

    In the words of future film director Joe Cornish and his collaborator Adam Buxton: "Ball ball ball, footie footie footie, ball ball ball, football." Today brings the kick-off of the 2014 World Cup in (*googles it*) Brazil, with the first match kicking off at 4 p.m. EST between (*googles it again*) ...

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    First Image Arrives From Spike Lee's Kickstarter-Funded 'Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus'

    Spike Lee has had better points in his career than this one. It's a full eight years since his last legitimate hit, "Inside Man," and recent attempts at a comeback have ended up disappointing somewhat: John Boyega-starring HBO show "Da Brick" didn't get picked up beyond a pilot, indie "Red Hook Summ...

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    The Secret Lives of Black Girls: Expanding The Coming Of Age Film

    The coming of age genre in filmmaking is one of the most celebrated, and can be one of the most isolating in terms of representation.

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    Spike Lee Directing Doc 'Go Brazil Go' & Larry Charles Is 'The Man Who Sued God'

    With Spike Lee's Kickstarter-funded "Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus" set to premiere at the American Black Film Festival next month, the always busy filmmaker isn't stopping for a moment. He's got a handful of projects on the horizon, including comedy specials for both Katt Williams and Jerrod Carmichael, ...

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