In , director Rusty Cundieff and executive producer Spike Lee released their first installment in the series, and showcased how the genre could be used to spark conversations on racism in America. In recent years, anthology television shows and movies have gained immense popularity in the horror genre. It not only includes important conversations on racism, domestic violence, and child abuse but also directly integrates these real life horrors into supernatural and otherworldly elements. Tales From The Hood 3 is not a bad addition to the movie series, but some of its stories are underwhelming and lukewarm in comparison to the first two movies. While this is enough to capture the attention of horror fans who are familiar with the actor, it does not make up for the minute amount of terror that these stories evoke. No longer a funeral director, Mr. Simms is portrayed by Keith David, who narrates the tales of horror with an overarching theme pertaining to the Black Lives Matter movement. Just like the original movie, it expertly weaves together the fact that Black people in America cannot escape the horrors of racism and generational trauma.
3. Tales From The Hood 3
Tales From the Hood has proven to be far more consistent than other horror anthology series. In Tales From the Hood 3 , premiering Oct. She tells him stories while they wait for the coast to clear. In the first new tale, an arsonist burns down an apartment killing the Black family inside. It gets pretty relentless with these righteous spirits coming after him in every empty hall or room. The second segment of Tales From the Hood 3 is the most optimistic.
Movies / TV
Check out our editors' picks for the movies and TV shows we're excited about this month, including the premieres of " Marvel ," Proxima , and more. See the full list. Title: Tales from the Hood