A primer on how Black pulp fiction (i.e. the Blaxploitation paperback) was born out of 1950s Black crime literature and ultimately evolved into urban street literature and “hip-hop fiction”.
A trick baby’s ascent to being one of the top pimps in the game.
A pimp’s rise and fall complete with psychopathic tricks, double crossing drug deals and the fury of a hooker scorned.
A militant black organization is killing white cops and ridding the city of drug dealers. Two detectives try to solve the case.
A backwoods Black teen patiently and methodically plots revenge on the hillbillies who savagely raped his sister.
An expose into the seedy underworld of the drug culture from the perspective of users and pushers alike.