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Kam Williams is a popular and top NewsBlaze reviewer, our chief critic. Kam gives his unvarnished opinion on movies, DVDs and books, plus many in-depth and revealing celebrity interviews.

Sadly, Lloyd Kam Williams passed away in 2019, leaving behind a huge body of work focused on America’s black entertainment community. We were as sad to hear of his passing as we were overjoyed to have him as part of our team.

Kam’s Kapsules For Movies Opening April 8, 2016

Kam's Kapsules are Kam Williams' Weekly Previews that make choosing a film fun. Big Budget Films Films out of the big studios this week are Before...

Top Ten DVD List For April 5, 2016

This Week’s DVD Releases - April 5th, 2016. An interesting batch of DVDs for release this week. 10 big ones and four honorable mentions. Star Wars:...

Pandemic Film Review

Doctor Leads Rescue Team in Post-Apocalyptic Zombie Flick Laura, played by Rachel Nichols, Was fortunate enough to avoid being infected by a deadly virus that...

Bridgette Alexander: The “Southern Gothic” Interview

Alexander's Candor! Born in Chicago, Illinois on September 21, 1965, Bridgette R Alexander is a writer and storyteller. Her books are: Celine Caldwell Mysteries; Marked...

Kam’s Kapsules For Movies Opening April Fools Day, 2016

Weekly Previews That Make Choosing a Film Fun Big Budget Films There are three big budget films due for release this week, Collide, Meet The Blacks,...

Top Ten DVD List for March 29, 2016: Kam Williams

This Week's DVD Releases This week sees an interesting mix of DVDs. The top watch is Concussion, with Will Smith, who plays a doctor. Next...

Top Ten DVD List for March 22, 2016: Kam Willams

This Week’s DVD Releases The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 Mockingjay Part 2, The Hunger Games is grim, but it is an exciting, poignant, and...

Burning Bodhi Film Review: The Big Chill For Millennials

Burning Bodhi is a trendy variation on "The Big Chill" for the Millennial Generation, starring Kaley Cuoco. In high school several years back, Bodhi...

Risky Medicine: Book Review by Kam Williams

It used to be that doctors were serious when they took the Hippocratic Oath, and they promised to "First, do no harm." For some...

Miracles from Heaven Film Review

12 Year-Old Recovers From Incurable Illness in Faith-Based Drama Recounting Real-Life Miracle A 12 year-old girl, Annabel Beam, played by Kylie Rogers, was raised by...

The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (PBS-TV REVIEW)

The Black Panthers were an organization with many flaws including misogyny and machismo, but this fascinating documentary tells us things we did not know.

Pan Film Review

Created by Sir James Matthew Barrie, Peter Pan was first produced as a play in 1904 and adapted into an illustrated novel seven years thereafter. The enchanting fairy tale made its screen debut as a silent movie in 1924, with assorted remakes, seque

Dr. Ben Carson ‘A More Perfect Union’ Interview

Dr. Carson retired after a groundbreaking 35-year career as director of neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins hospital. He received a Presidential Medal of Freedom.

Welcome to Leith Film Review

This race hate documentary chronicles neo-Nazi relocation to Leith, a small town in North Dakota, and what the locals did to get rid of the supremacists.

Black Mass Film Review

A power-hungry ruthless assassin mobster wants to muscle-in on illegal Mafia rackets in the Italian North End. An intimidating, monster with no conscience.

Hot Pursuit Film Review

Directed by Anne Fletcher, Hot Pursuit is a mindless diversion chock-full of the staples of the unlikely-buddies genre, like car chases, and accidental drug use.

Three Big Budget Films Save The Day

Three big budget films. Paper Towns, Pixels and Southpaw. Teens saving a neighbor, retro-gamers saving the planet and a southpaw boxer saving himself.

Tango Negro Film Review

A post-slavery purge of blacks resulted in a whitening of the Argentine population, as immigrants from Italy, France, Lebanon and Syria were welcomed.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Film Review

The Man from U.N.C.L.E., directed by Guy Ritchie is relatively tame, compared to his usual work, such as Snatch (2000) and Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)

Brandi Maxiell The Basketball Wives LA Interview

Brandi had her dream wedding when she and Jason married. They wanted to start a family right away. but Brandi soon discovered that she had fertility issues.