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Our Post Turkey Day Reprise! The Grindhouse@Afronerdradio, Sat@6pm EST

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Happy Post Turkey day, folks!  Let's just jump into the frey people!  Join Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B. for this Saturday's latest episode of The Grindhouse, courtesy of the Afronerd Radio machine works.  The topics du jour are:  our thoughts regarding the recent release of Captian America: Civil War trailer; is it time to rethink Black Friday shopping shenanigans after witnessing adults rip appliances out of the hands of children? maybe #BlackOutBlackFriday IS in order; is the WB/DC finally getting the message or just listening to our shows-is Constantine coming to CW's Legends of Tomorrow?

And is a Flash/Supergirl crossover inevitable?; is actor, Tom Cruise set to star in Universal's reboot of the Mummy franchise?; Dburt waxes about hip hop artist, Killer Mike's endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders being politically seductive for young POC but the adage of "be careful what you ask for" comes to mind; the crew's impressions on UK's The Frankenstein Chronicles and Jekyll and Hyde TV efforts; and the Fox host's question to a Black cohost-"do you make Kool-Aid?" goes vine and viral?; comic writer/filmmaker, Frank Miller returns with DK3: the Master Race; the studio and director behind the Gods of Egypt apologize for the lack of diversity in their film; a recent CBR piece by Joseph Illidge of The Mission remids us that the relationship between Jessica Jones and Luke Cage played out a bit differently on Netflix vs print. And lastly, actresses, Jurnee Smollett-Bell (True Blood) and Jessica de Gouw (Arrow) star in an upcoming slavery thriller for WGN America entitled, Underground.  Whew.  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620