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Craig D. Lindsey

Craig D. Lindsey is a Houston-based writer and critic. He was the film critic for the Raleigh News & Observer and has written about film for the Village Voice, the A.V. Club, the Guardian, the Nashville Scene, Crooked Marquee,, and Paste magazine.

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Hip-Hop’s Big-Screen Breakthrough

As the influence of the New York–born cultural movement began to spread across the country, cinema gave audiences a deeper sense of the sounds and styles that had emerged from it.

By Craig D. Lindsey

Menace II Society: The Truth Hurts

With the candor and rage of many hip-hop albums of the nineties, the Hughes brothers’ controversial debut feature depicts Watts as a pitiless urban war zone with no exit.

By Craig D. Lindsey