Dianca Potts's posts


A New Black Magic: How 'The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina’s Black Protagonists Get Free

The first season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, the Netflix reimagining of the Archie Comics’ teen witch, garnished praise and criticism alike. While heralded as a progressive and unabashedly feminist narrative, the series left many Black viewers frustrated. Although Ambrose—Sabrina Spellman’s cousin—is a powerful pansexual warlock and necromancer, his freedom is muzzled by the...


12 Horror Noire Novels To Adapt For The Big Screen

From films like Jordan Peele's Get Out and this year’s highly anticipated Us, TV shows like Fox's The Passage and Peele's The Twilight Zone, and Shudder’s documentary Horror Noire, one thing is certain: horror narratives that center Black protagonists aren’t just vital, they’re revolutionary. As Robin R. Means Coleman suggests in the preface to her groundbreaking book on Black horror,...