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  • Ragdoll
  • Author: Benjamin Carr
  • Director: Ted Nicolaou
  • Producer: Kirk Edward Hansen
  • Year: 1999
  • Country: US
  • 110 minutes
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Blaxploitation movie with an evil doll. When teenage Kwame's grandmother is attacked by thugs, he uses her conjuring powers to avenge her. But what he unleashes may be even worse.

Qvamp says:

A stereotypical black gay man is one of the main characters. While he regularly swished and lisped, and acted similarly to the 2 stereotypes on 'In Living Color', he also regularly got mad and had a temper. During these times he did not act swishy at all.

Considering this is a complete blaxploitation film, it wasn't as bad as I was expecting.

Rating D-
Queer Vampire Rating C
Amount of Gay Content alluded to


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From Video-a-go-go at http://www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Movie/1754/ 5/26/2001

In a conversation I had with David DeCoteau a couple years ago, he mentioned that one of the easiest ways to get Blockbuster to buy Full Moon films was
to have black people on the cover box. It


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