Black Dynamite

de Scott Sanders



The Man pushes heroin at the local orphanage, floods the ghetto with adulterated malt liquor and kills one of ex-CIA agent Black Dynamite’s brothers. A womanizer and misunderstood hero, he’s the only one capable of stopping him. Scott Sanders, an image DJ like Tarantino, put together this tribute to blaxploitation with faithfulness to its references and vertigo in its insatiable sense of humor. The art direction and wardrobe take us back to the seventies, Michael Jai White becomes a new Shaft and the screenplay advances packed with action, to the beat of hilarious gags. A film that would fit in perfectly in the Grindhouse diptych.


Scott Sanders

After studying audiovisuals at college, he worked in television. He debuted with the feature film for HBO Thick as Thieves (99), starring Alec Baldwin. As a DJ he goes by the name of Suckapunch and is one of the most famous in Los Angeles.

Technical information

Edition: 2009
Section: Midnight X-Treme
Original language: English