A horror-thriller starring rapper turned actor Snoop Dogg in his first lead role. In this hip and stylish film, notorious street hustler Jimmy Bones Snoop Dogg is inadvertently brought back from the dead and seeks revenge on those who killed him over twenty years ago. InJimmy Bones, a legendary protector and patron of his thriving urban neighborhood is betrayed and murdered by those closest to him.
I mean it's hard. I'm a real playa Real hustler. It can go down all night.
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Among the most malleable of genres, the horror film has long served as a conduit for both incisive social commentary and opportunistic gore. In his documentary The American Nightmarewriter-director Adam Simon explored both uses of the form, arguing that in the '60s and '70s, a new generation of filmmakers used the horror film to comment on the anger and anxiety accompanying the massive social change around them. To its credit, Bones, which Simon co-wrote with Tim Metcalfe, is likewise grounded in a recognizable socio-economic reality: the disintegration of urban communities caused by the arrival of crack in the late '70s and early '80s.