New York Times

Witness the brutal realities of America’s toughest ghetto neighborhoods in this documentary. Hood 2 Hood: The Blockumentary travels from Compton, CA, to Brooklyn, NY, and visits dozens of cities in between; featuring interviews with street thugs ranging from drug dealers to hired killers, this video captures the violence and squalor of America’s urban underground with unblinking honesty.

~ Mark Deming – New York Times


East Bay Express

Hood 2 Hood is a recon mission into the worst ghettos in America. It gives the viewer a bulletproof window into the poverty, violence, bravado, economics, and pride that define life there. It’s a bit like COPS without the cops, or Menace II Society without the script or actors. Call it Lifestyles of the ‘Hood Rich and Infamous.

Darren Keast– East Bay Express


Las Vegas Sun

“Hood 2 Hood,”  provides viewers with “a journey into the crimiest hoods in America,” . It purports to show gang activity in cities across the nation. Many of the reputed gang members in the DVD flash wads of cash and show off bullet wounds. One unidentified man in New Orleans displays an AK-47-style assault rifle and says, “This is my favorite toy.”

David Kihara – Las Vagas Sun