Blak Hitla is the story of radical rage grounded in the reality of righteous revenge, at least in the minds of one posse with design. What starts out as a small utterance of injustice for unpunished police misconduct in Apopka City for the brutal police shooting of sixteen-year-old Jeremy Peterson quickly evolves into a public protest. When local officials treat the citizens’ cries as dismissible complaints obstructing in their attempts for justice, the Apopka people, headed by Professor Dallas, carry out what they see as a courageous mass destruction. Blak Hitla isn’t afraid to show its fangs. The insurgency is a puzzling outbreak, and when the pieces are picked up and finally put together, the results are a whiplash that is surprising as it’s suspenseful. Whether justice will be fully served, however, remains to be seen.