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The Filmlosophers

The gentleman's post-credits discourse. Enthusiastic and tactful, hosts Eddie Villanueva, Spencer Williams and Chad Riley offer candid observations about current events in the movie industry, film reviews and various other movie buff sundries. When the lights come up, the conversations goes down.
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Mar 23, 2016

Justice is dawning. The Filmlosophers, Eddie Villanueva and Chad Riley, welcome Videogame BANG! host Cory Vincent and YouTube's Sean Long for a detailed analysis of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. This episode includes both non-spoiler and spoiler reviews, so listen carefully if you don't want to know too much too soon. The crew also discusses the possibility of Daisy Ridley as Lara Croft in a new Tomb Raider franchise, Zootopia's race to $600 million at the global box office, and Harrison Ford's advice to actors hoping to become the next Han Solo.

Mar 16, 2016

The Filmlosophers wax nostalgic about a beloved multimedia franchise that's been going strong for nearly 70 years with an in-depth review of The Peanuts Movie (2015). Stick around near the end of the review for a "Conspiracy Theory" installment that seeks to answer the question: Who is the little red-haired girl?

Eddie and Chad also discuss their initial reactions to the final Captain America: Civil War trailer (featuring Spiderman), changes to the Star Trek: Beyond cast in post-production and Paramount backing out of U.S. distribution for The Little Prince.

Mar 9, 2016

The Filmlosophers share feedback on the first trailer for the new, all-female Ghostbusters film, provide opinions about the casting of J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon in the Justice League film and give a gut reaction to the newly unveiled Captain America: Civil War character posters before diving deep into a review of Terminator: Salvation. They wrap the episode with an "Altered Reality" segment that wrestles with the implications of changing the end of Salvation so that John Connor dies instead of Marcus Wright.

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