The Filmlosophers ghoulishly prepare for next week’s film Dr. Sleep by watching it’s prequel, Stanley Kubrick’s 1980’s Horror classic, The Shining. The film that has been widely regarded as Stephen King’s most hated adaptation takes over the show today, bringing a unique take from both of our Brooding Buddies. Does the film have enough of a hold in the Horror world to still stand the test of time? Has the film that has been so enigmatically torn apart and scrutinized finally become a husk of its former self? Grab your axe and typewriter, and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers take a break from their coffee's to come to the stark reality that Spencer may ACTUALLY like Horror films now! Spencer's journey has been a whirlwind of a ride, and the train ain't stopping yet the Horrific Homies discuss their latest ghoulish offering, 2010's Insidious. Has the Halloween Grinch finally found his holiday cheer? Has the wonderful sounds of screams and scares give Spencer enough pull to bring him to the dark side? Grab some popcorn, put down your crucifix's and holy water, and tune in to a new and exciting episode of Extra Credit!
The Filmlosophers crawl creepily as they discuss the unique arachnophobic nightmare of Micah Gallo’s Itsy Bitsy. The Webbing Wonders gather their wits and face their fears as they discuss the independent film that just dropped. The film creates a strong sense of familiarity in horror films past, but the connection is strong enough to call it something unique? Does the artistry and creativity of the storytelling and practical effects give fans something new they’ve been craving, or do the loose ends and CG fail to bring that level of expertise we should be expecting? Bring your bug catchers and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers barely hold their coffees as they discuss the Horror films Spencer has seen, and the lies he's been hiding! Jumping headfirst into Spencer's viewing challenge for the month of October, the Horrific Hounds discuss some holiday classics like 2003's Identity and 2007's Trick r' Treat. Amidst the conversation, Spencer makes some stunning revelations that may test the very fabric of the teams friendship. So grab some popcorn, put down your masks and makeup, and tune in to a new and exciting episode of Extra Credit!
The Filmlosophers celebrate the Halloween season (and a birthday) with a nostalgic review of The Nightmare Before Christmas. The Boo Brothers take a stroll down memory lane and rewatch the film that took our breath away...or at least, Eddie’s. Will the revelation that Spencer has never seen it blow your mind? Will Spencer’s Grinchy heart melt to the sounds of the musical wonder that is The Nightmare Before Christmas? Don your best skeleton costume and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers dance gracefully as they discuss the polarizing cinematic experience of Todd Phillip’s Joker. The Cantankerous Capers pull out all the shots and draw up their opinions about a film that has sparked conversation everywhere. In our day and age, how will this film hold up against the critics and fans alike? Are we prepared to take a film such as this as the artistic piece it sets out to be, or does it only bring to light the irresponsibility of Hollywood and filmmakers? Bring your grease paint and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
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The Filmlosophers swap roles as Spencer jumps in the driver’s seat to discuss the franchise that redefined time travel films, the Back to the Future Trilogy. The DeLorean Dynamos, joined by friend and longtime listener to the show, Marcus, buckle up and reminisce on the cultural, cinematic and even scientific impact of the films that took the world by storm over three decades ago. We take a deep dive and ask the hard questions: how do the films measure up today? Does the franchise and all its theories about time travel still hold water? Or -much like Professor Hulk pointed out in Avengers: Endgame- has the explanation of it been wrong all along? Tune in to find out what we think in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!