The Filmlosophers are joined by Intern Amy (from the Capeless Crusaders) to honor the season by discussing the nature of the most talked-about horror subgenre: Social Thrillers. The Trifling Trio reflects on how far social commentary in films has come. Does the subgenre continue to educate moviegoers, creating a new generation of cinephiles? Or has the notion of “Woke Cinema” become a shell of its former self, losing its punch in the gut? Grab your notepads and your popcorn, and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers continue their descent into madness and music with their next horror double feature review offering of Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975) and Little Shop of Horrors (1986). The Grisly Ghouls sing along as they discuss two iconic horror musicals. Does the niche fandom of the films become overshadowed by its plot holes? Or has the music taken hold of the guys and added two new followers? Grab your high heels and your popcorn, and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!
The Filmlosophers dive into the holiday spirit headfirst with a horror double feature review on two underrated films, Sleepaway Camp (1983) and Dead Alive (1992). The Corporeal Compadres revisit the wonderful season of spookity by watching two horror films that flew well beneath the radar. Does the lack of infamy among these films imply hidden horror gems yet to be celebrated? Or is there a legitimate reason why these movies stayed buried all these years? Grab your lawnmowers and your popcorn, and tune in to find out in this week’s episode of The Filmlosophers!