1 hr. 42 min.
 
 

31 Days Of Horror: Netflix Original “1922”

Alright, boys and girls, I have watched another horror movie for you to check out and it’s yet another Stephen King adaptation (we seem to be having a lot of those lately). The film is “1922”; a horror film se...
 
7.8

Netflix Recommendation: “Message From the King”

Director Fabrice du Welz has been on my list of intriguing filmmakers, since back in 2005 when I saw his disturbing, backwoods thriller “Calvaire”. I always respect any director who doesn’t pull any punches, w...
 
6.8

“Oklahoma City” Is A Harrowing and Poignant Documentary

April 1995. Oklahoma City. Timothy McVeigh detonated a bomb in the back of a Ryder Truck parked inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building, killing 168 people; nine of which were children. He cited the events at Ruby Ridge an...
 
8.0

Review: “31” Boasts One Awesome Character Surrounded By A Lot Of Terrible Ones

If you are reading this review, it must mean that the clock has struck midnight and the 31 days of horror has started on The Film Philosopher. 31 days of nothing but reviews on horror movies that we think you should either watc...
 
5.3

Review: “Hell Or High Water” Is Easily Looked Over, but Shouldn’t Be

Much of the movie-going audience, if not all, decide whether or not they will see a movie based on the trailer. There are definitely movies that can’t, or don’t, show a whole lot when they release said trailer yet o...
 
8.0

Review: “The Diary Of A Teenage Girl” Perfectly Depicts A Young Woman Entering Adulthood

Minnie is a young aspiring artist in 1970’s San Francisco who lives with her sister and her mother. At fifteen, she’s had sex for the first time (with her mother’s boyfriend) and her whole world has drasticall...
 
7.5