Lesson 11: Ferris Bueller’s Fourth Wall

May 18, 2016 | Movies, Podcasts, The Filmlosophers

Cult classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, making now the perfect time for The Filmlosophers, Eddie Villanueva and Chad Riley, to discuss its fourth wall breaking tendencies. The analysis covers multiple aspects of the film’s successful formula, including the multiple ways in which Ferris addresses the audience directly and its iconic post-credits ending.

News items for this installment include growing revenues for Captain America: Civil War (2016), leaked character names and photos from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) and a new collaboration between Steven Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow tentatively titled Powerhouse.

Lesson 187: Extra Credit – The Halloween Grinch and Horror Movies

The Filmlosophers sip their coffees (and cider) as they explore the wonder of Halloween! Well into the Autumn season, the Fall Fellas chat about their personal views of Halloween, and how Spencer has become the Halloween Grinch. From dress-up to holiday goodies,...

Lesson 186: Joker – It’s Kind of a Funny Story…(Spoiler)

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...

Lesson 185: Extra Credit – Spencer’s Issue with It Chapter Two

The Filmlosophers voice their concerns as Spencer divulges what really rubbed him the wrong way with It Chapter Two! Back at the Honeycomb Hideout, a.k.a. the incredible Oblivion Comics & Coffee, the Perilous Pair pull up a chair, grab their coffees and reveal...