Philip Rogers


An official Roobla opinionator since April 12, 2017

Film Review

Review: The Bleeder (2016)

A drama about the boxer Chuck Wepner, who’s fight against Muhammad Ali was the inspiration for Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky.

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Film Feature

Interview: Elizabeth Healey

We had a chance to speak to the actress, writer and director about her career so far and the film Across the River.

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Film Review

Review: Kung Fu Yoga (2017)

Jackie Chan once again providing plenty of laughs and action in his latest adventure, proving he isn’t finished yet.

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Film Review

Review: Unhinged (2017)

A remake of an 80s video nasty, transferring the action from America to the quiet countryside of Essex in a modern take on the classic slasher.

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Film Review

Review: Breakfast (2016)

Breakfast may be a short, but it’s not short of ideas. The second course in the Dinner-verse series exceeds expectations.

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Philip Rogers's Comment Stream
  1. Great review. Looking forward to seeing this on the big screen Review: It (2017)
  2. Good interview. Nice to hear from the producers perspective. Interview: Alexander Cooper
  3. I always find most British slasher films lacking in nudity and this is no different. Unhinged but not undressed Review: Unhinged (2017)
  4. Sound like good fun. Will definitely look to check this out. Review: Fox Trap (2016)
  5. It has mixed reviews, but you have to go in with an open mind and except it as pure escapism. I am glad you liked it. ???? Review: Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge (2017)
  6. How can you do this list and not include the Nike Vandals worn by Kyle Reese's (Michael Biehn) in Terminator. ☹️ Disappointed ???? Video: 6 of the Best Film Footwear
  7. Wow that brings back some memories ???? Indiegogo campaign to bring back Fun House
  8. They had the budget and the talent to do something amazing to relaunch the Universal Monsters. Sounds like they forgot what made the original films so amazing when creating the new Dark Universe. Review: The Mummy (2017)
  9. There are some people who would say a reboot should not be done as there can only by one. Highlander: A Reboot I Support
  10. In the recent Netflix TV series 13 Reasons Why, I wasn't expecting the suicide scene to be so graphically shown. The scene was shot very cold and without music which made it all the more powerful. Unexpected TV Moments