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Philosophy Horror Films

Halloween is almost upon us, and to mark the occasion, Nolen Gertz, assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Twente, Ethicist For Hire, and philosophy comic strip artist,  took to Twitter recently to list some philosophy horror films (#philosophyhorrorfilms):

The Schopenhauering
Texas Chainsaw Marxist
An Arendtian Werewolf in London
Evil Derrida 2: Deconstructed by Dawn

— Nolen Gertz (@ethicistforhire) October 24, 2017

A few others, including yours truly, joined in:

“Being and Time to Die”
“The Grinding (of the Metaphysics of Morals)”
“On the Plurality of Deaths”

— Daily Nous (@DailyNousEditor) October 24, 2017

Hegel: Portrait of a Serial Killer
The Dasein from the Black Lagoon
Das (wicker) Man
Beyond Good and Evil 2 : Electric Boo-galoo

— Philosophy Matters (@PhilosophyMttrs) October 25, 2017

Wittgenstein’s Monster
The Twilight of The Idols Zone
Externalists Know What You Did Last Summer

— Hans Kemtrup (@HKemTweets) October 25, 2017

And there are some entries under the same hashtag from previous years:

Adams Family Values #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— David Papineau (@davidpapineau) November 1, 2014

Beyond Good And Resident Evil #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Keith K. (@KeithKtheWriter) November 1, 2014

It Necessarily Follows #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Gordon Bill (@GordonOvBill) October 23, 2015

Error on Elm Street #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Fredrik Stjernberg (@frestj) November 1, 2014

The Man Who Knew He Didn’t Know Too Much #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Elizabeth Picciuto (@epicciuto) November 1, 2014

28 Weeks Later After Submitting to a Journal… #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Elizabeth Picciuto (@epicciuto) November 1, 2014

Cogito Ergo Sum of All Fears #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Tim Squirrell (@timsquirrell) November 1, 2014

The Sixth Sense Datum #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Tim Squirrell (@timsquirrell) November 1, 2014

Dial M for Iris Murdoch #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Michael Cholbi (@MichaelCholbi) November 1, 2014

Human All Too Human Centipede #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Adam Worrall (@remedy) November 1, 2014

Little Schopenhauer of Horrors #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Josh Lury (@NJLury) October 31, 2014

What It Feels Like To Be A Bat #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Philosophy Bro (@PhiloBro) October 31, 2014

and, of course:

The Job Market #PhilosophyHorrorFilms

— Elizabeth Picciuto (@epicciuto) October 31, 2014

Your entries in the pantheon of philosophy horror films are welcome.

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