The podcast for in-depth discussion on film adaptations and the original material they're based on.
Jess, Jenn, and Kendyl finally cover Death on the Nile (2022)!
Question of the Week: Do you think the film gave you enough clues to figure out who the murder was?
Jenn, Dorin, and Kendyl talk about the graphic novel Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell.
Question of the Week: What are some other defensive uses for Wilkie’s inventions?
The Adaptation team talks about The Tragedy of Macbeth (2021), how some choices change and enhance the material, and what does (and does not) make a sympathetic antihero.
Question of the Week: What was your favorite shot in the film?
Jenn, Dorin, and Kendyl discuss Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), fall back in love with all the Peters, and outline some AU fanfiction.
Question of the Week: If you could change ONE thing about this movie, what would it be?
Jess, Jenn, and Kendyl talk about Shakespeare's Macbeth, indulging in their love of literary prophecy once again.
Question(s) of the Week: What Macbeth adaptation would you recommend? Who had the power of kick starting the prophecy?
Dorin, Jenn, and Kendyl discuss the Marvel film, Eternals (2021).
Question of the Week: Which of the Eternals powers would you want to have?
Jess, Jenn, and Kendyl discuss season 2 of The Baby-sitter's Club.
Question of the Week: For readers, what plot changes from the books did you agree with or disagree with? For non-readers, what storylines did you connect with or which did you have trouble connecting with?
Kendyl and Dorin are very excited to discuss Dune (2021) with Jenn, who hasn't read the book, and see how it holds up.
Question of the Week: Did this interest you enough to get you to the theater for part 2? What aspect are you most interested in seeing more of?
The Adaptation team talks Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021) and try to understand the choices that were made.
Question of the Week: What are your theories for Eddie and Venom’s connection to the MCU?
Jenn, Dorin, and Kendyl talk about the film The Green Knight (2021) and various translations of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, which it's based on.
Question of the Week: What do you think this movie is saying about what it means to be a knight? Do you agree with it?
Kendyl and Dorin discuss the novel Dune by Frank Herbert, though only one of them had a positive experience in the reading of it.
Question of the Week: What is your favorite parallel to real life in this novel?
The Adaptation team talks Cinderella (2021), with wildly different opinions from the mainstream take on it. If you felt like the only one that liked this movie, we're here for you.
Question of the Week: Which song/performance fit the moment the best?
Jenn and Kendyl talk He's All That (2021) and wonder at what point we'll be too far away from high school to be able to "get" these movies.
Question of the Week: Is this movie out of touch or are we?
Watch Ever After (1998) with us!
Question of the Week: What happened to Danielle's manor? What happened to Pierre?
Watch She's All That (1999) with us!
Question of the Week: What is your favorite trope in She's All That and what other movies do it too?
"It's just too little, too late" for the complex Black Widow story that we really wanted, but that doesn't mean we didn't enjoy the 2021 film. We just wish it wasn't the first and last time Natasha got to be our title character.
Question of the Week: What do you think Melina’s motivations were for going against Dreykov?
The Adaptation team talks Cruella (2021)!
Question of the Week: Did you have a different interpretation about how this fits canonically with the 1961 movie? Do you agree with the theories we had?
Watch One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) with us!
Question of the Week: Do you feel satisfied with Cruella's defeat?
A jam-packed episode on the first season of Shadow and Bone!
Question of the Week: What was your favorite storyline this season?
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