With Pan, a new adaptation of Peter Pan by J. M. Barrie, being released in theaters soon, we at Adaptation Podcast have been talking about ALL THINGS PAN. Unlike most … Continue reading
We’re back to talk about Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials (2015). With all the major plot differences from the book, the hosts are a little concerned for the next film, … Continue reading
Kendyl reads a bit of Forever by Judy Blume, the 2nd most challenged book in 2005. Enter to win some BBW pins and Adaptation merch here! iTunes – Twitter – Facebook – Tumblr – YouTube BBW.org Virtual Read-Out … Continue reading
The Adaptation staff were a little obsessive about things last month. We strongly recommend you check them out.
Everyone gathers again for more Peter Pan discussion, this time on the novel by JM Barrie and all the ways it’s been adapted on stage and screen. The hosts talk … Continue reading
In which Dorin details some silly or strange reasons why some books have been banned over the years.
Our hosts commentate their way through Peter Pan (2003), finding all the ways that it could be a very dark story and wondering at the parallels between the lost boys … Continue reading
In which Kendyl tells you why we should stop with the the book banning, and how you can celebrate Banned Books Week. iTunes – Twitter – Facebook – Tumblr – YouTube BBW.org Virtual Read-Out ALA’s 2015 Library Report … Continue reading
Jem fans Dorin and Kendyl and newbie Jenn watch the first 5 episodes of this 1985 television show along with you while commenting on the technical aspects of Synergy and … Continue reading
In which Kendyl shares the 7 books that the people of GeekyCon 2015 want to be turned into films. iTunes – Twitter – Facebook – Tumblr – YouTube
Kendyl and Jenn discuss the second book in the Maze Runner series, The Scorch Trials. There’s good. There’s bad. There’s nervousness about the upcoming film. And there’s more advice about … Continue reading
In which Jenn dream casts The Ranger’s Apprentice series by John Flanagan. iTunes – Twitter – Facebook – Tumblr – YouTube
Our hosts think that the Paper Towns film was a fun adaptation of the John Green novel, much lighter than the book and with a few unresolved plotlines. They’ve also … Continue reading
In August, the Adaptation staff have been keeping busy with these great shows and books!
This time around the hosts discuss the film Dark Places based on the novel by Gillian Flynn. They admire how accurate the plot was, but wonder why the characters seem … Continue reading
The Adaptation hosts were not too happy with Fantastic Four (2015). This probably doesn’t surprise you. Bad balance and pacing, no character development, and awkward moments consisting of “Hey! I … Continue reading