In this week’s Adaptation, the team discusses Jurassic World (2015), and they have a lot of feelings…mostly about the park, the dinosaurs and who the real monsters are. While it … Continue reading
Here’s what the Adaptation staff have been up to in the month of June!
In which Jenn presents fan responses for adaptations that were better than the book!
Kendyl and Ryan sit down to watch The Terminator (1984) and discuss the weirdness of time travel and the rudeness of the person that decided to mow the lawn outside … Continue reading
In which Dorin lists the actors who almost ruined perfectly good adaptations. iTunes – Twitter – Facebook – Tumblr – YouTube
On June 7, 2015 the great actor and icon Christopher Lee passed away due to heart failure. He was 93 years old. Most people know him for his portrayal of Saruman … Continue reading
In which Jess goes a little overboard in dream-casting not only Marissa Meyer’s Cinder, but her entire Lunar Chronicles series!
by Sarah J. I fell in love with Jurassic Park the way most people of my generation did: sheer, abject horror intermingled with an intense curiosity and juvenile fascination with … Continue reading
Once again fitting two seasons into an episode, Jess and Jenn discuss season 1 of The Flash and season 4 of Arrow. Time travel, secret identities and character relationships all … Continue reading
In which Kendyl lists the actors that did their best to shine, despite being in awful adaptations.
After loving Thomas Hardy’s novel as much as we did, it’s somewhat surprising that we ended up being really happy with Far from the Madding Crowd (2015). There were a … Continue reading
In which Jess speeds through our list of superhero adaptations that our hosts found lacking in…everything. iTunes – Twitter – Facebook – Tumblr – YouTube
The Adaptation staff have some top-notch recommendations for you in the month of May!
Full up with hosts and content this week, the Adaptation team takes on the monumental task of covering season 1 of Agent Carter and season 2 of Agents of SHIELD … Continue reading