As much as we like books, sometimes we like to check out the movie world as well. And perhaps you thought that this had fallen to the wayside, this movie review thing. Well, not anymore, as how could Kate pass up the chance to talk about one of her favorite horror novels and the movie that took it on. Today Kate reviews “It” with a special guest host, her friend Laura. We talk about our history with the book and Stephen King in general, the propensity for strange tween girls to binge on his stories, and the differences between the movie, the miniseries, and the book that they both took their inspiration from (all while I positioned the camera awkwardly. My bad!). Stay tuned until the end to see our book recommendations if you liked the movie (titles also listed below).
“NOS4A2” by Joe Hill
“Hex” by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
“Something Wicked This Way Comes” by Ray Bradbury
“Summer of Night” by Dan Simmons
As much as we like books, sometimes we like to check out the movie world as well. Today we reviewed “The Jungle Book.” We discuss the history of the stories, the changes this movie made, why we need more Kaa in our lives, and what Serena thinks of CGI talking animals. We also name drop almost every voice actor in the movie but failed to remember the actor’s name for the boy who plays Mowgli. For the record, it’s Neel Sethi, and he was amazing. Stay tuned at the end for our book recommendations if you liked this movie. (Titles also posted below).
“Tarzan of the Apes” and “The Return of Tarzan” by Edgar Rice Burroughs
“Jane” by Robin Maxwell
“Julie of the Wolves” by Jean Craighead George
“Life of Pi” by Yann Martel
As much as we like books, sometimes we like to check out the movie world as well. Today we reviewed “Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Watch the video to find out all about Superman’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day and why Batman’s theme song should be “We Don’t Need Another Hero.” Stay tuned at the end for our book recommendations if you liked this movie. (Titles also posted below).
“The Dark Knight Returns” by Frank Miller
“The Secret History of Wonder Woman” by Jill Lepore
“Lois Lane: Fallout” by Gwenda Bond
“Steelheart” by Brandon Sanderson