The Handmaid’s Tale is back and as beautifully shot and disturbing to watch as ever. With June stepping into the Eye’s van to conclude last season and officially take the production off book, many of us assumed this was her ride to freedom. Wrong! June Spoilers. Under His eye, spoilers! Honestly, it was silly of […]Read More The Handmaid’s Tale – June and Unwomen
Angels, we are a quarter of the way through season 3 of Shadowhunters. From On Infernal Ground to Stronger Than Heaven, we’ve watched Simon get the Mark of Cain, Jace join the dark masquerade, Raphael lose everyone he’s loved, and Clary move heaven to help her boyfriend. But is it living up to City of Fallen Angels? Let’s break it down. […]Read More Shadowhunters – From Ground to Heaven. A Quarter Review
Hello, dear novel2screeners, and welcome to article five on Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn, which will be the source material for season four of “Outlander” on STARZ this fall. Um, spoilers and stuff are coming, y’all. So now you know. Last week, as you probably know, we took a little break from discussing some of the […]Read More Drums of Autumn: Jamie and the “R” Word
Hey, novel2screeners. Welcome to article four on Drums of Autumn, the fourth book in Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander series, which will become the basis for this fall’s STARZ show. At novel2screen, as long-time readers know, we dive into popular books and talk about the process of adaptation from page to screen. Yes, this sometimes means analyzing […]Read More Drums of Autumn: Top Four Moments!
Welcome back, novel2screeners, as we dissect more of Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn, the fourth book in her Outlander series and the source material for season four of the STARZ series this fall! Okay, so those of you who read The Stephen Bonnet Conundrum last week know that, in my humble opinion (which you always entitled to […]Read More Drums of Autumn: The Convoluted MacGuffin!
Hey, folks, Welcome back to novel2screen’s series on Diana Gabaldon’s Drums of Autumn, which will become this fall’s season of Outlander on STARZ. SPOILERS BELOW! So last week, I ruffled a few feathers by declaring that I felt Drums spent too many pages on its set-up, and the actual plot (which begins halfway through the 900 page […]Read More Drums of Autumn: The Stephen Bonnet Conundrum
Ready Player One is one of the most anticipated adaptations of 2018. It’s Spielberg’s popcorn twin to The Post. His fun, directorial flick of the year based on the New York Times bestseller by Ernest Cline. Of course everyone’s talking about it. My issues aren’t with the film. It’s Spielberg. It’ll be a fun ride. My […]Read More The Adaptation Watch – Ready Player One