Shutter Island Book vs Movie Review

Martin Scorsese teams up with Leonardo DiCaprio to adapt the Dennis Lehane thriller, Shutter Island! This movie is stays very close to the book, bu there is still just so much to talk about with this mindbending story!

Dracula Book vs Movies Review

Bram Stoker’s Dracula has taken on a life of its own. After reading the book I watched 6 different Dracula movies to find out which one is the most faithful, and if being more faithful makes for a better adaptation.

Zodiac True Story vs Movie Review

The San Fransisco Zodiac killer has sparked numerous movies, but the 2007 David FIncher movie is based on the book by Robert Graysmith who has spent decades trying to crack the case.

The Birds Book vs Movie Review

The Birds directed by Alfred Hitchcock starring Tippi Hedren has become so iconic. But did you know it is based on a short story by Daphne du Maurier? Find out how the two compare and which I like best!

BlackBerry Movie vs True Story Review

The new Matt Johnson movie starring Glenn Howerton and Jay Baruchel documents the true story of the BlackBerry phone. But how close does it stay to the truth? Check out today’s episode to find out!

Peter Pan and Wendy Book vs Movie Review

David Lowery’s adaptation of the beloved Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie is a fun, beautifully shot movie. But how does it compare to the book? I was surprised how much I loved the book, so the movie had a lot to live up to!

The Mist Book vs Movie Review

Frank Darabont adapted Stephen King’s novella The Mist, which is about a group of people that are trapped in a grocery store when a mysterious mist takes over the town. Find out how the two compare and what the movie changed!

One True Loves Book vs Movie Review

Taylor Jenkins Reid is a popular author who is finally being adapted! One True Loves tells the story of a women who is torn between two loves. Is the movie able to capture the chemistry between the characters in the book? Check out today’s episode and find out!

East of Eden Book vs Movie (1955) Review

John Steinbeck’s magnum opus was adapted into a movie starring one of the three roles James Dean was in. The movie captures just a fragment of the book, so here I get into the details that the movie left out and what they changed.