Beau North and Sammi Campbell will be taking a look at modern film adaptations of Classic novels to see how they translate into present-day pop culture. In a (mostly) judgement-free zone, Beau and Sammi will watch any modern adaptation, no matter the budget, cast, or level of silliness.
After the longest hiatus ever, Sammi and Beau return to talk about Joel Kim Booster's vibrant, loving take on Pride & Prejudice.
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Pride & Prejudice 1995 - #ExcessivelyDrunk wrap-up
Sammi and Beau are back to talk about their favorite parts of the #ExcessivelyDrunk Pride & Prejudice groupwatch, including Hill's Shenanigans, Dog Memes, Colonel Fitzwilliam, Andrew Davies' Wet Boys(tm) and favorite tweets from the crowd!
Romeo + Juliet (1996) with special guest Steve Sajdak
#Shakesyear returns Sammi and Beau weather the quarantine by talking Baz Luhrmann's take on Romeo & Juliet with special guest star Stephen Sajdak from the We Hate Movies Podcast!
We are back (albeit remotely) to talk about Autumn de Wilde's gorgeous adaptation of Emma!
Freeway (1996) with Megan Sunday
Sammi and Beau are joined by Let's Get Weirding: A Dune Podcast Co-Host Megan Sunday to discuss Matthew Bright's 1996 take on Little Red Riding Hood, Freeway! A movie that is at times hard to watch, it boasts fun twists and two solid performances from Reese Witherspoon and Kiefer Sutherland.
Crossover Episode: The March Sisters at Christmas with Shannon Campe
This week Sammi and Beau are joined by Shannon Campe from the delightful Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama to talk about the "flimsy and charmless" modernization of Little Women, The March Sisters At Christmas!
So fun and awesome!
I love this podcast. The hosts are insightful and poignant without being overtly academic. They have a great vibe with each other and it’s always a fun listen. Some of their discussions are so hilarious that I have listened to the episodes multiple times! I’m always excited whenever they have a new episode out~ I hope they keep going! :)
You guys are awesome
I’ve loved Austen since I was in middle school (thanks mom) but Im definitely not an Austen purist. Thanks for letting me know that’s ok. Keep them coming!
Love this show!
I really appreciate having the perspective of a JAFF writer on media adaptations, so interesting. I also loved the JAFF cast episodes, I finished them last week and have already read Suddenly Mrs. Darcy, it was great. Thanks guys for being so great and helping me be a bit more analytical about adaptations!