Inconceivable! Christian and Courtney are back with a brand new episode. This time, they're sharing their passion for S. Morgenstern's classic tale of true love and high adventure, The Princess Bride. Humiliations galore! Music for this episo
On this episode, Courtney and Christian look into the deadlights as they talk about the 2017 adaptation of Stephen King's horror classic, It. This remake caused a lot of controversy in the horror community when it was first announced, but how d
We're back with our first new episode in months! This time on the show we're talking about Secretary (2002), a kinky romance starring Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader, and the not so sexy short story that it was adapted from. We are also exc
Hey Lit Fam, we are back with a new episode! This time, we are talking about a Canadian literary classic, L.M. Montgomery's young adult novel, Anne of Green Gables, as well as its TV movie adaptation, the recent series, and two musicals. We ar
On this episode, we are joined by our friend Jessica to discuss Sarah Waters' novel Fingersmith (2002) and its recent film adaptation from South Korean director Chan-wook Park, The Handmaiden (2016). We recommend you read and watch both of the
This time on Textual Relations, Courtney and Christian look at Stardust: Being a Romance Within the Realms of Faerie (1999), written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Charles Vess, and its film adaptation Stardust (2007) directed by Matthew Vau
On this Appendix episode, we respond to your feedback on Howl’s Moving Castle. Stay tuned at the end of the episode, where we announce the next book and film that we are covering on the show. Thanks again to everyone who submitted their feedbac
On the first episode of Textual Relations, we check out Hayao Miyazaki’s 2004 animated film adaptation of Howl’s Moving Castle, based on the novel by Diana Wynne Jones. Let us know what you think of Howl’s Moving Castle before March 5, 2017 and
This time on the show, we check out Evelyn Waugh’s novel Vile Bodies (1930) and the novel’s one and only film adaptation, Bright Young Things (2003) directed by Stephen Fry. Stay connected with us: Want to talk about this episode with us? Join
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