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  • Is anybody else having problems listening to this week’s episode? It isn’t appearing in my feed and isn’t playing on the site either... I’m seeing the time code as NaN:NaN
  • In regards to the differences between the book and the movie endings (and again major spoilers here): As you say the book is much clearer in its twist, but the twist (while admittedly pretty mind blowing) does somewhat amount to little more than “a…
  • For those on the fence about reading the book: it's little over two hundred pages and flies by. Depending on your reading speed it doesn't take too much longer to read the book than to watch the movie!
  • Wow. Just watched this. No spoilers ahead... This is a tough adaptation, but Kaufman did a fantastic job. I’m going to be really interested in what people think of this without the context of knowing where it’s going. But if you do, it’s very rewar…
  • @JoshTheBlack Thank you for all this information! Had to read it a couple of times to get a grip of it, but I think I'm with you. It's all very interesting and I'm going to look into playing around with some of this stuff before I get into rewriti…
  • I'm Thinking of Ending Things is a very unsettling read. Personally found it pretty great, though I could see opinions differing, particularly on the ending. No spoilers, but it's going to be interesting how Kaufman interprets this for a visual medi…
  • Worth the wait! The Watching Dead continues to be the best cure for the 2020 summer bummer. Some good stuff and some really stupid stuff to come in future episodes - just how we like it!
  • Does anyone know what time the guys said for episode 8? I’m really looking forward to hearing what they have to say on this one!
  • Just finished the new episode and I can’t explain how happy it made me to have this back in my feed. Liking the level of engagement from J&A and I’m reminded that, if not anything else, TWD can be a good springboard for interesting and lighthear…
  • So happy to see other fans of the source material saying this is worth watching. Joe Hill is a very talented writer (I'm a big fan of his short stories and novels) and with his great writing combined with Gabriel Rodriguez's artwork, Locke & Key…
  • Will really miss this show. Thought there was more to be done and would have liked it if they'd gone on a bit longer, but enjoyed the ending we got and the series in its entirety - so not complaining!   And that penultimate episode was one of the sh…
  • Freddy said: They really should have brought in Bill Burr to do a read. But still, so good. Zip........................... recruiter!!!
  • As a fan of the books, I enjoyed season one. Some of the decisions made were frustrating: where to use the CGI budget, what is deemed 'too much' for YA, Lin-Manuel's odd introduction. And I think all that needs to be said has been said about the lac…
  • MattyWeaves said: I wrote a book and self published it on Amazon a couple years ago. I then realized I hate advertising and trying to sell myself so it never really went anywhere. I also wrote a few movie scripts and some short stories, but I…
  • cdrive said: I’m published but nothing personal. Just a bunch of articles in industry magazines.  I got some close pals in Chicago that used to do NaNoWriMo. Ever heard of that? Seems super fun. I’ve never done fiction.  Yeah, NaNoWriMo i…
  • JaimieT said: I write fiction. I wrote just about every day from 2004-2010, then less and less as life shut me down for a while (long story) and I'm only recently getting back to it. Nice to meet you. That's a long time to have written fr…
  • Just in response to Cecily & Alexis’s question about what Brits call a ‘boot’ (I’d never heard it described as this!), we call it a ‘clamp’ - a word I think has a suitable nastiness about it!  Loving the show so far & the Bald Move coverage…
  • Really enjoyed the first instalment of the’The Search for Spook’! I may be too late but shout out for the original ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ (1990). While not a conventional horror exactly I find this film very disturbing and very original. It also has a ki…
  • The Institute. New one by Stephen King out last week. Incredible. The guy's still got it!