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The Mist Recap Ep 6 Plus, "Top 5 Stephen King Guilty Pleasures'

Book Vs Movie Podcast

Release Date: 07/29/2017

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The Margos talk about the Ted Chiang short story that was turned into a 2016 movie "Story of Your Life" and how it became the film "Arrival." The differences between book & film and why on earth was Amy Adams NOT nominated for an Academy Award!? (Big hint, we like both!)

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The Margos compare the F. Scott Fitzgerald short story "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" (originally published in 1922) and the David Fincher-directed 2008 adaptation that stars Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Taraji P. Henson & Julia Ormond. SO much love going on here!

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In 1969, author and screenwriter Erich Segal pitched a film to his literary agent Lois Wallace at the William Morris Agency called ‘Love Story.’ She wisely advised him to write it as a book and then sell the rights to a movie studio. The book was a smash hit and sold millions of copies in time for the December movie release starring Ryan O’Neal and Ali MacGraw. 

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The Margos launch their first episode with the Frolic Podcast Network with a discussion about the 1949 novel "Father of the Bride" and compare it to the 1950 & 1991 remakes. Which did we like better? Grab some confetti, throw it in the air and listen!

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The Margos talk about the Walter Tevis novel from 1963 which is about an alien from the planet Anthea who arrives on earth and seeks to save his family at home. The 1976 film is a cult classic directed by Nicolas Roeg and features an incredible performance by David Bowie. Which did we like better?

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In 1936, the Clare Booth Luce play The Women debuted on Broadway to rave reviews and packed audiences which featured 45 speaking parts for women, while no man is either seen or heard. (Though all of the husbands are spoken about constantly!)The 1939 film directed by Book Vs Movie alum George Cukor has over 130 speaking parts for women (even the animals were females!) Led by Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, and Paulette Goddard.

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The Margos talk about all things related to the musical "Cabaret" starting with the Christopher Isherwood short stories to the 1951 play and the Bob Fosse 1972 film which won 8 Academy Awards. Plus, we discuss the real person that inspired the character of Sally Bowles and the brilliant women who played her. Life is a cabaret!

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The Margos get their fingers snappin' as they talk about "West Side Story" (not literally, we're just talking--promise!) We match the Shakespeare story with the 1961 film in this episode. So much to discuss here!

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The Margos get all "Jellicle" in this episode devoted to the poetry of T.S. Eliot and the music of Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber with "Cats." We talk about the various stage productions, the 1998 film and the acid trip inducing 2019 movie directed by Tom Hooper. Stars Taylor Swift, Idris Elba, Jennifer Hudson, Judi Dench, Rebel Wilson & Sir Ian McKellen.

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Stephen King Bonus Ep:“The Mist” Recap

Episode 6 “The Devil You Know”

Plus: Our “Top 5 Stephen King Guilty Pleasures”


Here we are at episode six of  Stephen King’s The Mist TV series and in this special bonus ep of the Book Vs. Movie podcast Margo D. and Deana of the Twisted Philly podcast offer their weekly recap of the Spike TV production plus, we pick our “Top 5 Stephen King Guilty Pleasures.”

This episode is titled “The Devil You Know” and it is equal parts action-packed and terribly confusing.

Here are the basics of this episode:

The Hospital: Kevin (Morgan Spector), Bryan (Ozekie Morro) and Adrian (Russell Posner) are all still at the hospital and Kevin feels the need to leave. (Killing his brother has made him anxious.)

However, he learns from Adrian that Mia (Danica Curcic) stole their car and they are stuck. Adrian confronts a nurse and finds out that people are disappearing from the hospital but that shouldn't worry at all about that.  He also tries to talk to his crush/hookup to say goodbye but gets the cold shoulder.

Kevin discovers Dr.. Bailey is kidnapping people, filling them up with drugs and sending them out into The Mist. He has lost his mind and Kevin is his next victim. He is rescued by Bryan and Adrian.

Bryan meanwhile kills his “twin” and is anxious to leave. Mia comes back for her journey (more on that later) and The Mist is coming into the hospital and the gang is trapped.

The Mall:

Alex (Gus Birney) and her mother Eve  (Alyssa Sutherland) decide to go shopping as a distraction. There is a really long scene about a jacket and then Alex says she thinks she should go out into The MIst to find her dad because The Mist does not have any interest in her so she would be safe. Eve says “hello no” so Alex decides to make a snaky visit to the shop “Hiker’s World” to get supplies.

Whilst there she gets locked in a break room and then gasoline is flooding in, then the place goes up in flames. Jay the Rapist (Luke Cosgrove) saves her and then gets mouthy with Eve when she admonishes him. Turns out Lila set the fire in retaliation for her daughter dying in Alex’s care.

Also, Eve creates phony fliers to give hope to everyone at the Mall. Gus (Isiah Whitlock, Jr.) thinks this is nuts.

Church:

Nathalie (Frances Conroy) and the cop (Connor Heisel) continue their friendship. She makes a strange case for how everyone loves a disaster which made zero sense to Margo D.

Link (Dylan Authors) is the teen boy version of Mrs. Carmody and has turned into a vengeful zealot. He attempts to lock Nathalie in the attic. She gets wise to this and instead breaks open a window which allows The MIst to come in and locking the boy in--basically killing him.

House:

Mia ia back at the house where she first was looking for money and finds her dead mother upstairs in a bedroom. The mother tells her she loves her and that is she wants to kill herself then to go for it. Mia gets out and heads back to the hospital.

Topics covered :

  • Stephen King easter eggs
  • What is the deal with The Mist?
  • Where is this all going to?

Plus, Margo and Deana each pick their “Top 5 Stephen King Guilty Pleasures!”

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