Who doesn’t love a good adaptation? I mean I know I do, when it’s good that is. Sometimes adaptations can go very very wrong (*cough*Eragon*cough*) and sometimes they can be better than the books (Netflix’s Bridgerton is way better). So, here are 5 books/series I think would make great TV/Movie adaptations.
I know, the title of this blog may seem blasphemous, but hear me out. As readers, we’re loyal to the source material and no movie or TV show could ever adapt our favourite books the way they deserve. I myself am a strong believer that the book is always better, but in some rare cases I think we can argue that the movie/TV show was ACTUALLY better.
It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a bookworm despises the movie or television tie-in versions of a book. Or, at least, that’s the impression. However, I am here today to shout of some books that actually didn’t do that bad.
What’s the holiday season without the man who invented Christmas? Here are 5 “A Christmas Carol” adaptations you should be adding to your holiday watch list.
Mindhunter by John Douglas and Mark Olshaker outlines the beginnings of criminal profiling. Netflix adapted the book into a thrilling TV show that explores the minds of serial killers. Check out my blog for my full comparison and review!
Even though we don’t like to read horror, we certainly love to enjoy a good spoopy movie. So, for the love of all things books, we thought we would put together a short list of some movies you may know and some movies that you may not have heard of/watched yet. They are all based on books and guaranteed to have you hiding behind your fingers, pillow, or closest friend.
Without further ado, here is what I thought of the Netflix adaptation of The Devil All the Time.