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Best Alias Grace podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Alias Grace podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Join Justin Buchanan and Karissa Carpenter as they discuss the TV shows (and sometimes other things) in their streaming queues. They breakdown everything from the characters, the narratives, the jokes, cinematography, and more. Everyone is welcome to join along! New episodes every Sunday. Email Justin and Karissa - queueduppodcast@gmail.com Follow Justin on Twitter @justinbuchanan and on Instagram @justinjbuchanan
 
Cover to Credits is a bi-weekly podcast that analyzes books and their movie adaptations. Hosts Ian George and Adina Hilton cover a variety of genres, critiquing both the film and novel it's based on, while trying to understand what makes a good adaptation. Stories are also frequently viewed from a feminist lens, where representation, gender roles, and other elements are often times explored.
 
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Kelly + Molly reunite for a special, pandemic episode of Red All Over! They chat about what they've been up to since their final episode, what they're reading/watching/listening to as they shelter in place, and go deep on the Hulu documentary Margaret Atwood: A Word After a Word After a Word is Power. They also cover the opposite of negging, Tiger …
 
In a world where aliens have taken over all of humanity, one girl will evade all interesting themes and narratives to deliver yet another YA romance story! Written by Stephanie Meyer and directed by Andrew Niccol, this novel/movie combo leaves a lot for us to unpack, including identical white love interests, missed foursome opportunities, and a ver…
 
Kelly + Molly give a proper sendoff to Aunt Lydia, Agnes Jemima, Daisy/Jade/Nicole, Bekah and all the rest as they cover the satisfying ending of a very uneven book. There's an Action Offred surprise appearance, even yet still more Aunt names, beeping vaginas, cheese salad, longing for the ambiguity of the Handmaid's Tale book ending, the Nellie J.…
 
While we wait for our very late letters from Hogwarts, we decided to talk about the first adaptation of the iconic Harry Potter franchise! Written by J.K. Rowling and directed by Chris Columbus, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (or Philosopher's Stone to our international listeners) kicked off both historically popular franchises. We discuss t…
 
Kelly + Molly recall problematic times with Margaret Atwood, among other things, in their third recap of The Testaments. They get into it about character zodiac signs, Elisa Lam, grotesque descriptions of old men, the Bluebeard, how to correctly pronounce 'crayons,' winter ovesters, the truth about Santa Claus, Commander Judd's R. Kelly contraband,…
 
Get in loser, we're joining Mayday! Kelly + Molly are back to discuss yet still more Testaments-related topics such as telling the four Founders apart, being dead as a donkey, wondering who would hurt a pearl, the consisten badassery of Quakers, Carvel ice cream cakes, determining which character is the stupidest, Margaret Atwood's weird body shami…
 
Pull up your dollhouse! It's time to talk about The Testaments, Margaret Atwood's Booker Prize nominated sequel to The Handmaid's Tale. Our verdict? Parts of it, real good! Kelly + Molly encounter the inevitable Professor Snape comparisons, discuss how to correctly cite Bible verses, explore Pearl Girls and the concubine cut into twelve pieces, com…
 
This episode we delve into our first ever short story adaptation with Arrival, the 2016 Denis Villeneuve film, based on the short story Story of Your Life by Ted Chiang. We pull from many insightful sources for this episode to examen how this movie came to be and what themes it pulls from the short story. We also discuss whether Amy Adams can be tr…
 
Blessed be the finale, Redheads! Kelly + Molly's hearts grew three sizes as they watched The Handmaid's Tale S3E13. It's a strong finish to an uneven season, so they take the opportunity to get real pedantic about "mayday," worry about Gilead secret slime action, come up with a Steven Universe name for June + Janine, spot some Lush shampoo outside …
 
It's stress on stress on stress in The Handmaid's Tale S3E12, but Kelly + Molly are thrilled because their podcast inspired a woman to dump her wack ass boyfriend. They're begging for a Thug Life mashup for this episode, clocking textbook examples of dramatic irony, encouraging everyone in Gilead to just take a hit of that medicinal marijuana, read…
 
Birth control is not yet a collectors item in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E11 and Kelly + Molly are explaining some jokes that happen with their faces. Sweet baby and friend of the pod Yahlin Chang wins MVP for writing this season in a genuinely stressful episode with clearly defined stakes. They're not buying Whitford's excuses for the thi…
 
Say yes to the scone with our recap of S3E10 of The Handmaid's Tale! Kelly + Molly are occasionally jackasses, but today they're bringing musical research that will blow your socks off (Mozart fans: ready your pitchforks). After a brief discussion of the show's ongoing failure to engage with race, they lose their minds over dessert-based semaphore,…
 
Yikes P. Bikes, this episode scores five "yi-yi-yi-yi-yis" as Kelly + Molly connect the dots to baby first hospitals, solitary confinement and heartbeat bills. We're not a commander-friendly podcast as we watch Handmaid's Tale S3E9's drama unfold in a radical, experimental free-range hospital in Gilead. There are shades of Black Mirror's "San Junip…
 
Kelly + Molly are rooting for torture in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E8, which contains the long awaited Aunt Lydia flashback! Don't be mad, Gilead made them this way. They're begging June to leave Carol/Natalie alone, feeling bored by everything in Boston, stanning hard for Ann Dowd's gorgeous looks, trying to figure out contemporary goths…
 
Get down with medicine in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E7. Kelly + Molly are honestly shocked that it took this long to get an episode called "Under His Eye" and they're rolling out the red rope as they get into it about being Team Carol, the show's conservative fans, their wild excitement about Gilead restaurants, all the beverages by Sobe …
 
The Swiss are giving a ball and everyone's invited (except Nick). Kelly + Molly recap The Handmaid's Tale S3E6 and are thrilled to report that Meloni Watch has ended! They take a spin on the Handmaid's Express, celebrate a great bootist, fail to recognize almost any Washington DC landmarks, break down the Quiverfull movement, speculate about Gilead…
 
Kelly + Molly briefly host a fruit fan podcast and a The Best Years of Our Lives podcast before they pick apart the least believable part of The Handmaid's Tale S3E5. They demand a backstory arc for Amanda Brugel, explain how there's only two types of men (plus OT Fagbenle), fire up the slut signal, gush over Yvonne Strahovski wearing pants, interr…
 
It's the end of the world and we've never laughed harder. This episode we explore the new Amazon series Good Omens, created by Neil Gaiman who wrote the novel it's based on with the late Terry Pratchett. This doomsday comedy explores themes of morality and human nature as we follow the angel and demon duo of Crowley and Aziraphale (our OTP) as they…
 
Live from the past, it's Kelly + Molly (with a recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E4)! In what passes for a "breather" episode of this show, Gilead gets strict again, we finally see some boys (who be likin' dinosaurs), the once and future Rory reunites with Clea Duvall and her woke baby, Fred wants Serena Joy to ask him to the Sadie Hawkins dance, Katy…
 
Cue up your "Whit's Greatest Hits" mixtape and get ready for the Transformers/Handmaid's Tale crossover you didn't know you wanted. Kelly doesn't know her own age and Molly's too jaded to be shocked, but like stalwart Marthas, they're really good at multitasking in this recap of S2E3. They've got some notes on the soundtrack (more Dido, Britney Spe…
 
We're at def con YIKES in this recap of The Handmaid's Tale S3E2 and even Molly's Martha face blindness can't put a damper on the joy of finally getting FACE BUTTER (kinda) and other treats straight from Margaret Atwood's novel. She and Kelly raise a glass of Serena Joy's Skinny Chardonnay as they call Jesus a couch surfer, muse on the mysteries of…
 
The Handmaid's Tale is back, so Kelly + Molly are here to guide you through the valley of the shadow of death (jk nothing bad ever happens in Gilead). They give a well-deserved shoutout to their hookups at Hulu, LOL at June's profane bible verses, debate the way to make a perfect season opener, enjoy a very short Whitford Watch 2019, imagine a post…
 
It's a FIRST for Cover to Credits as we discuss an adaptation of a play, namely 10 Things I Hate About You which was based on The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. Never has the wild hijinks of Shakespeare felt more at home than the halls of a late 90's high school, full of deception, wooing, and balloons filled with paint. And of course …
 
It's time gather your clues and get down to the bottom of the mystery: is Agatha Christie's 1934 Murder on the Orient Express outdone by Kenneth Branagh's 2017 film adaptation?! We present the hard evidence, from pre-WWII European racism, to absurd black and white flashbacks and everything in between (namely a passionate, kung-fu using Count and Co…
 
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