Join Jennifer and Kaylia as we discuss this 2018 version of “Female Protagonist In Some Sort Of Container” We revisit some of Kaylia’s childhood traumas and present-day adult fears (but in a fun way), discuss the importance of tone and committing to a style, and try to figure out if the book was a well-done thriller or a schlocky “copycat”? Also, can a stellar cast and interesting story make a good movie when there is just SO MUCH behind-the-scenes drama? (The answer is… not really)
The Woman in the Window is a thriller novel by American author A. J. Finn, published in January of 2018.
This Pages and Popcorn Podcast episode was produced by Kaylia Metcalfe and featured “Pages and Popcorn Podcast Theme” / M.D. Arms
Book and movie recap runs from 4.43-12.53
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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom …. Which I, Kaylia, saw in the theaters at the ripe old age of 3. (3!!!) … it’s ok… they learned their lesson and then took me to see Ghostbusters later that same year. Both movies traumatized me.
Don’t get me wrong, I love my folks and I know they didn’t have babysitting options, but egads I could have done without the nightmares.
Pretty sure they were just as traumatized and that I didn’t see another movie in the theaters until age … oh wait, I just looked it up. A year later when I saw Follow That Bird. Which… had a whole kidnapping plot device but did have a happy ending. So I guess they couldn’t win. Also? Adult me has an irrational fear of birds and of getting lost/kidnapped/left behind… holy smokes.
I am suddenly wondering how I have traumatized my own kid by letting her watch the Marvel movies and Once Upon a Time…
Also, these show notes turned into something weird… Apologies!
(We found the water bottle, by the way… it was in the backyard hiding in the swing.)