Pages and Popcorn Podcast

In each episode, we recap and then discuss a movie that was based on a book as well as the original source material.

We talk about what the themes are, what changes were made for the adaptation, and how they affected the overall point of the stories.

And we answer the age-old question: “Is this worth my time?”

Join us as we discuss books… and the films they inspired!

Hosted by Jennifer and Kaylia

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Kaylia Metcalfe

Kaylia is a freelance copy editor, audio editor, podcast producer, writer, community activist, and Jill of Many Trades.

She tends to talk too fast and drink too much coffee. She spends her free time reading and hanging with her kiddo. You can find more information about her on her website.

Jennifer Dunbar

Jennifer is a tutor, writer, student, and current President of the Central Valley Alliance of Atheists and Skeptics

She has opinons about all sorts of things, a background in linguistics, devours hundreds of books a year, doesn’t watch TV and is a lot of fun at parties.

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Our ten most recent episodes…

45. Charlotte's Web PagesAndPopcornPodcast

Kaylia and her special guest (8 year old Ella) discuss the classic Charlotte’s Web, the classic 1973 Charlotte’s Web and then the 2006 Charlotte’s Web… is it also destined to be a classic? What changes from book to movie to movie worked? Which changes didn’t? Is it cool to talk about death so much in a kid’s book or is it ok because of the songs and cuteness? All this and more in our episode! For more information, including show notes, please visit
  1. 45. Charlotte's Web
  2. 44. Good Morning, Midnight / Midnight Sky
  3. 43. A Christmas Story
  4. 42. Hillbilly Elegy
  5. 41. The Danish Girl
  6. 40. Jurassic Park
  7. 39. The Amityville Horror
  8. 38. Psycho
  9. 37. Fahrenheit 451
  10. 36. The Mountain Between Us

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