In a tribute episode to Edward Albee (who passed away this September 2016), Infinite Gestation discusses Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1962) – perhaps the author’s best known work. The 1966 film adaptation of the award winning...

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This year’s annual Halloween Special is a double-parked megasode featuring all things “The Shining”! The panel’s trifecta discussion includes the novel by Stephen King as well as the classic Stanley Kubrick film, before finishing strong with...

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Patrick and Grant take on Stephen King’s 11/22/63 as well as the Hulu miniseries of the same name. Best described as literary fiction with elements of science fiction and the supernatural (as only Stephen King...

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Making no apologies for worshipping at the “Altar of Kubrick”, Infinite Gestation compares Arthur C. Clarke’s novel to the 1968 film. While Kubrick’s masterpiece to this day remains the benchmark for the realistic portrayal of...

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Our Man in Havana may have been compromised during the making of this episode. Partially inspired by his time in MI6 and set in late 1950’s (pre-revolution) Cuba, Graham Greene’s classic novel follows the daily maneuverings of...

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The Last Station is essentially concerned with the sunset chapter of Leo Tolstoy’s life (with far less drinking than witnessed in “Last Call” – a film about Fitzgerald’s final years). Decades after writing his masterworks, Tolstoy struggles with the prospect of leaving the copyright of...

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Complete with its very own public service announcement, Infinite Gestation dedicates an episode to The Man in the High Castle, covering the 1962 novel by Philip K. Dick, in addition to the series currently streaming on...

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Things get a bit dicey amongst the panel during a discussion of The End of the Tour. The 2015 film stars Jason Segel and Jesse Eisenberg as David Foster Wallace and David Lipspy respectively and...

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Differing opinions, arguments and some notable complaints emerge (including the Showtime production budget and the limitations it may have placed on the film) during Infinite Gestation’s discussion of Last Call, a made-for-cable biopic from 2002 concerning the...

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Can a film transcend the novel it was based upon? During a (by no means definitive) discussion of most-loved and patently despised novel to film adaptations, the panel braves some harsh words, endures scathing criticism and experiences several...

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