After watching 21 cinematic adaptations of Macbeth it's about time that Paul and Katy pushed into new genres! Can the Scottish Play be fully realised as a western? A whodunnit? A rom-com? A sci-fi? Find out only exactly here.
The Macbeth Awards
Paul and Katy have managed to watch 21 adaptations of Macbeth during the 2020 Coronavirus Lockdown! But which of them had the best Donaldbain, I hear you cry. Well we're going to settle that along with best everything else! This is the absolutely cream of the crop, so have a listen and find out all the best things about us doing this. Also, we will name the very worst adaptation of Macbeth ever made that we saw!
We did it! We reviewed every cinematic adaptation we could reasonably get our hands on without influence over time or the Thai authorities. We finish up with Macbeth 2018, a tragedy entirely in Green Screen! Are Paul and Katy ready for what is surely the future of Shakespeare? Or are they just a little over the whole thing by now? Find out! But it's the last one.
When you take Shakespeare's timeless tragedy and a North Indian folk tale and mix them all together in three languages at once and look at it through the lens of a Zack Snyder movie you get something pretty unique. But is it also good? Is this the Macbeth adaptation we've been yearning for?
Paul and Katy fail to find a banned Thai film and so have to settle for perhaps the greatest cinematic adaptation ever made! A film of sound and fury, signifying certainly enough for us to talk for an hour or so about.
Patrick Stewart is here with all his Shakespearean bombast! An adaptation of Sound and Fury and bleak 60s cold war era dystopia. Can Paul and Katy get out of the Gulag with all their bones intact? Find out only here!