Recurring Features, memes and lists, all here and at your command:
Lessons Learned- Lessons learned from some of the most popular book series to be turned into movies.
Sexy Fictional Characters- Pretty self explanatory, I think.
The Weekend Showdown- I compare at least two different film portrayals of the same character; Elizabeth Bennet, Albus Dumbledore, Batman, Captain Hook.
Read it or Watch it- I compare the film to the book. I need to do more of these. I have a lot of them started, but not completed. All in good time, I suppose...
Questionable Choices- This isn't so much a "feature" as a recurring theme: I pick apart casting choices in film adaptations that seem to be completely at odds with the characters/setting/story/novel/etc.
Real Life Casting- These posts revolve around, you guessed it, real life casting. The casting of real life people, in one way or another: documentaries, biopics, etc.
Banned Books Week- A full week of posts about the banning of books in America.
30 Days of Books- A 30 meme listing my favorite books, characters and authors.
Interview- In which I am interviewed by a reader.
Lists- All my non-Fantasy Cast lists which includes (but is not limited to) popular lists such as: Your Character Was Hot, But You Are Not (ugly actors playing sexy characters), The Movie Was Better (books that are way worse than the movies they were turned into), A Dr. Seuss Tribute , And The Oscar Went To... (detailing some of the best Oscar winning movies to be based on books) and, one of my personal favorites, But They're So OLD!!! a post addressing the constant complaint I hear when I put a 20 year old in a Fantasy Cast to play a 17 year old.
Do-Over Sometimes, I just wish they would remake a movie and do a better job casting it. Not that it needs to be remade, but that we need to remove the first one from existence and start from scratch.
Awards- I don't know where else to put these, and the "features" page seems as good as any. I love every single one of my readers who has given me an award, and the award usually requires me to write up a list of some kind. They're usually pretty interesting, if I do say so myself.