I can't watch it...the book made me feel sick. Let me know if there's a happy ending.
Which is what I thought. 😒 I really like Atwood but I read this at about the same time as I read Surfacing and I much preferred the latter. HT is relentless. It made me want to stick my head in a gas oven. I daren't watch it now...I'm in such a pissy mood at the moment that I'm thinking of moving to a small hamlet (or Hebdon Bridge 😏). If anything else deepens my massive sulk with people I'll have to retreat to a cave or the bottom of an empty well. After the weekend I've extended my hit list from "Westminster" to "people who graffiti murals in The Village"; "people who punch Trans-women in the face"; "people in Didsbury with dogs that look like rats". I'm not fit to be around. 😄If you think the book is bleak the show dials it up to another level
I'm in such a pissy mood at the moment that I'm thinking of moving to a small hamlet (or Hebdon Bridge 😏)
I am setting myself up to be disappointed by it. The idea of a Marvel horror movie intrigues me, but then I think what about what a (Disney) Marvel horror movie might actually look like and eh... In theory I'm looking forward to seeing it but then I hear how you have to watch the various Marvel TV shows to really know what's happening and I am even more eh... about it.Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, which I am super excited about.