Mary Beth McAndrews

Mary Beth McAndrews thinks found footage is good and will fight you if you say otherwise. When she's not writing, she's searching for Mothman with her two cats. Follow her on Twitter @mbmcandrews. (She/Her)
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Every Needle Drop in ‘Fear Street Part 1: 1994’ Ranked

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

There are 19 total needle drops in the first Fear Street movie. How do they stack up against one another?

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‘The Many Saints of Newark’ is Not the Story of Young Tony Soprano

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

Director Alan Taylor clears up who the main character is in the upcoming ‘Sopranos’ prequel film.

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What Makes THAT Scene in ‘Fear Street Part 1: 1994’ So Effective

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

‘Fear Street’ gives new meaning to the phrase “let’s get that bread.”

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The Main Character of ‘Don’t Breathe 2’ is an “Anti-Villain”

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

The trailer for the sequel has fans reacting against the portrayal of “The Blind Man” as a hero. Even if the filmmakers are calling it something different.

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Shot by Shot with the ‘Halloween Kills’ Trailer

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

Could this mean the end for Michael Myers?

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Back to the Movies: An Ode to Watching Horror on the Big Screen

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

Nothing can replace the power of seeing fear on the big screen.

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‘Castlevania’s Final Season is a Blood-Filled Delight

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

TV series may come and go, but ‘Castlevania’ is forever.

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‘Babe’ is an Award-Worthy Tale About the Underpig

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

Nominated for Best Picture in 1996, ‘Babe’ is not just a story about a talking pig but also about compassion and believing in yourself.

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Navigating Sexuality and Utility in ‘Ghost in the Shell’

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

Mamuro Oshii’s 1995 anime is a fascinating examination of the female cyborg and her assumed sexuality.