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)
Old Shyamalan Horror Movie

M. Night Shyamalan Doesn’t Make Horror Movies

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

The director dismisses genre trappings while discussing his process behind making ‘Old.’

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Why James Gunn Cut the Joker from ‘The Suicide Squad’

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

Also: why did he bring back Harley Quinn even when Warner Bros. said he didn’t need to.

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To Send-Up with Love: Valérie Lemercier on the Making of Her Comedic Celine Dion Biopic

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

In the bizarre biopic, the filmmaker tells Dion’s story with a twist.

Scream Campbell

The 5 Best ‘Scream 5’ Fan Theories So Far

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

With sound mixing done and its release just around the corner, what could we expect from the fifth film installment of the ‘Scream’ franchise?

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The Weird and Wild History of Zack Snyder’s Needle Drops

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

From “Down With The Sickness” to “Zombie,” Snyder is the king of not-so-subtle musical cues.

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What’s the Deal with Adam Driver Singing While Performing Oral Sex in ‘Annette’?

By Mary Beth McAndrews 

When Leos Carax asks you to sing into a vagina, you do it.

Fear Street music opening

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?

Dickie Moltisanti Many Saints of Newark

‘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.

Fear Street Part 1

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.”