Mary Beth McAndrews

Mary Beth McAndrews

Mary Beth McAndrews is a freelance writer with an obsession with horror movies, vampires, and Final Girls. When she’s not scouring the Internet for something weird to watch, she’s annoying her cat, Zucchini.

A Journey Down Elm Street: Reflections On The Nightmare On Elm Street Franchise

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A Journey Down Elm Street: Reflections On The Nightmare On Elm Street Franchise

Horror writer Mary Beth McAndrews delved into the Nightmare On Elm Street franchise for the first time, reflecting on the examination of trauma, Freddy Krueger's evolution and more.

2020-09-01 16:52:49By Mary Beth McAndrews

FrightFest 2020 Interview: Director Dean Kapsalis Discusses Creating A Modern Tragedy In The Swerve

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FrightFest 2020 Interview: Director Dean Kapsalis Discusses Creating A Modern Tragedy In The Swerve

We chatted to director Dean Kapsalis about creating a modern tragedy, mental health and his film The Swerve, which plays at FrightFest this weekend.

2020-08-28 15:53:30By Mary Beth McAndrews

FrightFest 2020 Interview: Directors Airell Anthony Hayles and Sam Casserly Talk Their Found Footage Horror They’re Outside

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FrightFest 2020 Interview: Directors Airell Anthony Hayles and Sam Casserly Talk Their Found Footage Horror They’re Outside

Playing at FrightFest this weekend, we chatted to directors Airell Anthony Hayles and Sam Casserly about all things their found footage horror They're Outside.

2020-08-27 19:24:26By Mary Beth McAndrews

FrightFest 2020 Interview: Director Brea Grant Talks Her Dark Horror Comedy 12 Hour Shift

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FrightFest 2020 Interview: Director Brea Grant Talks Her Dark Horror Comedy 12 Hour Shift

We chatted to writer/director Brea Grant about her latest movie 12 Hour Shift, creating female antiheroes and why the horror genre is a great space to work in.

2020-08-26 07:47:46By Mary Beth McAndrews

Chicken Run At 20: Ginger, Female Empowerment And Revolutionary Spirit

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Chicken Run At 20: Ginger, Female Empowerment And Revolutionary Spirit

20 years on, Chicken Run still stands as an iconic piece of feminist cinema, celebrating female ingenuity, friendship and revolutionary spirit.

2020-06-23 12:21:56By Mary Beth McAndrews