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[Bea’s Reviews] Blair Witch [2016]

[Bea’s Reviews] Blair Witch [2016]

The only thing scarier than getting lost in the woods is getting lost in the supermarket. Continue reading

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[Review] Goldstone (2016) by Bede Jermyn

[Review] Goldstone (2016) by Bede Jermyn

You know what’s kind of funny? Even though there are so many sequels released every year from Hollywood, there are surprisingly not that many sequels to Australian films. It’s not to say that they don’t exist (the MAD MAX series would be the first one to pop into people’s heads), it’s just that they’re few … Continue reading

[Video Reviews] Eddie The Eagle (2016) and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) by Bede Jermyn

[Video Reviews] Eddie The Eagle (2016) and My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016) by Bede Jermyn

EDDIE THE EAGLE (2016) Dir: Dexter Fletcher Starring: Taron Egerton, Hugh Jackman, Christopher Walken, Iris Berben. IMDb Synopsis: The story of Eddie Edwards, the notoriously tenacious British underdog ski jumper who charmed the world at the 1988 Winter Olympics. My rating: MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING 2 (2016) Dir: Kirk Jones Starring: Nia Vardalos, John Corbett, Lainie Kazan, Michael Constantine, Andrea Martin, Ian … Continue reading

Bede’s Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon #30: Staying Alive

Bede’s Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon #30: Staying Alive

Hey everyone! Welcome to the 30th edition of my Bad Movie Tweet-A-Thon series. As you already know last month here on SuperMarcey.com I posted up poll with three bad movies and I said that whichever one out of those three films had the highest votes, I would watch and live-tweet for this column. Well, the votes are in and you all have … Continue reading

[A.J And Bea’s Review Exchange] Dracula’s Daughter [1936] by Bea Harper

[A.J And Bea’s Review Exchange] Dracula’s Daughter [1936] by Bea Harper

Dir.: Lambert Hilyer Starring: Gloria Holden, Otto Kruger, Edward Van Sloan and Irving Pritchell Loosely (very, verrrry loosely) based on Bram Stoker’s novella Dracula’s Guest, Dracula’s Daughter is a surprisingly effective and compelling tale about Countess Marya Zaleska, the daughter of Dracula, looking to liberate herself from her blasphemous bloodline, but as expected, the affairs are … Continue reading