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Kill the Messenger (Film)
As: Anna Simmonsl
Release: 2014
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Quarry (TV Drama)
As: Joni
Release: 2014
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Exposed (TV Movie)
As: Anna Loach
Release: 2014
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The Return (TV Movie)
As: Rowan Blackshaw
Release: 2014
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The Hollars (Film)
As: Rowan Blackshaw
Release: 2015
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Valencia (Film)
As: Michelle
Release: 2016
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Launched: 2006
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November 18th, 2014
Posted by Sa in Faults| No Comments »

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The mere concept of a cult can prove to be a fascinating one, and can be twisted in order to accommodate slightly different genres. Many of them have the potential to be incredibly eerie, as it asks for us to question the motives of those around us. Films such as Rosemary’s Baby and the more recent horror feature The Sacrament are quite successful when it comes to the art of chilling us to the bone. In his feature debut titled Faults, Riley Stearns has toured a bit of the film festival market, starting at SXSW in Austin, Texas. However, it tries to approach this plot category from a new angle, by lending the idea to more of a dramatic thriller with hints of comedy. While the more unique angle is appreciated, the direction that it walks in simply doesn’t work through the picture’s entire duration.

Ansel Roth (Leland Orser) is a washed up expert on mind control, and the structure that makes up a cult. While his first book was massively successful, he has now resorted to giving talks in cheap hotels in hopes of selling a newer book that he has written. A worried married couple approaches him with concerns about their daughter, Claire (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), who has been gripped by a mysterious cult called “Faults.” Desperate to be reunited with their daughter, they hire Ansel to kidnap Claire and find a way to detach her from the ideas of the cult, and convince her to come home.

Read the rest at dvdtalk.com

November 8th, 2014
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Mary was featured in Bello Magazine and she looks so gorgeous and you can view them below. We have also given the site a new look for the upcoming holidays and are still working on having the site updated with all of Mary’s past events and images. Thanks for visiting.

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November 2nd, 2014
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This site will be back to frequent updates soon, again we apologize about the lack of updates. We are shooting for everything on the site caught up just before Mary’s birthday. So please check back soon, thanks!

October 16th, 2014
Posted by Sa in Site| No Comments »

The past few months have been pretty busy for Liesl and I but we are still going to be updating the site and have not abandon it. Thanks for being patient.

September 27th, 2014
Posted by Sa in Gallery Updates, Kill the Messenger| No Comments »

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A vintage drama harkening back to a bygone era, “Kill The Messenger” is a thriller that’s ultimately a romantic lament to an era of journalism that no longer exists via one noble reporter that was hung out to dry for exposing a truth too hot for the establishment and media to handle. What happened to its protagonist is an utter disgrace, and the way the media abetted the government-driven smear campaign is appalling. But do you really need a two-hour movie to walk you through every step of the story and not ultimately reflect something deeper?

Read the rest at IndieWire.

September 16th, 2014
Posted by Sa in Kill the Messenger| No Comments »

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Also the site appears to be fixed and we are currently working on revamping the site and keeping it up to date on all the Mary news. Thanks so much for all your patience.

September 2nd, 2014
Posted by Sa in Gallery Updates, Kill the Messenger| No Comments »

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August 21st, 2014
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Sorry for the delay in fixing the site but we have not been able to get rid of the suppose malware. For now we will keep you updated via our other social networking sites and please check back again if there is any progress on the site. Thank you all for your patience!

June 20th, 2014
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We are currently working on fixing the site from the malware and you can find the latest news via our twitter, facebook, and tumblr. Thanks everyone for your patience.

June 4th, 2014
Posted by Sa in Got A Girl| 1 Comment »

Check out Mary’s new song with Dan the Automator and the will release their debut  LP on July 22 and the song sounds fantastic!

https://soundcloud.com/bulk-recordings/01-got-a-girl-did-we-live-44k

Source: Spin