Mari-Ann spends her days 'talking' to herself in her head to make working on a production line bearable. However, when MADDY, is assigned to work with her for summer, she discovers that ... See full summary »
Anna de Vreede
A married couple and their teenage twins move to Meadowlands, a friendly and seemingly safe suburban town, to start a new life. Here, they will soon realize that secrets and mysteries are plentiful, and past is a difficult thing to bury.
EMILY puts two English characters within the framework of a stereotypically French film, deconstructing a common sexual fantasy to explore the moment two strangers meet and attempt to fill their loneliness with each others' need.
Apart from Georgia Sherrington and Felicity Jones who play lead characters in both Weirdsister college and The Worst Witch: Jessica Fox, Stephanie Lane and Kate Duchêne are the only other actresses to make an appearance in both series. See more »
The Worst Witch was part of my childhood when it first started airing and I loved the books as well, and I still love it today at 17. Wierdsister College was an interesting TV series, derived from the books by Jill Murphy. I do not think it is as good as the Worst Witch, but it is a decent series. Of course the stories aren't as planned out and as original as the ones in the Worst Witch. And there are several characters who I adored in the Worst Witch like Miss Hardbroom and Maud that sadly are missing. But on its own, Wierdsister College is pretty good. The acting is very spirited, especially from Georgina Sherrington and Felicity Jones as Ethel, the music is good and the special effects and camera work are decent. There are also some memorable and funny moments that make the series watchable, and the writing is above average. Shame it didn't last longer, because this was not bad at all, not as good as Worst Witch, but worth a peek. 8/10 Bethany Cox
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