Bradley Archive

Movie Review: ‘A Taxi Driver’

In May of 1980, a struggling taxi driver in Seoul, Korea weasels his way into a fare that he believes will be easy and lucrative. Unbeknownst to him, he’s agreed to drive a reporter straight into the heart of a city under siege by ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Last Rampage’

In July of 1978, a convicted murderer named Gary Tison escaped from an Arizona State prison, with the help of his three sons and cell mate, Randy Greenawalt. Nearly 40 years later, Last Rampage recounts these events and the few days afterward as Gary ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Red Christmas’

Abortion! Do I have your attention? Does the word make you want to read this posting? The movie Red Christmas gambles that the topic is ripe for a great horror film; they were wrong. In the first few minutes, the movie plays several sound ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Suburban Cowboy’

The last movie I wrote about was rather dull. Quite frankly, it was bad; exploring the ins and outs of a mafia family and their “business” in a manner that made me fall asleep thrice. In a way, Suburban Cowboy reminds me of that ...Read More

Blu-ray Review: ‘Kill Switch’

An experiment to create virtually unlimited clean energy goes horribly awry and it is up to one man to save the whole universe. Need I say more? Yes? Ok. Kill Switch is a futuristic sci-fi adventure debut from acclaimed writer-director Tim Smit. Part of ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Battleship Island’

Some of the many horrors of war are on display again in The Battleship Island. Loosely based on true events during the Second World War, Battleship Island follows roughly 400 Koreans as they are lured into slave labor under the colonial rule of Japan ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Trust Fund’

“There’s all kinds of opportunities. You just have to choose what you want, and what’s worth waiting for.” This quote is from the pleasantly surprising new film, Trust Fund. It is a mix of romantic and family drama with a little bit of an ...Read More