Bradley Archive

Movie Review: ‘Pig’

Do you prefer fun, happy, exiting, uplifting movies? Then Pig is not the movie for you. However, if you prefer emotional, dreary, and borderline depressing movies with fancy food and a deeper meaning, then Pig might be the movie for you. Nicolas Cage sets ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Funhouse’

Imagine Celebrity Big Brother but people die when they get voted out of the house, like the Doctor Who episode “Bad Wolf”, but less family friendly. That is the premise of the new horror film, Funhouse. Eight “celebrities” from across the globe sign up ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Enhanced’

A sinister government organization. A group on enhanced mutants. Dynamics between hunter and prey change when facing a common enemy. Sound intriguing? While the familiar premise might be wearing thin in some regards, Enhanced has enough going for it to make it an entertaining ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Me You Madness’

There is one word that perfectly describes Me You Madness… and it is right there in the title: Madness. Louise Linton’s first stab at writing and directing is splendidly silly, strikingly stunning, and superbly satisfying for those seeking a laugh, so long as you ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Don’t Tell A Soul’

Two teenage brothers find themselves in a whole lot of trouble when a troubled security guard falls into a well after catching them stealing from an elderly woman whose house is being fumigated. The brothers clash with each other about how to handle the ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Embattled’

Embattled is a surprisingly moving and engaging family drama set in and around the world of MMA fighting. It follows a formerly estranged father and son as they try to advance the son’s career as an MMA fighter, following in the footsteps of his ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Fatman’

Fatman is a jolly good action/thriller/comedy starring Mel Gibson and Walton Goggins. While some of the intended comedic elements did not really hit their marks, the action, plot, and main actors/characters work well enough on their own to create an entertaining thrill ride; so ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Informer’

Joel Kinnaman (Robocop 2014, House of Cards) takes the lead in this dramatic crime thriller from writer/director Andrea Di Stefano (Escobar: Paradise Lost) and writers Matt Cook (Angel Has Fallen) and Rowan Joffe (28 Weeks Later). While not a perfect film (what is), there ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Don’t Look Back’

Do you remember the final episode of Seinfeld? That episode that many people either loved or hated where the main group witnesses a crime, does nothing to stop it, and goes to jail? Well, the writer of Final Destination, Jeffery Reddick (in his feature ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Cagefighter’

Mixed Martial Arts and Pro Wrestling combine to make a formidable pairing in this new film from writer/director Jesse Quinones. Reiss Gibbons (Alex Montagnani) receives his fifth MMA title as the film starts and is on his way to being one of the greatest ...Read More