Bradley Archive

Documentary Review: ‘Do I Sound Gay?’

In a new documentary, director David Thorpe asked the self-reflecting question “Do I Sound Gay?” Along with celebrity commentators, including Tim Gunn, Margaret Cho, and George Takei, this intriguing and insightful documentary explores the stereotypical “gay voice”, its cultural influences, its structure, and subsequent ...Read More

DVD Review: ‘Gerontophilia’

Gerontophilia is a physical attraction to the elderly. It is also the name of a movie in which a young man discovers he may have “a fetish” for elderly men. This unconventional love story does have moments of sincerity, sweetness, and tenderness; but it ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘7 Minutes’

Many of us probably take time for granted. We wake, go to work, grab a bite or two, maybe spend time with friends or loved ones, go home, go to bed, all the while wasting minutes or even hours on nothing special. But our ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Pernicious’

The word “pernicious” has a few similar meanings: causing insidious harm, deadly, evil. In the movie that carries the name Pernicious, the word is an apt fit for the spirit of a little girl; murdered by her family and out for revenge with almost ...Read More

DVD Review: ‘Cupcakes’ Is Delightful

After watching their country get represented by a less than stellar performance on the international singing competition program “UniverSong” (a parody of the annual “Eurovision Song Contest”) and trying to cheer up a friend who has hit some speed bumps on her life’s journey, ...Read More

DVD Review: ‘The Encounter’

Colin Bastrow (Clint James) is the only known survivor after a weekend camping trip with his wife and friends takes an unbelievable turn for the worse. Thanks to camera footage from multiple sources; including Colin, a couple hunters, and a park ranger named Alice ...Read More