Bradley Archive

Movie Review: ‘Beacon Point’

The more I think about Beacon Point, the more irritated I become. The synopsis I read called it a “highly-anticipated science-fiction thriller”. I love sci-fi, but if Beacon Point is science-fiction, then Hunger Games is a comedy. I’ll give it credit as a thriller, ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Devil’s Candy’

Ethan Embry is virtually unrecognizable as a struggling painter with an otherworldly muse that threatens his family and community. The Devil’s Candy is an intriguing horror film that will keep one on the edge of their seats or at least make them more cautious ...Read More

Blu-ray Review: ‘100 Streets’

Primarily following three British men, 100 Streets tells a handful of stories providing a slice-of-life dramatic insight into three different social structures within a small section of London. The movie features some great actors and the stories had great thought-provoking ideals. But I was ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Kiki’

Kiki showcases several young LGBT members who participate in a supportive house system, where they get to pick their family members and they work together to win competitions that range from dancing to pageantry. The film is an eye-opening and riveting documentary exploring a ...Read More