When three friends take a Euro trip in search of parties and sex, they find more than they bargained for in a Slovakian chamber of horrors. Tiffany Bradford reviews Eli Roth's Hostel.
When rogue terrorist-fighting squad Team America learns North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il may be brokering weapons of mass destruction to terrorists, they make it their mission to locate and destroy the evil despot. From the makers of South Park, comes one of the filthiest, funniest and most offensive films ever acted by marionettes and there's even some graphic puppet sex to boot. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Team America: World Police.
When an American exchange student living in Japan enters a home that was the scene of a horrific double murder/suicide, she comes face-to-face with a deadly curse that intends to claim her as its next victim. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of The Grudge.
Director Tony Scott delivers another entry into the ever-popular revenge film sub-genre. John Creasy's job is to protect the young daughter of a wealthy couple in Mexico City. When he fails and she is kidnapped, he goes after those involved and makes them pay with their lives. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Man on Fire.
First time director Jonathan Hensleigh offers up yet another comic book-to-film adaptation. This time around it's Marvel Comics' vigilante antihero Frank Castle who gets the big screen treatment. After his family is ruthlessly slaughtered by Howard Saint and company, Castle pursues and violently punishes them one-by-one. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of The Punisher.
Picking up where Resident Evil left off, a genetically-altered Alice wakes up to find Raccoon City now infected with the T-virus and sealed off from the outside world. She, along with a ragtag group of survivors must find a way out while avoiding zombies and a new threat in the form of the deadly Nemesis. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Resident Evil: Apocalypse.
Five years on from Pitch Black, Richard B. Riddick is happily living alone on an ice planet until a mercenary comes to collect him and the bounty on his head. As the last surviving warrior of the Furion race, it's up to Riddick to defeat the evil Necromongers and save the galaxy. The silvery-eyed antihero is back and this time he's really pissed off. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of The Chronicles of Riddick.
Thirty one years ago, Fathers Lankester Merrin and Damian Karras performed an exorcism on a possessed young girl to rid her of the demon Pazuzu. The exorcism was a success, but it wasn't the first time Father Merrin had crossed paths with the demon. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Exorcist: The Beginning.
When billionaire Charles Bishop Weyland learns of an ancient pyramid buried beneath the frozen wasteland of Antarctica, he along with scientists and adventurers form an expedition to investigate. But once there, they become trapped in the middle of a war between Alien offspring and coming-of-age Predators in the ultimate battle of evil. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Alien Vs. Predator.
When graphic artist Patience Phillips learns a horrifying secret about the cosmetics company she works for, she is murdered by the company's owners. But after being brought back to life by a mystical cat, she is reincarnated as a sexy-outfitted heroine out to seek justice against those responsible for her death. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Catwoman.
Winner of the prestigious Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes Film Festival and the centre of loads of controversy even before its release, Michael Moore's eagerly-anticipated indictment of the war on Iraq, the events of September 11th and George Bush's 'fictitious presidency' finally hits the big screen. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Fahrenheit 9/11.
Imagine having to eat all of your daily meals at a McDonald's restaurant for thirty days, ordering everything on their menu at least once and having it "super sized" if the cashier asks you. That's exactly what Morgan Spurlock did in this funny and thought-provoking documentary/experiment about the fast food industry's role in America's alarming obesity epidemic. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Super Size Me.
After a Fairy Tale marriage and honeymoon, Shrek and his ogre-licious bride Princess Fiona are summoned by her parents, the King and Queen of Far Far Away to receive their blessing, but things get messy when the Royals meet their son-in-law and see their daughter's extreme new makeover. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Shrek 2.
When Paul and Jessie Duncan lose their only child Adam in a fatal accident on his eighth Birthday, they are approached by a scientist who tells them he can clone the boy. They agree to the procedure and all is well the first 8 years of the cloned Adam's life, but things take an ominous turn as he passes the date of the first Adam's death. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Godsend.
When 16-year old Cady becomes a new student at an Illinois High School, she's accepted by the school's snobbish a-list the Plastics, but, when she falls for the ex-boyfriend of one of them, payback isn't the only thing that's going to be a bitch. Tiffany Bradford reviews a film after her own heart, the US theatrical release of Mean Girls.
Following the recent popularity of comic book-to-film adaptations, director Guillermo del Toro delivers a second entry to the genre. Based on Mike Mignola's Dark Horse comic book, it's the story of a demon turned righteous crusader who loves pancakes, kittens and kicking ass. Tiffany Bradford reviews the US theatrical release of Hellboy.
Tiffany Bradford has reviewed the US theatrical release of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), a surprisingly good horror film in its own right, but nowhere near the level of genius of the Tobe Hooper 1974 cult classic it remade.
Tiffany Bradford has reviewed the US theatrical release of Cabin Fever, director Eli Roth's genre-confused gorefest about a group of college graduates on Holiday in a remote cabin battling a mysterious flesh-eating virus.
Tiffany Bradford has reviewed the Region 1 release of Final Destination 2 (Infini Film Version), the much-hyped, but poor sequel to the sleeper hit Final Destination given a fantastic DVD treatment by New Line.
<b>Tiffany Bradford</b> has reviewed the Region 1 release of <a href="index.cgi?page=Review&id=1670&story=5189">House of 1000 Corpses</a>, Rob Zombie's controversial masterpiece that took three years to find a Distributor. Lions Gate has given the film a fantastic-looking DVD treatment.<p><p>