Articles by Rob Bradfield

Review of Lucha VaVoom’s Cinco de Mayan: Celebrating the Battle of Puebla in the City of Angels

Review of Lucha VaVoom’s Cinco de Mayan: Celebrating the Battle of Puebla in the City of Angels Lucha VaVoom is always known for putting on a hell of a show - add the Cinco de Mayo weekend into the mix, and it was a party for the ages

¡Viva VaVoom! Lucha VaVoom Celebrates Cinco de Mayo with First Ever Weekend Shows in LA (Preview)

¡Viva VaVoom! Lucha VaVoom Celebrates Cinco de Mayo with First Ever Weekend Shows in LA (Preview) Now in its 10th year of bringing first-class Lucha Libre and burlesque to the Los Angeles area, Lucha VaVoom holds its first ever weekend shows at The Mayan for Cinco de Mayo

Preview: Vans’ Warped Tour 2012 Kickoff Party featuring A Special Screening of ‘No Room for Rockstars’

Preview: Vans’ Warped Tour 2012 Kickoff Party featuring A Special Screening of ‘No Room for Rockstars’ The 2012 Vans' Warped Tour kicks off Thursday with a concert, and a special screening of the Warped tour doc, 'No Room for Rockstars'

Disney Barn at Griffith Park - Walt's "Thinking Spot"

Disney Barn at Griffith Park - Walt's "Thinking Spot" Walt Disney's barn, considered by many to be the "birthplace of Imagineering, is open to the public on the third Sunday every month, and for fans of Disney, it's a must see

¡Ring of Terror! Preview of Lucha VaVoom’s Halloween Brawl

¡Ring of Terror! Preview of Lucha VaVoom’s Halloween Brawl One of Los Angeles' finest Lucha Libre events, Lucha VaVoom brings its unique brand of 'sexo y violencia' to the legendary Mayan for two Halloween shows

Screamfest LA 2011 is Off to a Strong Start - Review of Opening Night

Screamfest LA 2011 is Off to a Strong Start - Review of Opening Night With Korean scifi thriller, Sector 7, and a party at Twist, the Screamfest LA horror film festival showed that, from now until October 23rd, Hollywood & Highland is the only place for horror movie fans to be

Review of Shriekfest 2011 - The Perfect Kickoff to the Halloween Movie Season

Review of Shriekfest 2011 - The Perfect Kickoff to the Halloween Movie Season For fans of horror movies, the 11th annual Shriekfest film festival was the only place to be

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Review

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Review Cleverly disguised as a "Hicksploitation" flick, Eli Craig's "Tucker & Dale vs. Evil," is a cautionary tale about judging a book by its cover... and it's bloody hysterical, too

The 11th Annual Shriekfest at Raleigh Studios - Preview

The 11th Annual Shriekfest at Raleigh Studios - Preview For over a decade now, Denise Gossett's Shriekfest has provided horror fans with first looks, and sneak peeks, at the genre's next biggest things

Coming Soon: The 2011 AFI Fest presented by Audi at Mann’s Chinese

Coming Soon: The 2011 AFI Fest presented by Audi at Mann’s Chinese For the third consecutive year, American Film Institute is offering free tickets to AFI Fest presented by Audi. This year's opening night gala: Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar' starring Leonardo DiCaprio

Review of Disney's D23 Expo 2011 (part one)

Review of Disney's D23 Expo 2011 (part one) Last weekend, Disney's second D23 Expo (the "Comic-Con" Disney fans) at the Anaheim Convention Center offered an unprecedented look behind the scenes at all aspects of the media giant. In this installment - Disney Legends and the Walt Disney Studios

Review of Michael Biehn's 'The Victim' - Good Ol' Fashioned Exploitation at Its Finest

Review of Michael Biehn's 'The Victim' - Good Ol' Fashioned Exploitation at Its Finest The only problem fans of grindhouse films will have with Michael Biehn's directorial debut, "The Victim," is that it may be really hard to find in theaters

Disney’s D23 Expo Returns to the Anaheim Convention Center August 19-21

Disney’s D23 Expo Returns to the Anaheim Convention Center August 19-21 Disney's second D23 Expo promises to be a weekend of full immersion in the past, present and future of everything under the roof at the House of Mouse; exclusive merchandise; and of course, surprise celebrity appearances

Heroes, and Villains, and Geeks, Oh My! Review of San Diego Comic-Con - part two

Heroes, and Villains, and Geeks, Oh My! Review of San Diego Comic-Con - part two A trip to Comic-Con can be a mixed blessing: The upshot - exclusive toys and comics, rare collectibles, the hottest announcements in pop culture and CELEBS! Then again, the San Diego trolleys aren't the only thing packed to capacity with rude people

'Attack the Block' Review - Inner City v. Outer Space

'Attack the Block' Review - Inner City v. Outer Space Fans of 80's creature features rejoice! "Tintin" co-writer Joe Cornish's "Attack the Block," combines elements of "Gremlins," "Critters," and even "The Warriors," to make an alien invasion picture worthy of a drive-in theater in 1982

Heroes, and Villains, and Geeks, Oh My! Review of San Diego Comic-Con - part one

Heroes, and Villains, and Geeks, Oh My!  Review of San Diego Comic-Con - part one Major movie announcements, A-List celebrities, and "everything your heart desires," were all at the International Comic-Con in San Diego last weekend. In this installment: Comic-Con fun that WASN'T in the Convention Center and... TOYS

Captain America: The First Avenger - Review

Captain America: The First Avenger - Review Can't make it to Comic-Con this weekend? Joe Johnston's 'Captain America: The First Avenger," is jam packed with comic book goodness

'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Sneak Peek at Cal Tech Review - The Calm Before the Revolution

'Rise of the Planet of the Apes' Sneak Peek at Cal Tech Review - The Calm Before the Revolution Thursday's sneak peek at the latest installment of the "Planet of the Apes" franchise was part behind the scenes look at the upcoming film, as well as an informative lecture about Great Apes, and our relationship with them

'Attack the Block' - Free Screening at the New Beverly Cinema

'Attack the Block' - Free Screening at the New Beverly Cinema The New Bev wants to treat you to a screening of Los Angeles Film Fest Audience Award winner, Joe Cornish's "Attack the Block"

Go Fest! Review of the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival

Go Fest! Review of the 2011 Los Angeles Film Festival With the summer movie season in full swing, Film Independent's 17th Annual Los Angeles Film Festival offered alternatives for fans of off-the-beaten-path cinema, and sneak peeks at the next big things

Review of Transformers BotCon 2011 - More Than Meets The Eye

Review of Transformers BotCon 2011 - More Than Meets The Eye Before "Dark of the Moon" hits theaters later this month, Transformers BotCon 2011 rolled into the Pasadena Convention Center

The Ghouls Next Door Review - Weekend of Horrors XXV

The Ghouls Next Door Review - Weekend of Horrors XXV Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Creation Entertainment's Weekend of Horrors is the gold standard in pop-culture gatherings for fans of Dark Entertainment

Weekend of Horrors 2011 celebrates 25 years of Dark Entertainment

Weekend of Horrors 2011 celebrates 25 years of Dark Entertainment The 25th Annual Weekend of Horrors is in town this weekend, if you’re a fan of goblins, ghouls, knife-wielding maniacs and other things that go “bump” in the night, it’s the only place to be

“Hobo with a Shotgun” Review - Hobo Demands Change

“Hobo with a Shotgun” Review - Hobo Demands Change If you see one film about a weapon-toting transient this year, let “Hobo with a Shotgun” be it

Mutants and Monsters converge on Anaheim Convention Center. Good time had by all (Review of WizardWorld Anaheim)

Mutants and Monsters converge on Anaheim Convention Center. Good time had by all (Review of WizardWorld Anaheim) Last weekend's Anaheim Convention Center stop for the WizardWorld Tour was a great primer for "The Summer of the Geek."

'Cave of Forgotten Dreams' Review - 3D done right by Werner Herzog

 'Cave of Forgotten Dreams' Review - 3D done right by  Werner Herzog Werner Herzog shows that 3D is more than just a parlor trick, and becomes his own "Herzog-ian" hero in his latest documentary

Universal Studio Holiday Celebration Review - Have Yourself a Merry Little Grinchmas

Universal Studio Holiday Celebration Review - Have Yourself a Merry Little Grinchmas Rather than trying to evoke the feeling of places that - for lack of a better way to put it - aren’t Southern California, Universal Studios' Grinchmas celebrates it

Rubber Film Review - Tire Terrorizes Desert Community in Quentin Depieux's Film

Rubber Film Review - Tire Terrorizes Desert Community in Quentin Depieux's Film Quentin Dupieux's 'Rubber,' the story of a homicidal tire with psychokinetic powers, might just be the next big thing in cult classics

Film Review - Black Death

Film Review - Black Death Though the ad campaign indicates a "Knights vs. Zombies" tale, Christopher Smith's Black Death is actually a more nuanced film in the tradition of Hammer Studios

The Hollywood Christmas Parade: The Grand Tradition Continues

The Hollywood Christmas Parade: The Grand Tradition Continues Despite high winds and record low temperature, throngs of Angelinos lined Hollywood Boulevard for the 82nd annual Hollywood Christmas Parade

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