David is a cult film fanatic with a particularly unhealthy appetite for the darker end of the cinematic spectrum. An English/Scottish Lit grad and sometime high-school teacher with writing and film-making aspirations, David cites Tobe Hooper’s The Texas Chain Saw Massacre as the greatest film of all time, followed closely by National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (a perennial classic cruelly denied Oscar glory - Randy Quaid should have been a shoo-in for Best Supporting Actor at least).
When not spreading Harmony Korine’s Trash Humpers gospel or regaling rapt listeners with the unheralded virtues of various celluloid underdogs, David also indulges his passion for music, attending gigs and festivals worldwide and contributing to Soundsphere magazine.
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Latest Film Reviews
Portmanteau film about the owners of a dachshund.
Sixty-five years after a serial killer terrorised a small town... the murders begin again.
A janitor is trapped in the toilets when a zombie outbreak strikes the office party.
A mechanic hooks up with Optimus Prime as alien robots trick humans into hunting down the Autobots.
A chef trying to recover his flagging reputation finds inspiration in romance.
Two young reporters visit a secretive religious group.
Two friends trying to drown their sorrows meet a bored married couple who engage them in a series of increasingly bloody and dangerous bets.
A couple with a new baby get into a dispute with the frat boys who have moved in next door.
Schmidt and Jenko go undercover at a college.
Students decide to resurrect the dead.
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