Dave Taylor

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I work, I watch movies and I parent.  That’s it.

Favorite films

  • Big Trouble in Little China
  • True Romance
  • A Clockwork Orange
  • Natural Born Killers

Recent activity

  • Iron Man


  • Freddie Mercury: The Final Act


  • Joy Ride


  • Ghostbusters: Afterlife


Recent reviews

  • Iron Man

    Iron Man


    My wife has pulled the trigger on showing The Infinity Saga to the kids so this is the start of a very long journey. The original Iron Man is a great introduction to the Marvel universe, both with introducing memorable characters like Tony Stark, but also with an intriguing (though slightly small in scope) story arc. That metal heart piece added some really memorable and intense scenes…scenes that are harder and harder to come by with each new Marvel property introduced.

    Iron Man went over really well and got the kids excited for this franchise…I’m worried that The Incredible Hulk might have the opposite effect 😬.

  • Freddie Mercury: The Final Act

    Freddie Mercury: The Final Act


    Actual breakdown of documentary:

    34% Freddy Mercury 

    33% Gay people in general and the AIDS epidemic

    33% Live Aid

    If I ever got the opportunity to meet Slash and was only allowed to ask him one question, it would be: ‘What was the thought process behind wearing a shirt with the poster for the movie Nekromantik on it at Live Aid?!? 🤔🤣

Popular reviews

  • Sonic the Hedgehog 2

    Sonic the Hedgehog 2


    For a long time, Sonic the Hedgehog was my son’s favorite movie.

    He had a Sonic the Hedgehog birthday cake.

    He went as Sonic for Halloween.

    Needless to say, we NEEDED to see part 2 ASAP.

    And even though it cost damn near $100, I bought the family D-Box tickets (where the seats move and shake to the action in the movie) to further enhance the experience.

    My wife watched more of my son’s reactions through the movie than the…

  • Black Christmas

    Black Christmas


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Respect and enjoyment do not always come in equal measure. I respect the hell out of ‘Black Christmas,’ for not only it’s place in history as being the first ‘slasher’ but also for taking Christmas off it’s untouchable high horse in the predominant culture. Beyond these obvious points, it also has amazingly effective sound design, and many creepy-ass moments, such as any one of the numerous phone calls or whenever they cut to the first victim relaxing in the attic.…