David Lipari Jr.

David Lipari Jr.

Singer-songwriter for hire. Life long fan of cinema.

Favorite films

  • Gremlins 2: The New Batch
  • Candyman
  • Little Shop of Horrors
  • Big Trouble in Little China

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  • Super Power

    ★★★½

  • Anything for Jackson

    ★★★★

  • Escape from the Bronx

    ★★★★

  • The Reckoning

    ★★★★

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  • Super Power

    Super Power

    Anything involving Billy Chong is great. 'Kung Fu Zombie' is another favorite of mine. As far as highlights go, Chong and this teacher have to fight around priceless vases while trying to avoid hitting them at one point. It is an extremely charming scene. I'd reccomend this and ''Zombie' to anyone who likes comedy mixed with their martial arts.

  • Anything for Jackson

    Anything for Jackson

    A scare inducing indie with two elderly protagonists who are also the atangonists.

    The duo kidnaps a pregnant woman so that their dead grandson can soul hop into her unborn baby. Its a real kooky plan. Plus rather nefarious too if you ask me.

    This one not only attempts to give you a willy of a chill, but It actually succeeds. The scares are reminiscent of those that director James Wan has been known to deliver.

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  • Dog Eat Dog

    Dog Eat Dog

    ★★★½

    Get ready for a trip to crazy town folks. 'Dog Eat Dog' plays like Quentin Tarantino, Rob Zombie and Martin Scorsese's demented love child.

    Willem Dafoe gives a sadisticly memorable performance as a loose canon Ex-con with a tendency for screwing up(Think Johnny Boy in 'Mean Streets' meets Lennie in 'Of Mice and Men'). Nicolas Cage is also good here. Although more toned down than some of the previous cinematic lunatics he's portrayed.

    The writer of Taxi Driver pens and directs this eccentric crime thriller and it is a depraved experience to say the least.

  • I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore

    I Don't Feel at Home in This World Anymore

    ★★★★

    A dark, demented comedy featuring likeable characters that are a joy to hang out with. Melanie Lynskey' s character wishes to exercise her rights as a citizen to vigilante justice after her place is broken into and her goods are stolen.

    Elijah Wood plays her neighbor down the street. He is an open-minded, down to earth martial arts enthusiast with a respectful sense of honor and loyalty to his friends. The two of them go on a sluethy adventure to…