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Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Three and a half out of Five ‘Staches.

The inspiration for “The Horse Whisperer,” Buck Brannaman is a man who needs people to understand that abusing an animal to train them is not the way to get results. And while for Buck, the animal in question is always a horse, the message he delivers carries a deeper meaning for all animals, including us humans. Continue Reading »

Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Two and a Half out of Five ‘Staches.

If you decide to go see “Beautiful Boy” due to name alone, let me assure you; the film has nothing to do with John Lennon or the song of the same name. A harrowing tale of the parents of a young man who shoots up his school, “Beautiful Boy” gets marks for taking a side of a story most people would stay away from. On the other hand, it never really chooses what story it is trying to tell. Continue Reading »

Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Three out of Five ‘Staches.

Super hero movies are nothing new and this year is packed full of them. With the pressure “The Dark Knight” put on the genre and the positive feedback from this years first big contender, ‘Thor,” a movie like “X-men: First Class” has a lot of competition. While being the first X-Men film to follow up the atrocity that is “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” “X-Men: First Class” doesn’t have to work too hard to immediately be considered a better movie. Luckily for the viewing audience, “X-Men: First Class” is a pretty decent movie in its own right. Continue Reading »

Movie Review by Matthew Schuchman- Four out of Five ‘Staches.

Reclusive filmmaker, Terrence Malick is back again with his fifth film in the last 40 years. In his attempt to answer the ultimate question of life, the universe and everything; Malick’s answer is definitely not, 42. The film will confuse people; there is no doubt about it. While others will be turned off by its slow pace and unconventional structure. But if you sit and take the time to analyze the film, the end result of all its parts, is quite amazing. Continue Reading »

We recently sat down with Andre Overdal, the writer and director of “The Troll Hunter.” Below are some audio cuts of the interview. “The Troll Hunter” is available on demand now and will go into theaters on June 10th. However, if you are in NYC, our friends over at Cinemit.com are holding a free screening of the movie on Sunday, May 22nd.  Head over to Cinemit for all the details and check here to read our review of the film if you missed it.

Andre Overdal on…

1. the film’s reception.

2. if there were a lot of different ideas that were never used.

3. the decision to cast actors who are known for being comedians.

4. choosing to have the actors follow an improv style.

5. if the improv style ever got in the way of the effects.

6. if his next project has started.

7. having Hollywood interested in him.

The ‘Staches review for “Bridesmaids” is running exclusively at, Cinemit.com. Click on the picture above to be taken to the review.