Archive for May, 2011

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. (more…)


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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.

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

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

At one point, I remember Paul Bettany was a promising actor. Now he just seems to turn up in roles as either a man of the cloth, an angel or a mixture of both. The films he plays these characters in, also tend to be very poor when it comes to storytelling and actual entertainment, “Priest” is no different. (more…)

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The ‘Stache has given our review of Michael Rapaport’s documentary on ground breaking hip hop outfit, A Tribe Called Quest, to IPaintMyMind to run exclusively on their site. To read our review, just click on the picture above.

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

When someone close to you passes away, you need something or someone to help you through those times. The character of Hesher in the film of the same name is basically the living manifestation of the healing power of heavy metal. What starts off as a fairly funny twist on a”fairy godmother” tale, falls apart as the serious nature of “Hesher” takes over. (more…)

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On May 6th I conducted an interview with Jason Eisner; Director of the insanely fantastic, “Hobo With A Shotgun.” Below are his audio excerpts from the interview proceeded with a short description of the question. Enjoy!

Jason Eisner on…

…the film’s success.

…whether at any point he felt the film was either going too far over the edge or not far enough.

…if at any point did he think to himself, not only do I have Rutger Hauer in my film, but he is really into it.

…how the film has created new buzz for Rutger.

…making the comedy work and writing about bears.

…The Plauge.

…his new project.

…the possibility of Rutger Hauer participating in the new project.

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