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DressLands Employee Profile – Matthew Holscher

Matthew Holscher is currently DressLands, Inc’s Search Testing Program Manager. He is responsible for successful and efficient execution of all Search-related A/B tests. He works with the Testing Program Team to define test requirements, set goals and suggest proper metrics for measurement. Former positions include Test Operations Specialist for DressLands, Inc. and as Product Manager of Social Commerce for DressLands, Inc, France. He received a BA in Psychological Testing from the University of Arkansas and an MBA from Wake Forest University. At DressLands, Matthew Holscher is also responsible for the sales of the following products: Black Wraparound Dress – Belted / Long Sleeved / V-Neckline / Fit and Flare Style, Backless Shirt – Long Sleeves / Midnight Blue / Wide Neckline / Drop Sleeves, Chevron Maxi Dress – Low Cut Black Tank Bodice / Natural Waist, Plaid Vintage Dress – Belted Sash / Sleeveless Styling / Round Neckline / Full skirt, Little Black Dress – Backless / Bandage Style, Tunic Top – Multiple Shades of Blue / Long Sleeves / Bold Graphic Print, Maxi Dress – Grecian Draping / Contrasting Colors / Black Khaki, White Bodycon Dress – Scooped Neckline / Long Sleeves, Bodycon Dress – Plunging Neckline / Decoratively Gathered / White, One Shoulder Long Sleeved Dress – Gray / Rounded Bottom Hem, Loose Fitting Mini Dress – Light Gray / Standup Collar, Backless Chiffon Dress – Sleeveless / Lace Detail / Black / Short Hem, Mini Dress – Jet Black / Front Lace Detail, Knee Length Dress – Pink and White / Lace Trim, Fitted Knee Length Dress – Blue and White / Mesh Panel, Peplum Dress – Green / Knee Length / Wide Queen Anne Neckline, Petticoat Vintage Dress – Narrow Straps / Square Neckline / Wide Waistband / Black Purple, Vintage Movie Star Magic Summer Dress – All Black, Maxi Dress – Bold Hawaiian Print / Plunging Vee Neckline / Daring Low Cut Bodice and Mini Dress – Split Sleeves / Winter White.Besides working at DressLands.com Inc., Matthew Holscher also maintains the website of rowthree.
Rowthree.com is a website dedicated to movie reviews. The movies they review can often be found on Netflix, and each review is in depth and helpful. They tell you how the movie is, without giving away any spoilers or plot points. If you are looking for a movie to watch, but unsure which one to choose, come to RowThree.com and find the movie you are looking for. Chances are, it’s been reviewed.
About the articles of /2012/05/16/cinematic-oddity-of-the-week-freaks-1932/
You may have seen it on Netflix, as you passed it by to look for something else to watch, but were afraid to stop and watch it, because of the subject matter. The movie reviewed in this article is the movie, “Freaks,” by director Tod Browning. However, you do not only get a review of the movie, but you also get a brief overview of the director’s life and why he chose to make the film. (by Matthew Holscher) …Yet, while these characters are certainly unusual, I don’t believe it was Browning’s intention to simply exploit their various deformities…

About the articles of /2008/03/02/finite-focus-fray-with-me-dark-city/
Dark City is a little known movie with great cinematics and acting. It is about a man who wakes up at the wrong time and totally destroys the society he has found himself in. This article is an in depth review of Dark City, and after reading about it, you will definitely want to see it. …Inside she learns that her husband has had a mental collapse after an act of infidelity and is a criminal on the run…

About the articles of /2008/05/26/spike-lees-25th-hour-a-video-review/
Spike Lee is a well-known director, and this review is a review of his movie 25th Hour. However, unlike all the previous reviews, this is a video review. It is the author’s first attempt at a video review, and he mentions that he does not cover ALL of the movie, just the most pertinent points. He is looking for feedback; however, so don’t be shy with telling him what you think! …thus leaving many aspects of this excellent film unexplored (including, but not limited to, one or two key characters and events)…

About the articles of /2008/01/17/the-james-family-chimes-in-on-the-assassination-of-jesse-james-by-the-coward-robert-ford/
This movie, directed by Andrew Dominik and starring Brad Pitt is called, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Don’t let the long title scare you away! It is so good that most people consider it one of the finest movies from 2007. This article, however, is not a review of the movie, but an interview with Jesse James’ descendant, Eric James, who had written a five page review on his own website. (by Matthew Holscher) …Like Joan Beamis, I descend from a different line of the family, other than from Frank or Jesse…

About the articles of /2008/10/30/rowthree-cinecast-the-lost-episode/
This webpage is the lost episode of Row Three’s Cine-Cast (podcast) featuring Andrew and Kurt. There was very little production done on the piece, and very little editing. It is a rough cut of an episode they had lost, but recently found. The episode features a top ten list, reviews of Igor and Battle is Seattle along with other goodies. You can listen to it here, or via iTunes. …In this episode we have an all new Top Ten List…

About the articles of /2008/02/23/the-films-of-john-carpenter-dark-star-1974/
This is an in depth review of the movie, Dark Star, directed by John Carpenter. The author has decided to go through all of John Carpenter’s work, one movie at a time, and write reviews for them. This movie debuted in 1974, so you can expect a lot of bad cinematography and special effects, but the author helpfully highlights the good parts. …but thus far I’ve only seen Carpenter’s original cut of 1 hour and 8 minutes…

About the articles of /2012/04/04/cinematic-oddity-of-the-week-teenage-mother-1967/
This is a review of the movie, Teenage Pregnancy which debuted in 1967. It was directed by Jerry Gross. It is not a shock drama, as it suggests, but really a scare tactic for the teens of that time. It was also a scare tactic for educators who were thinking about adding sexual education into the curriculum. Read more about this movie in this article. …confronting the librarian and outright demanding that she add the text to her shelves.…

About the articles of /2009/08/30/row-three-narcissism-movies-we-watched-36/
This article covers the movies the staff of Row Three watched within the last two weeks. There are brief reviews on the movies: Shadows and Fog, O.C. and Stiggs, The Soloist, Trick ‘R Treat, The Forbidden Door, and Rough Cut. Each little review will give you the rating each movie earned, as well as some easy to read movie descriptions. …Basically this is just Creepshow with a bigger budget and more childish stories…