There's no question Jason Eisner's Hobo with a Shotgun has been very well received on the festival circuit, and honestly? What's not to like? Graphic violence! Hookers! Mayhem! Rutger Hauer! If that doesn't sell you, we don't know what will.
Our man on the scene in Sundance, Kalebson, just sent on over the transcript of the post screening Q&A from Jason Eisener's Hobo With a Shotgun (review here)! Dig it!
Reviewed by Kalebson Starring Rutger Hauer, Molly Dunsworth, Gregory Smith, Brian Downey, Nick Bateman
Hobo with a Shotgun will be making its world premiere at Sundance Film Festival as part of the Park City at Midnight section, and to celebrate the flick's arrival, we have a brand new bit of artwork for you guys to leave a coin in our styrofoam cup for.
Oh, Magnet Releasing. How we love thee! With its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival next month as part of the Park City at Midnight section right around the corner, Hobo with a Shotgun has secured itself some distro!
If only for the title, Hobo with a Shotgun cannot get here soon enough. I mean, come on! Rutger Hauer as a derelict on a killing spree? How could you not be excited? We're sure that when the flick debut's at this year's Sundance, people are just gonna eat it up so to whet your appetites ... new stills!
Cool one-sheets and lobby cards, sadly, have become a bit of a lost art form. Thankfully there are some individuals out there who remember there's a lot more to advertising than just floating heads. Enter these new goodies for Hobo with a Shotgun!
Finally the moment has come! The trailer debut for Jason Eisener's batshit insane new film Hobo with a Shotgun is finally here and it's every single twisted thing we could have hoped for! Dig it! Not sure what in the world this flick is? Way back in 2007 Jason Eisner created a faux trailer called Hobo With a Shotgun for the Grindhouse trailer competition. It went over big (and how could it not with a title like that?), and as a result a feature is on the way with none other than Rutger Hauer as the gun-toting street urchin.
Speaking as a producer, and a person who's been on many a film set, believe me when I tell you there have been plenty of times when the powers-that-be would like nothing more than to take said producer(s) and torture the shit outta them. Filmmaker Jason Eisener got to do just that to producer Niv Fichman on the set of Hobo with a Shotgun, and we've got the video proof!
Hobo With a Shotgun is in week number four of production, and already there are two more videos to whet your whistles for the insanity to come! That's right, kids! It's time for a press conference you won't soon forget along with a pretty damned hilarious video of a rookie cop facing the apocalypse!
We just never get tired of reporting on a movie whose title reads Hobo With a Shotgun. How could we? It's just so damned promising! For those not playing along just yet, way back in 2007 Jason Eisener created a faux trailer called Hobo With a Shotgun for the Grindhouse trailer competition. It went over big, and as a result the filmmaker promised a feature would be on the way with none other than Rutger Hauer as the gun-toting street urchin. Ready for the first official still?
Things are buzzing along quite nicely for the Rutger Hauer Grindhouse inspired vehicle, Hobo With a Shotgun. Don't believe us? Well, here is a hefty cache of behind-the-scenes goodies that are likely to convince the hell out of you!
Way back in 2007 Jason Eisner created a faux trailer called Hobo With a Shotgun for the Grindhouse trailer competition. It went over big (and how could it not with a title like that?), and as a result last week the filmmaker promised a feature would be on the way with none other than Rutger Hauer as the gun-toting street urchin. He wasn't kidding! Ready for your first look?
You want cool? We're talking really cool? Then you need to check out Jason Eisener's short film Treevenge. We don't care what you're doing. Screw your job and your boss. Let the baby cry. Turn off your TV talk shows! WATCH THIS NOW!
Reviewed by Johnny Butane Starring Mike Cleven, Glen Matthews, Kristin Slaney Directed by Jason Eisener “Brilliant” isn’t a word I like to use a lot when it comes to reviewing horror; very few films can boast all the right elements to be granted such a distinction, but Jason Eisener’s follow up to the Grindhouse-award winning film “Hobo With a Shotgun” cannot, with any fairness, be called anything else.