Hobo With a Shotgun (Eisener, 2011)

A nasty Grindhouse surprise. Hobo With a Shotgun is so much more than guts and guns. It’s got an artistry and tone that is surreal in nature, and the bleached out colors and haunting compositions prove first-time director Jason Eisener is a talent to watch. Check out my review for Examiner.com.

4 thoughts on “Hobo With a Shotgun (Eisener, 2011)

  1. I noticed you didn’t mention me, or the large amount of beers we knocked back while viewing this movie. Oh well, maybe next time.

  2. I thought that would be, at the very least, inappropriate considering I’m trying to be taken seriously as a film critic. But hey, what the hell. Twas fun!

  3. So that’s what I lacked while watching this film: a good drunken stupor. I still love you, Glenn, but I have to say that your more-than-approval of this movie did try our relationship, briefly. (But I got over it.)

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