Excerpt: Hope City has an inspiring name, but its streets have become overrun with crime. When a hobo (Rutger Hauer) arrives and plans to start a new life, he discovers how far gone Hope City has become.
Excerpt: The Rutger Hauer starring "Hobo With A Shotgun" is, frankly, not something I ever expected to see. Jason Eisener 's feature length adaptation of his own winning Grindhouse trailer is the type of film you expect to find in a grimy, somewhat dodgy and dark video rental store.
Excerpt: “Sometimes, on the street, a broom just ain’t gonna fucking cut it. That’s when you’ve got to get a shotgun!” In this film, never a truer word was spoken. If I’m honest, until Death Proof and Planet Terror came along in 2007 I’d never even heard of Grindhouse; and if I want to be even more honest, I...
Excerpt: The Film The whole point of exploitation cinema is that it's rough and ready. When Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino made Grindhouse, they wanted to celebrate the exploitation films that had inspired them and show the world what those kind of films would look like with bigger stars, bigger...
Summary: Movies are serious business. Box office numbers are like scripture readings to the brass who head the major studios. Even the independent filmmaker has to deal with the cold reality that it takes money to make a movie. Many find themselves somehow corrupted or changed by the atmosphere.
Excerpt: Ricky and Bubbles with a Shotgun The Film When aspiring director Jason Eisener entered his 2-minute fake trailer into the Grindhouse contest back in 2007, he probably didn't expect what would come next.
Excerpt: Hobo With a Shotgun stars Rutger Hauer as a Hobo who just happens to have a shotgun, in a city where a hobo with a shotgun isn’t necessarily frowned upon until said hobo with a shotgun starts using said shotgun. Then it’s a problem.