Rated NR · 86 minutes · 2011

Action, Adventure, Crime drama
Rutger Hauer gets his best role in years as the Hobo, a fed-up homeless man looking for justice in a city where the cops lack power, and youth violence has run wild. When the authorities refuse to help, Hobo gets a shotgun and blasts some holes in bad guys. Directed in a crazy fashion by Jason Eisener, this is an incredibly violent film, with many beheadings and disembowelments. Hauer seems to be having loads of fun, and Eisner has a good touch with insane comic-book violence. It might be a little too much for some, though.
Official Site: www.magnetreleasing.com/hobowithashotgun
Director: Jason Eisener
Producer: Rob Cotterill, Niv Fichman, Frank Siracusa, Mark Slone and Victor Loewy
Cast: Rutger Hauer, Gregory Smith, Molly Dunsworth, Brian Downey and Nick Bateman


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Portland Mercury Aiming to Please Hobo with a Shotgun: That's a hobo, all right. And he certainly has a shotgun. by Dave Bow 05/19/2011
The Coast Halifax Hobo With A Shotgun hits its target Jason Eisener strikes gory gold. by Matt Semansky 03/31/2011
Charleston City Paper Talking with Hobo With a Shotgun director Jason Eisener That was totally our goal, to make that kind of movie. It’s like when you’re in grade school and you hear the older kids talking about the movies their dads let them watch. by Kevin Young 06/07/2011
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The Coast Halifax Jason Eisener’s big shot From game-player and movie-watcher to bloody auteur, the Dartmouth filmmaker’s moment is here by Carsten Knox 03/24/2011
The Coast Halifax Molly with a shotgun Halifax actor Molly Dunsworth talks to Aaron Webber about True Romance, local research and taking the non-hobo lead in Hobo with a Shotgun. by Aaron Webber 02/10/2011
Boise Weekly Hobo With A Shotgun Goes From Fake Trailer to Real Film The movie was originally a fake film trailer produced to promote the release of Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's double feature Grindhouse. by Lizzy Duffy 07/06/2011
Charleston City Paper Hobo With a Shotgun is exploitation at its finest As a winner of an international fake-trailer contest to promote the release of Grindhouse, Jason Eisener's sleazy, depraved entry emboldened him to make a full-length feature. by Kevin Young 04/27/2011

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