This week, Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle are joined by local improviser (and their friend) Andy McIntyre. And the guys discuss Mad Max: Fury Road director George Miller's eclectic career, Harry Shearer's decades of assholery and Harry Dean Stanten's bizarre antics.
Molly Regan takes the spotlight off of Josh Duggar and shines it on his overlooked sisters.
If you were anywhere near the Internet last week then you undoubtedly heard about the controversy caused by the final scene in “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.” Ramsay and Sansa were married, and in an event not that unpredictable, he rapes her to consummate their marriage, making Theon watch.
Hobo Stu recaps all of this week's action.
Fontina Turner shares her love for Benedict Cumberbatch and her recipe for Eggs Benedict Cumberbatch.
As the name would imply, the blonde bombshell Jacqueline is, indeed, a stripper. She is also a writer and a comedian who takes her experiences working in clubs across America and turns them into funny and engaging stories. Joel Murphy talks to Jacq the Stripper about how
Molly Regan talks about her experience watching the direct-to-DVD sequel Showgirls 2: Penny's From Heaven.
Can we all agree that this episode of Game of Thrones ended on pretty much the most somber note of the season thus far? We knew it would be bad. We know Ramsay is sadistic; we know Theon is broken; we know Sansa has been left to
Here's what's new on HoboTrashcan this week.
From its opening scene, Mad Max: Fury Road grabs you by the throat and doesn’t let go. It is apologetically unrelenting, never letting its heroes, or the audience, stop to catch their breath. The film opens with a disheveled, bearded and clearly broken Max Rockatansky (Tom Hardy)