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Hobo Radio 326 – Lawrence Gilliard, Jr.

Bob from The Walking Dead and D'Angelo Barksdale from The Wire may not seem that similar on paper, but both characters have a vulnerability and a tragic quality that gets you instantly invested in them, even as you fear for the worst. That's because they are both

Review – John Wick

Leave it to two stunt directors to finally give us an action movie where the action scenes truly shine. As I’ve ranted about countless times in these reviews, so many directors today rely on shaky camera, close cropped action scenes to mask the scenes flaws and to

Hobo Radio 325 – Simpsons producer Bill Schultz

From Stan Lee to The Simpsons, Bill Schultz has worked with some of the best in animation. And now he's collaborating with Dexter creator Jim Manos, Jr. on Jimmy Stones, a crowd-funded animated series about a down-on-his-luck man who talks to animals. Joel Murphy interviews Schultz about

Doctor Who – “Flatline”: If these walls could talk

I enjoyed this episode quite a bit. I thought it was a really smart choice to put Clara in charge, forcing her to become the Doctor by default. She’s been struggling with deciding whether or not he is a good man and now she got to see

From the Vault – One on One with Chad Coleman

In 2008, we talked to Coleman about everything from being fired as a stand-in on The Cosby Show to landing the role of Cutty on The Wire. It was a very candid interview, where Coleman opened up about the struggles of being a working actor while trying