Here’s what’s new on HoboTrashcan.com this week:
Review – Bolt (Blu-ray)
John Travolta, Miley Cyrus and Malcolm McDowell all offer their voices to this Disney animated film, which was released this week on DVD and Blu-ray. We take a look at the film and reveal how it stacks up against the computer animated films of Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios.
Lost: Down the Hatch – The hard kill
Sayid killed a chicken, escaped from Dharma jail and attempted to alter the course of history. Chris Kirkman provides a brief recap and in-depth analysis of the Lost episode “He’s Our You” and explains how to make The Evil Twin, which is this week’s episode-inspired drink recipe.
Murphy’s Law – Saying goodbye to Boston
This week Joel Murphy said goodbye to Boston, the city that has been his home for the past two and a half years. Murphy reveals what he will miss most about the city and even shares a few things that he won’t miss about living in Beantown.
Note to Self – Only in Washington
Gilbert Arenas announced his plan to triumphantly return to action this weekend after being sidelined for nearly a year due to a knee injury. This week, Brian Murphy tries to talk Arenas out of playing, since no good can come from his return.
Outside of the In-Crowd – Things Assholes Like: Judging others
Courtney Enlow continues her popular “Things Assholes Like” series. This week, she focuses on assholes who like to pass judgment on others. She also makes the shocking announcement that she is actually one of those assholes, which you can’t actually judge her for without being an asshole yourself.
Overrated – Buffets
Many Americans love nothing more than sitting down at an all-you-can-eat buffet and eating as much food as their stomachs can handle, especially in these tough economic times. However, this week Ned Bitters explains why all-you-can-eat buffets are overrated.
– Hobo Stu
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