The lovely and charismatic Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Rachel Posner on House of Cards, talked to us about auditioning for the part originally listed as "Call Girl," Rachel's twisted relationship with Doug and that unforgettable scene inside the van in the season three finale.
Audio Interviews Archive
The audio version of our interview with Archer and Rick and Morty's Chris Parnell.
The audio version of our interview with Archer and Bob's Burgers' H. Jon Benjamin.
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
We recently announced that HoboTrashcan is hosting a Gathr screening of the award-winning indie film Coherence in Baltimore at the Landmark Harbor East on Oct. 23. To promote this screening, and the film itself, we talk to star Emily Baldoni.
To promote HoboTrashcan's Oct. 23 screening of Coherence, and the film itself, we present a special Hobo Radio podcast this week featuring interviews with the film's co-writer and director James Ward Byrkit and star Maury Sterling.
Dennis O'Neil is a legendary writer and editor who worked for both Marvel and DC comics over the course of his impressive 30 year career. In anticipation of the release of The Dark Knight Rises last July, Joel Murphy interviewed O'Neil for a story he was doing
From Daphne Blake in Scooby-Doo: Mystery Inc. to Azula in Avatar: The Last Airbender to Catwoman in Batman: Arkham City, Grey DeLisle has carved out an impressive and eclectic career making animated characters come to life. In this hour-long chat, we talk to DeLisle about her humble
Dr. Algernop Krieger, the one-man R&D department for ISIS on the FX show Archer, is by far the most lovable mad scientist Hitler clone on television. Actor, improviser and puppeteer Matt "Lucky" Yates voices Krieger on the show. And while he doesn't share his on-screen counterpart's interests
To say Billy West has had an eclectic career would be an understatement. From playing in rock bands to being a noted radio personality to doing voice work for Space Jam, Ren and Stimpy and Futurama, West has made a living off of his impressive pipes. We