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Hobo Radio 142 – Oliver Stone sucks at life

Introduction Oliver Stone is lovely 10 Most Confusing Movies Lars and Joel Time “Big Bad Wolf” by Demolition [display_podcast] Oliver Stone, who is working on a film that will supposedly allow viewers to “walk in Stalin’s shoes and Hitler’s shoes to understand their point of view,” recently

Hobo Radio 141 – It’s French for “The Bruce”

Introduction Giving blood L.A. Zombie Leonardo DiCaprio and Christopher Nolan Contractually-obligated Fun Time “Skullcrusher Mountain” by Jonathan Coulton [display_podcast] It’s not every day that you see a “video art zombie film” about a man convinced he is an alien zombie roaming the streets of L.A. on the

Hobo Radio 140 – Jodie Foster’s Beaver

Introduction The FCC Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson Contractually-obligated Fun Time “An I Hate You Song” by Deleveled [display_podcast] It’s been a big week for free speech. First, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals declared that the FCC’s indecency rule, which was put

Hobo Radio 139 – Now with more twang

Introduction Lost‘s Emmy nods M. Night Shyamalan Kirkman’s Top Five Worst Films Contractually-obligated Batman discussion “If I Had A Girl” by Hot Fiction [display_podcast] Lars is M.I.A., so Joel Murphy is joined by Chris Kirkman, who does his best to class up the joint this week. The

Hobo Radio 138 – Cue the fireworks

Introduction The National Anthem performed by Theresa Gaddy America’s birthday A “movie-enhancing” cell phone ap Scott Pilgrim vs. the advertisers Wonder Woman’s new costume Contractually-obligated Batman discussion Highlights from Hobo Radio 5 – Strippin’ ain’t easy [display_podcast] This Sunday night, most Americas will head outside to watch

Hobo Radio 137 – Our Jerry Maguire best

Introduction Grats Knight and Day advertising Timothy Olyphant SyFy Original Movies D.C. Contractually-obligated Batman discussion “Agile, Mobile and Hostile” by The Goldstars [display_podcast] The ads for the new film Knight and Day claim that Tom Cruise is at his “Jerry Maguire best” in the film. Joel Murphy

Hobo Radio 136 – The end of the world as we know it

Introduction Touchdown Jesus Perez Hilton, pedophile Qdoba and overly-friendly employees Contractually-obligated Batman discussion “Midsummers Night” by Jillian LaDage [display_podcast] Whether you are religious or not, it’s hard not to wonder if a 30-foot tall Jesus statue getting struck by lightning and bursting into flames is a not-so-subtle

Hobo Radio 135 – Everybody hates Ratner

Introduction Odds and ends A Les Grossman movie Snow White gets Ratnered Nicolas Sarkozy Contractually-obligated Batman discussion “Hello Bicycle” by The Volume Brothers [display_podcast] You can argue over whether or not greenlighting a movie starring Tom Cruise as Les Grossman is a good idea. You can argue

Hobo Radio 134 – Where’s my sexy voice?

Introduction Remembering Gary Coleman, Dennis Hopper and Rue McClanahan The state of sitcoms James Cameron saves BP Top 100 characters of the past 20 years Donald Glover as Spider-man Contractually-obligated Batman discussion “Happy Ending” by The Atomic Love Bombs [display_podcast] Most people, when they are under the

Hobo Radio 133 – Saying goodbye to Lost

Introduction Lost Contractually-obligated Batman discussion “The End or Near” by All India Radio [display_podcast] Week 133 Spotlight: Saying goodbye to Lost Lost may be over, but it leaves behind quite a legacy. The iconic show, which demanded a lot from its viewers, proved a complex serialized drama