Joel Murphy has a few petty gripes with the entertainment industry this week. He and Lars Periwinkle also pay tribute to Batman: The Animated Series, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this week, talk about diversity casting in superhero films and share Donald Trump's bizarre demand of any
Tony Marion offers Warner Bros. a better pitch than their all-female Lord of the Flies film in this week's column.
BoJack Horseman pretends to be a "Ronald Trunk" supporter in order to work with Hollywood director "Mel Gibbons" and Todd and Character Actress Margot Martindale team up to pickpocket tourists in Joel Murphy's spec script.
Lars Periwinkle has returned from his vacation with tales of of his travels. In Alaska, he was on the verge of discovering dark secrets in a remote town and inside the multitude of roadside espresso stands. And in Boston, he received a strange proposition.
Tony Marion shares his thoughts on Robert Lee the sportscaster being removed from a game because of Robert E. Lee the Confederate general.
Joel Murphy shares his thoughts on the season as a whole and wonders if this whole story is a Greek tragedy in his review of the season seven finale.
When HoboTrashcan launched on August 23, 2005, it featured an interview with Michael K. Williams (Omar on the best show on television, The Wire). It helped put this site on the map and through the years it has continued to be one of our most popular interviews.
We put together a video of Jon Snow's band of adventurers squaring off against an army of wights; set to Queen's classic ballad. (Thanks for the inspiration, Shaun of the Dead.)
Joel Murphy and guest host Marty McGuire discuss the not one, but two new Joker films in the works at Warner Bros., their current enjoyment levels for Game of Thrones and how Joss Whedon's ex-wife's recent article affects their opinons of his work.
Tony Marion shares his thoughts on Joss Whedon's infidelity and how it affects enjoyment of his work,