Directed by: Jason Eisener

Genre: Action & Adventure

Country: Canada

Violent, comedic and quite idiotic, Hobo with AShotgun has an odd plot that definitely defies itself as it progresses, but it’s violence and comedy blend together wonderfully, making it a thrilling experience. Combing gore, drama, poverty and even a little bit of sentimentality, our Hobo anti-hero wins over the audiences affection despite his need for a shower. The film has n

o big names or stars involved, and it makes it all the more special. This may be 2011’s most violent film, and it has a perfect blend of violence and drama that has the energy of an 80’s b-movie thriller and a touch of modern cinema.

The begins with a weary-eyed hobo who rides in to a new town via freight train for a fresh start in a new town. Instead, he lands smack-dab in the middle of an urban hell-hole, a place where the cops are crooked and the underprivileged masses are treated like insignificant animals. From here, he is in search for his dream, but things get sidetracked when he encounters the towns most powerful ‘gangsters’.

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