• Hermit

    ★★★★½ Watched by Hermit 17 Apr, 2016

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    In the home of Scum Town, crime is so bad a man could kidnap a boy as he's screaming from the back of the seat and nobody would raise a brow. One homeless hobo pushed to the brink has had enough. With a shotgun in hand, the eponymous hero becomes the new headline of the town: "HOBO STOPS BEGGING, DEMANDS CHANGE" Filled with stylistic violence, homages to retro arcade games, and a gritty neo-noir vibe reminiscent of Blade Runner (which…


  • DocJon

    ★★★★ Added by DocJon

    "You and me are going on a car ride to hell. You're riding shotgun!"

    Yes, this movie is as awesome as it sounds from the title. I instantly fell in love with the movie as soon as I pushed play. It's over the top violence and vulgarity mixed well with the intentional cheese factor of the story-line and the characters. Not to mention the amazing soundtrack!


  • Skele_D

    ★★★½ Watched by Skele_D 04 Apr, 2016



  • 떨어지는

    ½ Rewatched by 떨어지는 04 Apr, 2016

    i remember this being good but it isn't it fucking sucks


  • Tom Morton

    ★★★ Watched by Tom Morton 02 Apr, 2016 8

    This really does feel padded, as you'd expect from a film fleshed out from a fake trailer I guess, BUT the gore is ridiculous, there are a few great bits of dialogue, Rutger Hauer manages to get way more grizzled emotion into his role than it even remotely deserves, Molly "Jim Lahey's daughter" Dunsworth is a total badass and, most importantly of all, it has that weird Canadian sweetness to it... in between the beheadings and skull smashing, I mean.…


  • Craig Hart

    ★★ Added by Craig Hart

    I sincerely wanted to like this movie based on its title and trailer alone. In this homage to 70’s violent exploitation flicks that began its life as a fake trailer during the “Grindhouse“ films (like “Machete“), Rutger Hauer is a hobo who comes to a city (called “Scum Town”) that is overrun with crime (and by ‘overrun with crime‘, I mean the criminals rule, the cops are dirty, and all manner of bad stuff happens to your average citizen all…


  • Ganso

    ★★ Watched by Ganso 30 Mar, 2016 1

    These new retro directors kids needs to see Frankenhooker, Street Trash, Toxic Avenger, Killer Klowns From Outer Space and some more good garbage for learn.


  • JuanCostrada

    ★★★★ Rewatched by JuanCostrada 13 Mar, 2016

    Rutger Hauer stars in a self-aware exploitation film that plays homage to its past and is determined to go all the way.

    It is shot beautifully with high contrast and constant lighting that is extremely saturated. Hauer provides a balance to the self-awareness by giving a level of gravity to his performance. The film is paced well with the slower interludes and also features a lot of witty dialogue.

    It is very creative in many of its sequences and the…


  • Dennie van der Tuuk

    ★★★★ Rewatched by Dennie van der Tuuk 17 Mar, 2016

    Great movie with a fantastic part for Rutger Hauer.

    Wonderful hommage to B-movies of old. Eisner really captures the right mood with not shooting the movie in a straight forward way. Nowhere neat camera tricks are used, it's not slick, it's not glossy but it's raw and right in youre face imagery. Works really well.

    The beginning where Hobo is arriving by train is already great, accompanied by beautiful music. Makes you think of a spaghetti western where the lone…


  • Jeremiah Rosario

    ★★★½ Watched by Jeremiah Rosario 14 Mar, 2016

    Explosive, violent and slathered in absurdity. Rutger Hauer as the Hobo has stood silently on the street corner for far too long; no more begging for change, he's out to demand it! And what better way to get your point across than with a double barrel shotgun!


  • Nesruler22

    ★★★★½ Added by Nesruler22



  • Jack Kelly

    ★★★★★ Watched by Jack Kelly 07 Mar, 2016

    The most plausible of all dystopian films, also the punk thugs reminded me of the raiders in the game series Fallout and that was nice. 10/10