Is there anything involving him where he's not bashing Christians?
He's also quite a neoconservative (although he still claimed to be a Marxist/socialist, so you can find some hilarious videos of him offering justifications for the Iraq War or attacking other religions (most commonly Islam).
Hitchens was not a philosopher (and was, while eloquent, an intellectual lightweight) but he did make certain contributions to the study of certain public figures and politics.
Hitchens was also very decidedly an antitheist rather than just an atheist- he saw Islam as a sort of "fascism" and also authored stuff like God is not Great
(which is more or less an extended version of the sort of screed you'd find in the comments section of /r/atheism).
I don't think he should've been idolized the way he was, but it makes sense as the whole "New Atheism" thing is also not a very intellectual movement and more or less a manifestation of identity politics, a resistance to both multiculturalism and the religious right, and contrarianism.
So he basically wrote a lot of stuff- interesting stuff, but no field today can claim to have been revolutionized by Hitchens (putting him in kind of an odd position, as Dawkins advanced evolutionary biology (and the study of memes >_<), Dennett has made some important philosophical arguments (especially about thought, memory, and free will), and Harris has contributed to the "science of morality" (which, although dubiously grounded on Harris's deriving an is from an ought, is still a field in some sense)).