The boys go back to school in great exploitation gem from a Grindbin all star director. A new teacher at a troubled inner-city high school (Perry King) soon ends up clashing with the delinquent leader of a punk posse (Timothy Van Patten) that runs the school. Featuring an appearance by a pre-Back to the Future Michael J. Fox!
Centerfold Girls is everything you could want in a Grindbin movie: it's sleazy, it's ridiculous, and it's a real hidden gem. A religious fanatic hunts down the girls of the month in a men's magazine - and he's the least of their problems.
Are you ready for this? Daniel joins Bobby and Mike to discuss a great little horror film from 1986 starring one of the most notorious actors of all time, Klaus Kinski. Thanks to Patreon member Gregory Freeman for recommending this movie!
The Roger Corman classic finally arrives on the Grindbin thanks to our Patreon member Mike Ratcliff! In a dystopian future, a cross country automobile race requires contestants to run down innocent pedestrians to gain points that are tallied based on each kill's brutality.
Tanner is here with some choice clips for the Grindbin audience from his new podcast Burn After Pitching. https://twitter.com/BurnPitching
From the director of The Pom Pom Girls (1976) and The Good Son (1993) comes one of the worst movies to ever enter the Grindbin. What seems like a simple summer camp movie devolves into one of the most morally troubling and criminally awful films any of us has ever seen. Thanks to our wonderful Patreon members for voting for this film! Enjoy our pain.
Faustus and the McCollum boys join Mike to talk about one of the most shocking movies to ever come to the Grindbin. Bare Behind Bars is a mysterious women in prison movie from Brazil that features both the 7th and 8th wonders of the world!
DISCLAIMER: this is actually from the Grindbin Patreon... Bobby, Tanner, and Mike recorded this full length episode for the MINI bin in April of 2019. A new Grindbin episode will be out next week!
Mann, Bobby, and Mike are joined by long-time listener and Grindbin Patreon member David from Australia! David brings Ozploitation back to the bin with the legendary Brian Trenchard-Smith flick, Turkey Shoot. We also make him explain himself for choosing Lunch Wagon... and the way back in the early days of the Grindbin.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Patreon member Robby to discuss Grindbin All-Star Russ Meyer's return to the Grindbin. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, written by Roger Ebert (yes, THAT Roger Ebert), is one of Meyer's only studio films and an interesting piece of exploitation cinema history.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddie (the Axe) to talk about the Patreon Poll pick for this month and the first appearance of the legendary Loyd Kaufman on the Grindbin. What's going on?!
A Patreon request from Richard Clarke brings one of the greatest movies we've ever seen to the Grindbin. House (Hausu) is a MUST watch for any exploitation film fan. The movie finally comes to the Grindbin and Bobby, The Howling Boyz, and Mike couldn't be more excited to try and explain the absolute madness of Hausu. Long live Mac!
On a very special episode of the Grindbin, Tanner, Bobby and Mike discuss the movie SuperSonic Man as it played during the last episode of Son of Svengoolie on WFLD-TV Channel 32 in Chicago. Complete with local commercials from 1986, this is an episode of the Grindbin not to be missed.
Faustus joins Bobby and Mike to discuss one of the most infamous exploitation movies of all time. A movie that was a massive success, spawned multiple sequels, and was even reviewed in the New York Times, is still as shocking now as it ever was.
Bobby and Mike are joined by the Howling Boyz to discuss a great, disturbing movie that is a good example of innovative filmmaking in the exploitation genre. The Candy Snatchers is a disturbing and unique film that contains some really surprising twists that certainly separate it from most Grindbin fare. So start swinging those hammers and enjoy!
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Bobby and Mike are joined by Matt from The Compañeros Radio Network to discuss one of the most notorious movies of all time. A brilliant scheme to catch the real Zodiac Killer, a pizza marketing stunt, and men in freezers; this episode and this movie, has it all.
The Haigladays for 2019 comes to a close with one of Jack Hill's (Switchblade Sisters, The Big Bird Cage, Coffy) first movies. Julie joins Bobby and Mike to talk about a movie way ahead of it's time and featuring a great vintage performance from Lon Cheney Jr.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Daniel to ring in the second week of the Haigladays. Wonder Women is one of those amazing movies that has everything you could ever want in an exploitation film: bad kung fu, mad science, coke-fueled rants, and of course, Sid Haig in a puffy shirt.
December is dedicated to honoring the late, great, Sid Haig on the Grindbin. Our Sidmas celebration begins with a women in prison film that finds Pam Grier and Margaret Markov chained to each other trying to break off a Filipino island.
Blairvember 2019 closes with the triumphant return of Chris Mann as he joins Bobby and Mike to discuss the Dirk Benedict and Linda Blair "classic" Ruckus. A movie that did Rambo before Rambo, Dirk plays a Vietnam war vet who finds himself stranded in a small town and pursued by the cops and locals. Is Linda the only woman in this town? Is Dirk a secret werewolf? Find out on this episode of the bin!
It wouldn't be a Blairvember without a movie that brings our hosts to the edge of collapse... and this year it's the unnecessary sequel, Zapped Again (1990). Remember Zapped with Scott Baio? Remember when they made a sequel to it 8 years later with only one person from the original cast? No? Well, strap in!
Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddy as Blairvember continues with a cautionary tale of a teenage Linda Blair in one of the most outlandish Blairvember films yet. Featuring a pre-Star Wars Mark Hamill, everyone in the cast trying to win that Emmy, and a famous director who forgot he even made this film, Sara T. is a classic entry in the Blairvember catalogue.
Strap on that dream machine and get ready for Blairvember 2019: The Bottom of the Barrel. The Howling Boyz are here to talk about one of the most baffling sequels ever made as voted on by our Patreon members. Was Richard Burton ever sober while making this movie? Was this a secret plot to sell The Exorcist Home Game to children? Did the studio executives really get chased out of a theater during a preview screening? Find out on this epic opening to our 4th Blairvember on the Grindbin.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Vaughn to discuss a Halloween metal movie that doesn't get much recognition from Horror fans.
A bullied teenage boy is devastated after the death of his heavy metal idol, Sammi Curr. But as Hallowe'en night approaches, he discovers that he may be the only one who can stop Sammi from making a Satanic comeback from beyond the grave.