Bobby and Mike are dragged back into the infamous House by Patreon All-Star Chuck. Will they survive? Will they Cobb this episode up?! Find out on this episode of the bin.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Grindbin Patreon member Daniel to discuss the gore film Bloodsucking Freaks.
Sardu and his assistant Ralphus run a "magic" show where they torture and murder people in front of their audience... It's a trick! It's a trap! It's a treat!
Nazis, mad scientists, time machines, and a hero who has the charisma of a tree stump... That's the Yesterday Machine! Mike, Bobby, and special guest Lee are here to discuss a movie recommended by one of our amazing Patreon members Mike Ratcliff... thanks Mike?
Bobby, Tanner, Shane and Mike discuss an incredible direct-to-video movie staring Jonathan Ke Quan (Short Round from Temple of Doom), Bolo Yueng (Bloodsport), and Jerry Trimble. Have we found the Mind Trap of Martial Arts movies?
Faustus comes to visit Mike and Mann in LA to record an in-person episode about one of Sergio Martino's infamous Horror films from the early 1970's. Torso, maybe one of the earliest movies that could be considered a part of the slasher genre, has all the hallmarks of classic Italian genre cinema.
Bronson returns to the Grindbin for the finale of Summer Sequel Month 2019 on the Grindbin. Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddie to discuss arguably one of the greatest exploitation films ever made. Death Wish 3 is peak Cannon Films and features a 64 year old Bronson at his absolute laziest.
Summer Sequel month 2019 continues with Bobby, Shane, and Mike discussing the sequel to 1974's The Street Fighter with martial arts legend Sonny Chiba.
Tanner, Bobby, and Mike are here to talk about the sequel to past Grindbin episode Intrepidos Punks! And boy... times have changed for the punks; they've changed a lot...
It's summer sequel month 2019 on the Grindbin and what better way to start another disastrous theme month than by watching one of the worst movies ever made... and what in the hell is a Ghoulie anyway?!
Mike and Molly are joined by guests Amber and Austin to discuss a movie filled with secret cults, teenage drama, and, of course, the inside of a man's... "I love the smell of a hunt but I love the taste of a shunt!"
Where do all the cool kids in college go on spring break in 1985... Palm Springs??? Bobby, Shane, Terry, and Mike discuss a New World Pictures (Roger Corman) take on the frat comedy genre that co-stars a very young Tim Robbins. Tops are coming off, tents are being pitched, and we are jacked like hell to talk about this movie. Free Tivet!
Tanner, Bobby and Mike discuss a movie request from one of our Patreon members (Robby Roberson). God and Satan are riding on a train and judging the lives of people who aren't going to die while they fly through space... DANCE WITH ME, DANCE WITH ME!!!!
Jack Hill and Pam Grier return to the Grindbin in a classic 70's film that made Pam Grier a household name. Bobby and Mike are joined by listener and Patreon member Vaughn to break one of the bet blacksploitation films ever made.
Bobby, Shane, Terry and Mike are here to talk about one of the most amazingly bad movies ever made. An impressionist serial killer, two directors, one really mad cop, and an amazing connection to one of our very first episodes.
Bobby and Mike are joined by one of the Grindbin 4 (that there are only 3 of) Chuck, to discuss one of the greatest movies ever made... ever!
Faustus, Mann, and Mike are here to discuss the most infamous Yip tease of all time! Sex and Zen is truly one of the most insane movies ever made... words can't do it justice.
Grindbin All-Star director Phillipe Mora (The Return of Captain Invincible) returns to the bin with what is widely considered one of the worst movies of all time. The movie literally starts with someone saying, "your sister is a werewolf", what could go wrong?! Grindbin All-Stars Christopher Lee, Reb Brown, and Sybil Danning round out the cast.
Grindbin International Month concludes with Bobby, Mann and Mike at Hong Kong Robocon 2019 where they have been forced to review the Hong Kong Category 3 classic, Riki-Oh! If you've never seen this movie before, you should absolutely watch it before listening to this episode.
Grindbin International Month continues with Bobby and Mike finding themselves in a compromising situation in Italy. Grindbin guest Julie comes to the rescue but the gang is forced to record an episode about an Italian Poliziotteschi film. The Tough Ones (also called: Rome Armed to the Teeth) is a classic Italian Cop Drama with everything you could ever want: Hunchbacks, Dirty Cops, Car Chases, and more!
As Grindbin International month continues, Bobby and Mike have found themselves floating on raft in the middle of Mexico with this week's special guest, Tanner! The boys, with nowhere to go, decide to review a great Mexican exploitation film, Intrépidos Punks.
As Grindbin International month continues, Bobby and Mike find themselves stuck in Indonesia and just so happen to run into guests Terry and Shane in the local Sizzler. The boys have all seen the movie The Devil's Sword and decide to record an episode about it. This movie has everything you could ever want! Violence, action, magic, and even crocodile men!
Grindbin International Month is here! The boys are stuck in a hotel room in France with fake beards glued to their faces and forced to review a classic French slapstick film starring Louis de Funès. Is it a way out?!
What happens when you take a script from a feminist author that was meant to be satirical and have Roger Corman produce it? One of the most inadvertently hilarious slasher films ever made! Slumber Party Massacre is a true one-of-a-kind movie where half the crew had no idea what they were making. Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddy (@eddietheaxe from the Let's Get Sh**y Show) to discuss this Grindbin classic!
Mann, Bobby, and Mike are here to discuss an Alien rip-off from Roger Corman. With one of the oddest ensemble casts in sci-fi history, the crew of a space ship wanders around a planet for a while before a giant worm rapes somebody... seriously.
Tanner, Bobby and Mike are here to discuss a Patreon poll pick for what would seem like a very controversial movie. During hard times in a local neighborhood, the police no longer effective, a local group volunteers to help clean up the streets and provide food and medical care to the poor. When violence erupts, half of the group splinters off and buys Nazi uniforms, while the others are upset they didn't get invited to the pool party. A movie that truly squanders it's potential but it's bizarrely entertaining, 1975's The Black Gestapo makes for a memorable bin watching experience.