Why are Catwoman, Ginger from Gilligans Island, and John Carradine in a softcore slasher movie from the 1980s? We have no idea but we are SO glad we watched this.
Thanks to Patreon member Aaron WC for the pick!
Major life changes have prevented Mike from editing a main feed episode this week. Please enjoy this epic mini bin from our Patreon feed in the meantime.
The Patreon Poll winner for May, Santo and Blue Demon vs. the Monsters (1970) finally brings a Santo movie to the Grindbin! What an incredible movie filled with third-rate monsters, make out Santo masks, and lots and lots of Santo reading newspapers... what more could you ask for!
Massacre at Central High is an amazing exploitation film from the 1970's. An allegory for the rise of fascism under the facade of a high school movie... what more could you ask for?! Thanks to Gman from the Patreon for his pick.
Bobby returns to the Grindbin and joins Candice, Charlie, and Mike to discuss a Troma "classic" featuring a younger Billy Bob Thornton. Thanks to our Patreon member Kady for the pick!
The boys discuss an "animal" attack movie from the Director of Pieces. Killer slugs invade the small town of Seattle Spain and it's up to the local bureaucrats to stop them! An absolutely insane movie but what else would you expect from Juan Piquer Simón.
Sorry in advance to any Australian Grindbin fans! The boys discuss a movie that every Australian listener of the show has been begging us to record an episode on. Well, it's here... are you ready for the hard takes? We sure hope so.
Thanks to Gamer Ape for the Patreon request
Tim, Daniel, Bobby, and Mike talk about the first Andy Sidaris to ever be on the Grindbin, 1985's Malibu Express. Darby Hinton plays a secret agent that's trying to stop Russians from buying Apple II's... maybe??? Featuring an epic performance from Grindbin legend Sybil Danning
Mike, Eddie, Tim, and Daniel discuss the winner of the Patreon poll for April, Blood Debts. Featuring maybe one of the greatest endings in movie history, this ripoff Death Wish filmed in the Philippines is everything you could ever want from a Grindbin movie.
Faustus, Nick, Bobby, and Mike discuss the best movie to ever be on the Grindbin. John Woo's Hard Boiled is one of the greatest action movies of all time and is a classic of Hong Kong cinema. Da da da da da da da...Tequila!
Frank Stallone makes his Grindbin debut alongside Grindbin hall of famer Cameron Mitchell in one of the worst movies we've ever covered on the show. Did Cameron Mitchell find the perfect level of drunk? Did he read the script? Will he read it during a take in this movie?
Mann returns to the bin to talk with Vaughn, Bobby, and Mike about the Bruce Campbell, Walter Koenig sci-fi "classic" Moontrap! Robots on the moon, Chekov getting busy, and Bruce Campbell drop kicking vending machines; what more do you need?!
Bobby, Tim, Sir Charles, and Mike discuss Tim's long-awaited pick on the Grindbin, 1974's Beyond the Door. A movie he saw in the theater as a child while sitting next to a bloody kid and a bunch of guys in trench coats in Times Square. So pop open that can of Campbell's and grab a straw, this is an episode you'll never forget.
Tim, James, the McCollums, and Mike discuss one of the strangest movies to ever appear on the Grindbin. Traxx, a disgraced ex-cop and retired mercenary, just wants to live a quiet life in the Texas town he now calls home. He murders 90% of the population, takes down a mob ring, nearly gets a team of little leaguers killed, and has sex with the mayor... all so he can open his crappy cookie shop. This movie won the Grindbin Patreon poll...
Bobby and Mike are joined by Spencer and Joel from the Shoot the Piano Player: A French New Wave Podcast to discuss the 1965 Italian schlockfest Bloody Pit of Horror starring an oiled up Mickey Hargitay dressed like a sexy Domino's Noid... you read that right.
Never Too Young to Die is by far one of the craziest movies to ever appear on the bin. John Stamos as James Bond Jr., Gene Simmons in drag, Mike has a personal connection to one of the crew members, and Daniel gives the worst/best van theory in the history of the Grindbin.
Bobby, Brody, Terry, and Mike discuss the 1982 horror film that features an incredible cast of Jack Palance, Martin Landau, and Donald Pleasence! Directed by Jack Sholder (Nightmare on Elm Street 2), Alone in the Dark is a glorious mess of a movie that is elevated by bizarre performances from multiple Academy Award winners.
Laser Mission is truly in the upper tier of Grindbin movies. A banging theme song, horrible acting, shirt sheik, Ernest Borgnine, and not a single laser; what more could you want?! It's a movie that must be seen to be believed... Thanks to Aaron WC for the amazing Patreon pick... you can also get your pick on the show, find out at patreon.com/grindbin
You ever wanted to watch a kaiju movie where the monster is desperately looking for a bathroom? Well, Yongary is the movie for you! One of South Korea's most successful movies ever made, Yongary was nearly a lost film and makes a perfect addition to the Grindbin.
Steve and Izzy from EILFM and Tim Yobo from Bloody Bits join the show to discuss an INSANE action movie from the late 80s. James Ryan (Kill and Kill Again), Oliver Reed, and Cameron Mitchell star in a movie directed by David Winters (Thrashin'). Cameron Mitchell stealing a guys bike, James Ryan's mom bugging him after the big race, Oliver Reed forcing another man's head into his crotch in a hot tub... what more could you want?!
Grab that can of V8, pull on that spandex, and say hello to Swordy La Forge... Ninja 3: The Domination has finally come to the Grindbin. Tanner, Eva, Bobby, and Mike discuss one of seminal films in the Cannon library as only the Grindbin can.
Candice, Charlie, Bobby, and Mike discuss a glorious mess of a movie. Demon Wind has everything you'd want: bad dialogue, nonsensical plot twists, ancient marital aids, and a cameo from Lou Diamond Phillips!
Enjoy one of our Patreon-only episodes of the Grindbin... Bobby, Mary, Shane and Mike discuss one of the most troubling things ever produced for children's television.... The HORNY version of The Three Little Pigs! New Grindbin coming next week!
Bobby, Robby, Lee, and Mike discuss the classic James Bryan slasher in the woods movie. Jingle sticks, heirs to Razor fortunes, hubcap the cop, and the old bag a b****! This has everything you'd want in a bin movie.
Where do we begin... a movie that should have been about a truck stop brothel and ended up being about stocks or something... an appearance by Shane and Terry's evil cousins... and, of course, Mario Bros. bits. It's a complete mess and a classic episode of the Grindbin.