Bobby, Mary, Fern, and Mike discuss the Italian definitely-not a rip-off of Jaws that features an incredible accent changing performance from Vic Morrow. This might be the most American movie ever, we're talking shark guns, mysterious cowboys, shotguns on boats, American flags, and the biggest fu^&ing net you've ever seen! So grab those pillows, load that meat pole, and get ready for some shark biting action!
Bobby, Yobo, Terry, and Mike discuss Jamaa Fanaka's prison boxing epic, Penitentiary. On this epsiode we learn way too much about Mr. Goodbars, a new Yobo grift to become a professional boxer, what Nell's favorite candy bar would be, and more!
Bobby, Daniel, and Mike are joined by Mike Justice to discuss a recent Patreon Poll winner. After her mother and lover are killed by a hammerman, Ellie is sent to a mysterious orphanage full of sausage eaters, reanimated corpses, and Uncle Leo!
The boys are joined by Wick and Chris in Miami to discuss the Walter Hill classic, Hard Times. A street fighting Charles Bronson teams up with a fast talking James Coburn to eat chili, drink night coffee, and kick some ass.
Mike talks with casting director Mark Sikes to get behind the stories on your favorite PM Entertainment movies (Hologram Man, Skyscraper, The Sweeper) as well as his experience working with Roger Corman.
Bobby, Matt Simpson (from Movie Melt!), and Mike discuss the PM entertainment classic, Hologram Man! A dude in a Korn wig murders the governor of CA and comes back as a "hologram man" in the near future to bring down the corrupt corporate government.
As a special bonus, we have an interview with the casting director from this film, Mark Sikes, coming up on our main feed where he answers all questions we have about PM entertainment in the 90s.
Wick, Vaughn, Brady, and Mike discuss the recent winner of the John Huston Would Do Anything Poll from our Patreon, 1976's The Visitor. Is this an incredible artistic vision realized onscreen, or just some dude that liked hot dogs and Pong? Does Vaughn finish filing his taxes by the end of the episode? Can a Vampire be a Motorcycle? All these questions will be answered... and more!
The grindbin will return with a new episode next week! For now, enjoy a recent mini bin from our Patreon.
Bobby, Wick, Chef Robby, and Mike discuss the 1950's gameshow about married couples being forced to talk to horny ventriloquist dummies and then asked questions to try and feed their families for another week.
Chef Robby and J.M. Brandt join Bobby and Mike to discuss this sci-fi most dangerous game mashup. A movie that seemingly has everything you could ever ask for in a bad movie: bad sci-fi effects, monsters, horny robots, an attractive cast, Predator's weird brother... yet it delivers on NONE of this. Slave Girls ranks as one of the worst movies we've ever had to cover on the bin, so enjoy our pain!
Daniel, James, Chuck, and Mike discuss the second winner in the Here Come The Boys poll from our Patreon. The Hollywood Knights is fondly remembered by some people... and those people are not most of the Grindbin crew. Potentially more offensive than Party Animal, The Hollywood Knights has everything you could never want in a movie; which makes it a perfect choice to be on the Grindbin. So start that engine, drive down Van Nuys Blvd, and pull into the drive-in.
With the recent passing of legendary director, and Grindbin All Star, Ruggero Deodato (Raiders of Atlantis), the bin and Lee and Leah from TMBDOS! celebrate one of his lesser talked about films, Cut and Run (1985). Often mistaken for a cannibal movie (like Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust), Cut and Run is a drug running movie with a brilliant performance from Grindbin all star Richard Lynch and an incredibly unhinged performances from Bibleman himself, Willie Aames.
Shane, Terry, Bobby, and Mike regrettably dicuss a poll winner from the Patreon, 1984's The Party Animal. Maybe the high-water mark for bad sex comedies, this movie is so depraved that it's been nearly scrubbed from existence... making it a must see for the Grindbin audience!
Bobby, Julie, Chris in Miami, and Mike discuss the winner of a recent Patreon poll, the Walter Hill classic, Streets of Fire (1984). A box office failure sandwiched between massive blockbusters, Streets of Fire is a hidden gem of forgotten cinema. Featuring an iconic performance from Rick Moranis, an unforgettable Willem Dafoe, a young Diane Lane, and... Michael Paré. This one is a love fest everyone.
The Astrologer (1976) is an absolute must see movie for fans of this show. One man's ultimate vanity project, found in a dumpster with a bunch of porno films, unable to be released due to the illegal use of Moddy Blues music, has finally resurfaced online. We delve into the mystery of Craig Denney, who may, or may not, have faked his own death.
PM Entertainment returns to the Gridbin (Rage, The Sweeper) with an over-the-top action movie starring... Anna Nicole Smith? Anna, playing a helicopter pilot who dreams of getting pregnant and having picnics, has to single-handedly stop a terrorist group from taking over the Boggle factory. Featuring 80 year old men henchmen, mid-action sex breaks, and the mysterious disapearance of a Grindbin host during the episode... it's everything you could ever want in a bin episode... and more!
What happens when Cannon films gives a two time pulitzer prize winning author the chance to write and direct any movie he wants? The greatest failure of cinema ever created.
Bobby, Chef Robby, and Sir Charles discuss a Joe Don Baker, Robert Loggia 70's car movie where neither men have decided to care... or even read the script. The agressive apathy provides mind blowing moments onscreen and a great movie for the Grindbin.
A child is thrown from a roof, a man is excited about hot soup on a cold night, Charles Nelson Reilly might have killed a man in the bayou... Cannon, you've done it again!
Tanner, Jersey James, Bobby, and Mike discuss Skatetown U.S.A., a movie that has everything you could ever want. Subpar skate routines, a young Patrick Swayze whipping his belt around, and freakin' Murray Langston. A legendary 70's ensemble movie that was nearly lost to time but recently re-released on Blu-Ray, Skatetown is worth lacing up for.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Julie and Matt Anderson on their Christmas trip to rural Wisconsin to discuss a movie written, directed, and produced by one really, really high guy. What starts out as a family get together devolves into a film that features a mind reading mother, a Nestle Quick to the balls, Scanners brain powers, Predator vision, and a Samurai ghost! Unwrap and enjoy.
Lee, Tanner, Nick, Bobby and Mike celebrate the life of and career of recently departed filmmaker Albert Pyun by discussing his sophmore effort, Radioactive Dreams. This post-apocalyptic coming of age story starring Michael Dudikoff and John Stockwell delves into more complex themes than your typical direct-to-video efforts of the era while bringing all the over-the-top action you'd expect.
Candice, Vaughn, Bobby, and Mike talk about the infamous Long Island slasher film, Madman! Is this really a camp? Is Madman really a bad guy? Does the girth of a man have anything to do with speed? All this and more!
Camvember 2022 comes to a close with Bobby, Faustus, Mike, and the return of Mann! The boys pack their bags and head off to a strange island filled with meat plants and a mad scientist played by Cameron Mitchell. Also commonly called "Maneater of Hydra", this thrilling conclusion to Camvember features an incredibly memorable and fitting end to the first month dedicated to our guest of dishonor.
Camvember 2022 continues with the direct-to-video action masterpiece Deadly Prey. A dude is kidnapped in his cut off jean shorts and now has to fight his way to freedom in the jungles of... a few miles down the 5 freeway in Los Angeles. Featuring a drunken Cameron Mitchell monologue for the ages, Troy Donahue literally not knowing what movie he's in until 5 minutes before action, and one of the greatest final showdown in Grindbin history. Cut those Levis, grab yourself a worm, and hit play.
Get ready everyone because this is THE movie, all others past, present, and future will never be able to capture the awesomeness of Action USA. It has everything you could ever want: fast cars, explosions, real Texans, convoluted crime plans involving costume jewelry, and so, so, so much more. Strap in.