Bobby and Mike are joined by Julie and Alistair from the Movie Melt Podcast to discuss another Brian Trenchard-Smith movie, Day of the Panther (1988). Jason Blade is an undercover agent who tries to bring down an Australian crime ring run by a used boat salesman.
Sacrifice!!!! Bobby and Mike are joined by James and Heather (Movie Melt podcast) to discuss a Brian Trenchard-Smith (Turkey Shoot and Dead End Drive-In) vanity project about stunts, rock, and basically nothing else. Stunt Rock (1980) is a mess of a movie but a whole lot of fun.
Steve and Izzy (from Everything I Learned From Movies) and Robby join Mike and Bobby to discuss a movie requested from one of our longtime Patreon members, Gregory Freeman. Silver Dream Racer (1980) features a scene that will be talked about on the Grindbin for years to come.
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Daniel, Tim, Bobby and Mike are here to discuss the return of Luigi Cozzi (Star Crash) to the Grindbin. Fresh off making a rip-off of Star Wars, Luigi tries his hand at making a rip-off of Alien. Featuring one of the greatest bad guy reveals in Grindbin history, this is an episode not to be missed.
This episode is brought to you by our Patreon member Sir Charles.
Bobby, Spencer (We Cut Heads: A Spike Lee Podcast), and Mike discuss one of the most disgusting movies ever made... Street Trash (1987). Thanks to Trent on the Patreon for picking this movie.
Nick, Lee, Bobby, and Mike discuss a movie about a guy... from Harlem. If you're looking for action, romance, suspense, and an ending you'd never see coming; this movie is not for you. The Guy From Harlem is one of those movies that has to be seen to be believed, a movie only the Grindbin could make you care about.
The Patrons demanded it and it's finally here, Nashville Girl has made it to the Grindbin. Monica Gayle (Patch from Switchblade Sisters) tries to make it in the country music business but just gets sexually assaulted by multiple men for 90 minutes. Why did everyone want this movie to be on the show so much? Because they enjoy our pain.
White Fire is one of those movies that will be mentioned on the Grindbin for years. It's a special movie, like Mind Trap, Miami Connection, Dangerous Men, and Moving Target... a movie that will never, ever, be forgotten by the Grindbin audience. With an amazing soundtrack, horrible performances, and the most insane storyline you could ever imagine, White Fire is everything you hope a "bad" movie could be.
Tanner, Faustus, Bobby and Mike discuss the Isaac Hayes classic Truck Turner. With a brilliant performance from Yaphet Kotto and a shocking role for Nichelle Nichols (Uhura on Star Trek), Truck Turner is a fun movie that is recommended viewing for any fans of exploitation cinema.
From the writer of Jaws and the drummer of the Beatles comes one of the worst "comedies" ever made. Will this take the honor of being the worst movie to ever appear on the Grindbin? Does Caveman have what it takes to mentally break multiple Grindbin hosts?
Summer Sequel Month 2020 concludes with an entry in the Death Wish series, Death Wish 4: The Crackdown. The first movie in the series that removes Michael Winner from the director's chair is one that sees Bronson inciting a drug war between two rival mob families. Does that sound like a typical Death Wish movie? No? Well it's the 4th in the series and Bronson can barely be bothered to string more than 5 words together in a scene. This is the pinnacle of lazy Bronson and it's a glorious mess of a movie.
Summer Sequel Month 2020 continues with a vacation to the beach. Don't let the name and rating fool you, what's billed as a family friendly movie is one of the horniest movies ever made. Silent film sex pests, swinger shacks, sawing women in half, and shoving hot dogs down throats... That's the name of the game!
Eddie, Terry, Shane, Bobby, and Mike discuss this Nightmare on Elm Street rip-ff as Summer Sequel Month 2020 continues. Does anyone remember a rockstar killer that haunts your dreams from the first Slumber Party Massacre? No? Well neither does Roger Corman, who's probably never even seen either of these movies he Produced.
Summer Sequel Month 2020 begins with the return of Burt Reynolds as Gator McKlusky. We covered White Lightning years ago and this sequel has... nothing to do with it. Bobby, Robby, Tanner, and Mike break down Burt Reynolds' directing debut.
If there is one thing we've always loved on the Grindbin, it's the 1970's. Then came Mag Wheels... Who would have thought the director of Midnight Plowboy could create one of the most offensive movies of all time? Something so vile that it's been nearly wiped off the internet in an attempt to never show the true horrors that lurk beneath its celluloid skin.
Tanner, Nick, Bobby and Mike discuss a classic Claudia Jennings movie brought to you by Roger Corman and voted on by our Patreon members. Candy and Ellie-Jo team up together to rob banks all over Texas, the have a great time and movie moves at a fast pace, then Slim comes around and ruins everything...
Eddie the Axe (The Let's Get Shitty Show) and Steve and Izzy (Everything I Learned From Movies) join Bobby and Mike to talk about the Larry Cohen classic... The Stuff (1985). Because enough is never enough...
Happy Deezember... in June... Mike was unable to finish editing the episode this week so here is a taste of a Patreon exclusive episode from waaaaay back. Enjoy!
Bobby, The McCollums and Mike discuss a movie about a killer car that's not called Christine. A killer car is on the loose is a small desert town and it's up to James Brolin to stop it. Thanks to Patreon member John Corbin for this pick!
This episode is brought to you by Grindbin All-Star Tim from our Patreon. Aakhri Adaalat marks the first Hindi film to appear on the Grindbin and the boys have brought their resident film expert Faustus to explain the world of Hindi cinema and discuss one hell of a movie. If you were to describe this movie in 3 words: Hindi Death Wish...
Grindbin All-star Hal Needham has sent us an Angel in the form of the gloriously bad 80's BMX film RAD. Does the director of Smokey and the Bandit know anything about BMX bikes? Is Lori Loughlin trying to scam her way into college? Did this kid actually spend 10 grand on T-shirts? Well get ready to go ass sliding with the bin and find out.
Leo Fong, Cameron Mitchell, and Stack Pierce return to the Grindbin for a second helping of that infamous Fong charisma. While Killpoint established Leo Fong as an action star, Low Blow shows us that Leo is both a ladies man and a comedian. A real triple threat!
Do you like punk music? Do you like skateboards? Do you like Greek mythology? Well you will LOVE Shredder Orpheus...