Chris and Mike are joined by Corey G of the 1980's Movie Graveyard Podcast to discuss one of the most racist and offensive movies of all time, Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects. Charles Bronson stars in a movie only a War World II vet could sympathize with as he wreaks havoc on the Japanese community of Los Angeles in the late 80's. A true hidden classic among the later Bronson films and the last pairing with his favorite director J. Lee Thompson, Kinjite is a very special type of bad film.
Chris and Mike welcome Shahab Zargari onto the show for a special interview before the Comic Con screening of his short film - Philip K. Dick's, "The Crystal Crypt".
Chris and Mike kick their way through the "action-packed" straight-to-video classic Lost Faith - one of the only Kung Fu movies to feature religious overtones. Steve Nakota is having a very very bad day - his TV is broken, the cable is out, the car broke down and to top it all off, his wife has now gone missing. Will Steve find his missing wife? Will he accept the Lord back in his life? All these questions and more are answered on this week's episode of Grindbin.
Chris and Mike take a request for this week's episode from a great friend of the show all the way from Australia - David. Lunch Wagon (1981) is less about three girls owning a lunch truck and more about an hour and a half fight over a parking spot. Delving into personal stories about Dom Deluise, Prince Fielder, Dennis Hopper and much more Chris and Mike nearly lose their minds in the most bizarre episode of Grindbin yet as they try and make sense of a movie that shouldn't be as complicated as it is. Did we mention that someone involved in this film won an Oscar?