We've finally found it, the worst movie in Grindbin history. Three Oscar winners, a million dollar prop, and a lifetime of regret. Tentacles is not only the worst movie we've ever seen, it might be the worst movie ever made. Yes, it's really that bad. Strap in and get ready for the ride of your life as Chris and Mike go through every imaginable emotion trying to describe the undescribeable.
Chris and Mike discuss a true Grindhouse classic - 1974's Gator Bait. Claudia Jennings stars in a story of revenge set in the Louisiana Swamps. The story behind this movie is almost better than the film itself.
Chris and Mike discuss a movie that a lot of the starring actors hoped would be forgotten. Johnny Depp, Rob Morrow, and Hector Elizondo find themselves on an island vacation where all sorts of hijinks ensue. This is a movie that seems like it was written on a set of cocktail napkins and hastily put together so the producers could take a vacation at the same time they are "working".
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Chris and Mike delve deeper into their last film: 1990 The Bronx Warriors (1982) and answer listener questions and comments from the latest episode - including what apocalypse gang they would join. Mike recommends a recent Fulci film he watched and discusses why all Italian films used to be dubbed. To end the show Chris and Mike read some more Sick Reviews.
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Chris and Mike dive into a listener request, 1990: The Bronx Warriors - one of many Italian post-apocalyptic grindhouse action films made in the 1980's as a response to movies like The Road Warrior and Escape From New York. What sets Bronx Warriors apart from the rest is it's bizarre fascination of mixing a post-apocalyptic setting with a West-Side-Story-esque gangs; complete with painted faces, matching outfits, and choreographed dance routines. This film is also the last one filmed before Vic Morrow's unfortunate demise.
Chris and Mike present their first episode of the mini bin. A smaller version of the Grindbin where we present missed facts from our past episode, reveal the movie for the next episode, respond to questions from listeners, and have various running features: such as Grind-dating, Sick Review Corner, and more!
Chris and Mike roll into a real conundrum of a movie, The Amazing Mr. No Legs. Marketed as a movie about a man in a wheelchair who's a black belt in karate but it's actually just 90 minutes of two guys wandering around trying to solve crimes... sort of.