Herschell Gordon Lewis returns to the Grindbin with one of his earlier outings, 1964's Two Thousand Maniacs! A more expensive take on his first film, Blood Feast, Lewis refines the gore film that made him famous. When a group of Northerners rides through the town of Pleasant Valley on their way to Florida they find themselves in the middle of a once-in-a-centennial celebration.
THE WORST MOVIE OF ALL TIME. With a weird story behind it, Demon Cop is a movie very few people have seen and even less would remember. A movie that literally breaks the Grindbin.
It's exactly what you think it is! Pieces is one of gorriest slasher films ever made, and it's also one of the weirdest. Taking place in Boston, Spain, Pieces is a movie that was never intended to be seen by a large audience but has found it's cult following and becoming a beloved classic among bad movie fans.
Grindbin Hall of Famer Charles Bronson returns with one his more memorable pairings with director J. Lee Thompson. What was intended to be a movie about Bronson hunting terrorists suddenly became a movie about him being an LA cop chasing a serial killer. How did this happen? Find out on this episode of the Grindbin.
Future-Kill is what happens when you mix a frat comedy, with a post-apocalyptic slasher film... in other words, it makes NO sense. A truly weird movie with an even weirder backstory, Future-Kill is a Grindbin movie like no other.
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