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Bobby and Mike are joined by Matt from The Compañeros Radio Network to discuss one of the most notorious movies of all time. A brilliant scheme to catch the real Zodiac Killer, a pizza marketing stunt, and men in freezers; this episode and this movie, has it all.
The Haigladays for 2019 comes to a close with one of Jack Hill's (Switchblade Sisters, The Big Bird Cage, Coffy) first movies. Julie joins Bobby and Mike to talk about a movie way ahead of it's time and featuring a great vintage performance from Lon Cheney Jr.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Daniel to ring in the second week of the Haigladays. Wonder Women is one of those amazing movies that has everything you could ever want in an exploitation film: bad kung fu, mad science, coke-fueled rants, and of course, Sid Haig in a puffy shirt.
December is dedicated to honoring the late, great, Sid Haig on the Grindbin. Our Sidmas celebration begins with a women in prison film that finds Pam Grier and Margaret Markov chained to each other trying to break off a Filipino island.
Blairvember 2019 closes with the triumphant return of Chris Mann as he joins Bobby and Mike to discuss the Dirk Benedict and Linda Blair "classic" Ruckus. A movie that did Rambo before Rambo, Dirk plays a Vietnam war vet who finds himself stranded in a small town and pursued by the cops and locals. Is Linda the only woman in this town? Is Dirk a secret werewolf? Find out on this episode of the bin!
It wouldn't be a Blairvember without a movie that brings our hosts to the edge of collapse... and this year it's the unnecessary sequel, Zapped Again (1990). Remember Zapped with Scott Baio? Remember when they made a sequel to it 8 years later with only one person from the original cast? No? Well, strap in!
Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddy as Blairvember continues with a cautionary tale of a teenage Linda Blair in one of the most outlandish Blairvember films yet. Featuring a pre-Star Wars Mark Hamill, everyone in the cast trying to win that Emmy, and a famous director who forgot he even made this film, Sara T. is a classic entry in the Blairvember catalogue.
Strap on that dream machine and get ready for Blairvember 2019: The Bottom of the Barrel. The Howling Boyz are here to talk about one of the most baffling sequels ever made as voted on by our Patreon members. Was Richard Burton ever sober while making this movie? Was this a secret plot to sell The Exorcist Home Game to children? Did the studio executives really get chased out of a theater during a preview screening? Find out on this epic opening to our 4th Blairvember on the Grindbin.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Vaughn to discuss a Halloween metal movie that doesn't get much recognition from Horror fans.
A bullied teenage boy is devastated after the death of his heavy metal idol, Sammi Curr. But as Hallowe'en night approaches, he discovers that he may be the only one who can stop Sammi from making a Satanic comeback from beyond the grave.
Bobby and Mike are dragged back into the infamous House by Patreon All-Star Chuck. Will they survive? Will they Cobb this episode up?! Find out on this episode of the bin.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Grindbin Patreon member Daniel to discuss the gore film Bloodsucking Freaks.
Sardu and his assistant Ralphus run a "magic" show where they torture and murder people in front of their audience... It's a trick! It's a trap! It's a treat!
Nazis, mad scientists, time machines, and a hero who has the charisma of a tree stump... That's the Yesterday Machine! Mike, Bobby, and special guest Lee are here to discuss a movie recommended by one of our amazing Patreon members Mike Ratcliff... thanks Mike?
Bobby, Tanner, Shane and Mike discuss an incredible direct-to-video movie staring Jonathan Ke Quan (Short Round from Temple of Doom), Bolo Yueng (Bloodsport), and Jerry Trimble. Have we found the Mind Trap of Martial Arts movies?
Faustus comes to visit Mike and Mann in LA to record an in-person episode about one of Sergio Martino's infamous Horror films from the early 1970's. Torso, maybe one of the earliest movies that could be considered a part of the slasher genre, has all the hallmarks of classic Italian genre cinema.
Bronson returns to the Grindbin for the finale of Summer Sequel Month 2019 on the Grindbin. Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddie to discuss arguably one of the greatest exploitation films ever made. Death Wish 3 is peak Cannon Films and features a 64 year old Bronson at his absolute laziest.
Summer Sequel month 2019 continues with Bobby, Shane, and Mike discussing the sequel to 1974's The Street Fighter with martial arts legend Sonny Chiba.
Tanner, Bobby, and Mike are here to talk about the sequel to past Grindbin episode Intrepidos Punks! And boy... times have changed for the punks; they've changed a lot...
It's summer sequel month 2019 on the Grindbin and what better way to start another disastrous theme month than by watching one of the worst movies ever made... and what in the hell is a Ghoulie anyway?!
Mike and Molly are joined by guests Amber and Austin to discuss a movie filled with secret cults, teenage drama, and, of course, the inside of a man's... "I love the smell of a hunt but I love the taste of a shunt!"
Where do all the cool kids in college go on spring break in 1985... Palm Springs??? Bobby, Shane, Terry, and Mike discuss a New World Pictures (Roger Corman) take on the frat comedy genre that co-stars a very young Tim Robbins. Tops are coming off, tents are being pitched, and we are jacked like hell to talk about this movie. Free Tivet!
Tanner, Bobby and Mike discuss a movie request from one of our Patreon members (Robby Roberson). God and Satan are riding on a train and judging the lives of people who aren't going to die while they fly through space... DANCE WITH ME, DANCE WITH ME!!!!
Jack Hill and Pam Grier return to the Grindbin in a classic 70's film that made Pam Grier a household name. Bobby and Mike are joined by listener and Patreon member Vaughn to break one of the bet blacksploitation films ever made.
Bobby, Shane, Terry and Mike are here to talk about one of the most amazingly bad movies ever made. An impressionist serial killer, two directors, one really mad cop, and an amazing connection to one of our very first episodes.