Pam Grier finally makes her Grindbin debut, and we get the return of one of the greatest exploitation movie directors of all time, Jack Hill (Switchblade Sisters). Directly after making his first women in prison film (the Big Doll House), Jack Hill returns with The Big Bird Cage, which is one of the oddest takes in the women in prison genre we've seen yet.
Bobby, Tanner, and Mike are joined by Patreon member (and one of the Grindbin 4) Shane to discuss the first - of hopefully many - appearances of Cynthia Rothrock on the Grindbin. Cynthia kicks ass in high-waisted jeans while bringing down a mysterious serial killer. What is an absolutely insane movie gets even weirder when it's revealed that there is actually two version of this film - one of which has a completely different story and set of characters.
We've talked about movies without plot before on the Grindbin; we've raged over runtime runtime runtime issues... nothing could prepare us for this movie. Nothing.
Bobby, Julie and Mike ring in 2019 with another Michael Sopkiw (Blastfighter, Massacre in Dinosaur Valley) classic. In a post-apocalyptic New York, the remaining people struggle to survive in the nuclear wasteland of the US where no babies have been born in over 12 years. It's up to Sopkiw to repopulate the planet.