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Grindbin Podcast - Grindhouse and Exploitation Films

Join your hosts Mike and Bobby as they delve into the world of grindhouse and exploitation films from the 1970's, 1980's and beyond. The movies they discuss range from the funny to the downright bizarre but they are always fascinating and often forgotten gems.
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Now displaying: February, 2020
Feb 26, 2020

Faustus and the McCollum boys join Mike to talk about one of the most shocking movies to ever come to the Grindbin. Bare Behind Bars is a mysterious women in prison movie from Brazil that features both the 7th and 8th wonders of the world!

Feb 19, 2020

DISCLAIMER: this is actually from the Grindbin Patreon... Bobby, Tanner, and Mike recorded this full length episode for the MINI bin in April of 2019. A new Grindbin episode will be out next week!

Feb 12, 2020

Mann, Bobby, and Mike are joined by long-time listener and Grindbin Patreon member David from Australia! David brings Ozploitation back to the bin with the legendary Brian Trenchard-Smith flick, Turkey Shoot. We also make him explain himself for choosing Lunch Wagon... and the way back in the early days of the Grindbin.

Feb 5, 2020

Bobby and Mike are joined by Patreon member Robby to discuss Grindbin All-Star Russ Meyer's return to the Grindbin. Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, written by Roger Ebert (yes, THAT Roger Ebert), is one of Meyer's only studio films and an interesting piece of exploitation cinema history. 

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