Mann returns to the bin to talk with Vaughn, Bobby, and Mike about the Bruce Campbell, Walter Koenig sci-fi "classic" Moontrap! Robots on the moon, Chekov getting busy, and Bruce Campbell drop kicking vending machines; what more do you need?!
Bobby, Tim, Sir Charles, and Mike discuss Tim's long-awaited pick on the Grindbin, 1974's Beyond the Door. A movie he saw in the theater as a child while sitting next to a bloody kid and a bunch of guys in trench coats in Times Square. So pop open that can of Campbell's and grab a straw, this is an episode you'll never forget.
Tim, James, the McCollums, and Mike discuss one of the strangest movies to ever appear on the Grindbin. Traxx, a disgraced ex-cop and retired mercenary, just wants to live a quiet life in the Texas town he now calls home. He murders 90% of the population, takes down a mob ring, nearly gets a team of little leaguers killed, and has sex with the mayor... all so he can open his crappy cookie shop. This movie won the Grindbin Patreon poll...
Bobby and Mike are joined by Spencer and Joel from the Shoot the Piano Player: A French New Wave Podcast to discuss the 1965 Italian schlockfest Bloody Pit of Horror starring an oiled up Mickey Hargitay dressed like a sexy Domino's Noid... you read that right.
Never Too Young to Die is by far one of the craziest movies to ever appear on the bin. John Stamos as James Bond Jr., Gene Simmons in drag, Mike has a personal connection to one of the crew members, and Daniel gives the worst/best van theory in the history of the Grindbin.