This is one of those times we get to talk about a good movie on the show. Wild in the Streets (1968) is one of the greatest movies to ever be on the bin. An underrated classic and something that draws eerie parallels to modern day. Fair warning... there is a LOT of political talk in this episode, so if you don't agree with us on politics... be wary of pressing that play button.
Thanks to our beloved Patreon member Mike Ratt (Grandpa Grindbin) for the amazing pick!
The Fat Boys finally make their way to the Grindbin! A movie talked about on the show for years, Disorderlies (1987) is here and it doesn't disappoint. Grab that Dominoes, put some sprouts on it, and chow down with the bin.
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Tim Yobo finally gets his pick on the Grindbin!
A Hulk Hogan body double tries to save his family's aquarium from an evil property developer while also fighting a rogue shark created by the military because they were bored. An absolute sh*t show from start to finish, Cruel Jaws is mandatory viewing for all bin fans.
Cruel Jaws is such a shameless rip-off of Jaws that is actually steals footage from the original movies.
Tanner, and Steve and Izzy from EILFM join Bobby and Mike to discuss an Alien rip-off from Canada. Is there a Blue Monkey? Does John Vernon know what movie he's in? Will the Sick Goonies solve the case?! Find out on this episode of the bin!
Summer Sequel Month 2021 closes with the Patreon Pick, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace!
In the late 1980s Cannon films bought the rights to Superman and Spiderman in an attempt to revive their fledgling business, the result is one of the worst super hero movies ever made. Christopher Reeve demanding a story credit, Margot Kidder can't stand her co-star, and Gene Hackman dressed up like a Fly Girl?!