Candice and Chef Robby join Mike and Booby to discuss the winner of this month's Patreon poll, Ghost Keeper. A movie that takes place on New Years Eve and is supposed to feature a Wendigo... except they apparently ran out of money half way through production. What's left is a confusing sequence of wandering through hotel rooms and one of the strangest monologues in any bin movie.
Tim Yobo and Jersey James join Mike and Bobby to discuss a "Christmas" movie about valley girls fighting mutant zombies in an apocalypse.
The Grindbin will be back with a new episode next week. In the meantime, enjoy a recent mini from our Patreon: http://patreon.com/grindbin
The Disorderlies Crew returns to talk about a movie requested by one of our Patreon members - James Finch!
Dolph Lundgren and Brandon Lee team up as two LA cops trying to stop the infamous Japanese meth trade disguised as beer bottles. This is an absolute classic bin movie that has everything you could ever want.
with Daniel from The Moustachioed Podcastio and Vaughn from Motion Picture Massacre
The legend himself, Uncle Carl, joins Yobo, Bobby, and Mike to discuss one of Troma's first movies. Carl mistakingly took a date to see this in the theater, Mike discusses an incredibly bizarre way to cure a bee sting, Yobo talks about how he used to sell adult magazines from a trenchcoat, and more!
Blairvember concludes on an amazing high note. Linda takes charge in one of the worst superhero movies ever made. Fake mustaches, toilet wine, and Linda being Linda... its everything you could ever want in a Grindbin movie and a fitting conclusion to our favorite theme month.
Every now and then we get a movie on the Grindbin that we would never watch unless we "had to" but we are so glad when we did. As we run out of Linda Blair movies we come across one of those movies... Blairvember might have a few miracles left.
Blairvember: The Final Chapter continues with a movie brought to you by the team who made the Grindbin classic, Blood Debts. Animals with guns, a homemade tank, a haunted house, and something Linda has NEVER done before in a Blairvember. SFX Retaliator has a little bit of everything.
Welcome the Blairvember: The Final Chapter! This week we are starting with one of the worst movies, if not the worst movie we've had to watch for this show, 1990's Repossessed. Absolute hot garbage from start to finish, Daniel, Terry, Bobby, and Mike suffer through every second of it so you don't have to.
Bobby, Eddie the Axe, and Mike are joined by new guest J.M. Brandt (@mrjmbrandt) for the annual Halloween special of the Grindbin. This year we are covering Neon Maniacs - what's a Neon Maniac you ask? We don't really know. There was apparently 27 of them at one time, then there were 12 in the movie but none of them have names. The script was also supposed to be three hours long and they only decided to film half of it. It's a glorious mess and you just should press play and listen to this episode.
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Bobby and Mike are joined by "The Human Monster Truck" Perry Von Vicious (@PerryVonVicious) to discuss a movie about love, loss, and a murderous monster truck with a giant drill. Featuring an amazing performance from Grindbin All Star Ned Beatty (Gator, White Lightning, Exorcist II) and some great pro wrestling stories from Perry Von Vicious.
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You wanted the worst. You got the worst. The hottest band in the world, in one of the worst movies ever made! Mann, James, Bobby, and Mike discuss the ill thought out KISS movie where they live in the Magic Mountain parking lot for a week. Seriously... KISS, in the 1970s, lives in the Magic Mountain parking lot for a week and fights... a phantom? maybe?
Crown International Pictures finally returns to the Grindbin and they DO NOT disappoint. What appears to be an 80s comedy about driving limos end up being one of the most troubling movies to ever come out of the struggling studio. An amazing performance from Sam Jones and an regrettable appearance by a famous magic duo ensure this is a movie the Grindbin audience will never forget.
Luke Jaconetti from Earth Destruction Directive
Lee from They Must Be Destroyed on Sight
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?!
Summer Sequel Month 2021 continues with a trip back to the beach!... kinda. The gang from Beach Blanket Bingo are up to their old hijinks but this time we have an alien from Mars, tax collectors, and Buster Keaton playing a Native American... yup.
Summer Sequel Month 2021 continues with a sequel? Executioner, Part 2 sees Grindbin All-Star James Bryan (Don't Go Into the Woods) rip off The Exterminator before they could ever get the sequel into the theaters. The result is an amazingly inept movie that truly has to be seen to be believed.
Summer sequel month 2021 continues with a movie that's a sequel... maybe... depending on the cut you watch. A classic Toho studios production featuring a very annoying Russ Tamblyn, Baby Frankenstein, plenty of insurance fraud, and a full musical performance; what more could you ask for in a bin movie!
Mann returns to the bin as Summer Sequel Month 2021 kicks off with the last in the Death Wish series. A confounding entry into the Death Wish series featuring an incredibly old Bronson barely even picking up a gun. Directed by someone with no connection to the past films and produced by only one of the Cannon guys, the movie is saved by an amazing performance from Michael Parks and baffling death traps.
Featuring infamous Bronson roaster himself, Eddie "The Axe" from The Bloody Bits Horror Show!
Prepare for one of the strangest movies to ever hit the bin, The Baby (1973) is outlandish, depraved, and a perfect pick for this show. Eddie, Candice, Tim, and Mike break down a movie about a grown man living as an infant.
Duncan Jax is back! Who? Did you know there was a series of James Bond rip-off movies starring a middle aged man and his Baboon partner? Does the Baboon drive a mini tank? The Patreon poll winner for July is a wild ride.
The bin is back with an amazing "film" written, directed, and starring John De Hart. If you like episodes like Demon Cop, Lost Faith or Miami Connection, you'll love this movie. Co-starring an incredibly drunk Wings Hauser with Grindbin All-Stars William Smith and Pamela Jean Bryant, Champagne and Bullets (also called GetEven or Road to Revenge) is an incredible ride.