Tanner, Jersey James, Bobby, and Mike discuss Skatetown U.S.A., a movie that has everything you could ever want. Subpar skate routines, a young Patrick Swayze whipping his belt around, and freakin' Murray Langston. A legendary 70's ensemble movie that was nearly lost to time but recently re-released on Blu-Ray, Skatetown is worth lacing up for.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Julie and Matt Anderson on their Christmas trip to rural Wisconsin to discuss a movie written, directed, and produced by one really, really high guy. What starts out as a family get together devolves into a film that features a mind reading mother, a Nestle Quick to the balls, Scanners brain powers, Predator vision, and a Samurai ghost! Unwrap and enjoy.
Lee, Tanner, Nick, Bobby and Mike celebrate the life of and career of recently departed filmmaker Albert Pyun by discussing his sophmore effort, Radioactive Dreams. This post-apocalyptic coming of age story starring Michael Dudikoff and John Stockwell delves into more complex themes than your typical direct-to-video efforts of the era while bringing all the over-the-top action you'd expect.
Candice, Vaughn, Bobby, and Mike talk about the infamous Long Island slasher film, Madman! Is this really a camp? Is Madman really a bad guy? Does the girth of a man have anything to do with speed? All this and more!
Camvember 2022 comes to a close with Bobby, Faustus, Mike, and the return of Mann! The boys pack their bags and head off to a strange island filled with meat plants and a mad scientist played by Cameron Mitchell. Also commonly called "Maneater of Hydra", this thrilling conclusion to Camvember features an incredibly memorable and fitting end to the first month dedicated to our guest of dishonor.
Camvember 2022 continues with the direct-to-video action masterpiece Deadly Prey. A dude is kidnapped in his cut off jean shorts and now has to fight his way to freedom in the jungles of... a few miles down the 5 freeway in Los Angeles. Featuring a drunken Cameron Mitchell monologue for the ages, Troy Donahue literally not knowing what movie he's in until 5 minutes before action, and one of the greatest final showdown in Grindbin history. Cut those Levis, grab yourself a worm, and hit play.
Get ready everyone because this is THE movie, all others past, present, and future will never be able to capture the awesomeness of Action USA. It has everything you could ever want: fast cars, explosions, real Texans, convoluted crime plans involving costume jewelry, and so, so, so much more. Strap in.
It's week 2 of Camvember 2022 and Terry, Daniel, Tim, and Mike are talking about a slasher from the late 70's that features an incredibly deranged and drunken performance from the man of the month.
The start of Camvember is finally here and it's arriving without warning! Finally, after years of jokes, the movie we've always talked about on the Grindbin is here... and it sucks. Featuring a drunk Cameron Mitchell, a confused Martin Landau, a pissed off Jack Palance, and a poof of orange hair driving a yellow bus (no, really).
Featuring Bobby, Matt Anderson, Nick, and Luke from https://twotruefreaks.com/podcast/
Bobby and Mike are joined on the annual Grindbin Halloween episode by Eddie "The Axe" (Bloody Bits podcast) and Brady (Solid Six Podcast) to discuss the 1990's British horror comedy, I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle. Does anyone remember those shirts with tire treads on them? How far can does Deep Six go? Is the motorcycle even a vampire?
Yobo, Wick, Bobby, and Mike discuss the incredible George Romero film talked about for years on this show and it's finally here! A wonderful, deep, touching movie about a group of people who joust on motorcycles at Renaissance Fairs.
Lee and Leah from TMBDOS join Bobby and Mike to discuss a post-apocalyptic classic from 1987. What could go wrong when the earth undergoes a massive gas shortage and you drive the biggest semi-truck in existence?
The FBI enlists the help of two Domino Noids to commit crimes and find some sort of replicating machine that causes cancer... also there is a random island full of child priosners... It's the Three Fantastic Supermen everybody!!!! Bobby and Mike are joined by Tanner and THE NEW Tim on an episode of the Grindbin you don't want to miss.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Steve and Izzy (EILFM - Everything I Learned From Movies) to discuss an AMAZING request from a longtime Patreon member. When the recently born baby is possessed by the devil (or a dwarf) and goes on a murderous rampage, only Sister Nunya can come to the rescue. Joan Collins, Donald Pleasence, and a killer baby... what more do you need?! This movie rules.
The Grindbin will be back with an all new episode next week! In the meantime, please enjoy a complimentary mini bin from our Patreon!
Michael Dudikoff finally arrives on the Grindbin! ... in a movie you've probably never heard of. Bobby, Candice, Spencer, and Mike discuss this "future" movie where we are pretty sure the director thinks a computer virus is a literal virus. Featuring an amazing performance from Brion James and an unforgettable baseball game!
Summer Sequel Month 2022 comes to an end with the Patreon Poll Pick, Scream Blacula Scream. Daniel, Tim, Bobby, and Mike break down the return of Mamuwalde (Blacula) as a result of a voodoo spell. It's a banger of an episode with some classic bits including Yobo beating up a cab driver, ED-209 answering noise complaints, and a brand new role for Dean Cain!
The Beach Crew (Mary, Bobby, Julie, and Mike) return to Summer Sequel Month 2022 with an absolutely bonkers entry into the beach party cinematic universe. Frankie is barely here, Annette is dressed like MC Hammer, and KFC has some wild product placement demands. All this... and more!
Summer Sequel Month 2022 continues with the "equal" to Rocky Horror Picture Show? Wick, Vaughn (Motion Picture Massacre), and Shane join Bobby and Mike to discuss the ill-conceived sequel which has almost nothing to do with the first movie.
Summer Sequel Month 2022 continues with a reluctant return to the Angel cinematic universe. Grindbin all-star director Tom DeSimone (Chatterbox, Hell Night) returns to the bin and we're pretty sure he's never seen an Angel movie before... We never thought we would say this but... where's Yoyo? and who the hell is Spanky?!
Guests include: Chuck (of the Grindbin 3 that there are actually 4 of) and Brady from The Solid Six Podcast https://twitter.com/solidsixpodcast
Summer Sequel Month 2022 starts off with the Kaiju Crew (Julie, Nick, Bobby, and Mike) discussing one of the most infamous Godzilla movies ever made! Originally called Godzilla Vs. The Smog Monster in the US, this is the only Godzilla film where the director was BANNED from making another by longtime producer Tomoyuki Tanaka. Find out why on this episode of the bin!
The only superhero movie that Disney doesn't want you to know exists! Woody is a creepy comic book writer who imagines himself as a superhero; or a spy; or both; or neither. Condorman is a movie with almost no redeaming qualities - except for a very drunk Oliver Reed. Watch as the CIA funds a man's midlife crisis with the 1981 US defense budget.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Eddie the Axe (Bloodybits Podcast) and Matt Anderson to discuss the return of Grindbin All-Star Joseph Merhi (The Sweeper). This over-the-top action classic starring Gary Daniels features more of Merhi's patented stuntman-killing scenes and one of the most convoluted plots we've ever tried to dissect on the show. Clones? Militias? Government experiments? Houseboat Sensei? Pool Table felt carpeting? This movie has it all... and more!
Bobby, Wick, Chris, and Mike discuss this Sam Elliott, Peter Weller buddy cop film that has everything you could ever want from an 80's action movie. Broadway cops, Rollercoaster fights, and an ending that has to be seen to be believed; Shakedown is the pinnacle of action movies and 80s entertainment.
Bobby, Terry, and Mike finally discuss the Patreon poll winner from months ago!
Director Umberto Lenzi (The Tough Ones) decided he had no interest in making a movie and literally left the set within a day, Michael Parks and John Saxon sleepwalk through their parts, and we still can't figure out if the GATORS! guy is real. Nightmare Beach is an enigma from start to finish and is truly a must watch.