Wick, Vaughn, Brady, and Mike discuss the recent winner of the John Huston Would Do Anything Poll from our Patreon, 1976's The Visitor. Is this an incredible artistic vision realized onscreen, or just some dude that liked hot dogs and Pong? Does Vaughn finish filing his taxes by the end of the episode? Can a Vampire be a Motorcycle? All these questions will be answered... and more!
The grindbin will return with a new episode next week! For now, enjoy a recent mini bin from our Patreon.
Bobby, Wick, Chef Robby, and Mike discuss the 1950's gameshow about married couples being forced to talk to horny ventriloquist dummies and then asked questions to try and feed their families for another week.
Chef Robby and J.M. Brandt join Bobby and Mike to discuss this sci-fi most dangerous game mashup. A movie that seemingly has everything you could ever ask for in a bad movie: bad sci-fi effects, monsters, horny robots, an attractive cast, Predator's weird brother... yet it delivers on NONE of this. Slave Girls ranks as one of the worst movies we've ever had to cover on the bin, so enjoy our pain!
Daniel, James, Chuck, and Mike discuss the second winner in the Here Come The Boys poll from our Patreon. The Hollywood Knights is fondly remembered by some people... and those people are not most of the Grindbin crew. Potentially more offensive than Party Animal, The Hollywood Knights has everything you could never want in a movie; which makes it a perfect choice to be on the Grindbin. So start that engine, drive down Van Nuys Blvd, and pull into the drive-in.
With the recent passing of legendary director, and Grindbin All Star, Ruggero Deodato (Raiders of Atlantis), the bin and Lee and Leah from TMBDOS! celebrate one of his lesser talked about films, Cut and Run (1985). Often mistaken for a cannibal movie (like Deodato's Cannibal Holocaust), Cut and Run is a drug running movie with a brilliant performance from Grindbin all star Richard Lynch and an incredibly unhinged performances from Bibleman himself, Willie Aames.