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.
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.
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.
Tim, Daniel, Vaughn, and Mike get ready for pledge night during the big April Fools party at Slasher University. Shelved for over two years and only making $900 on it's initial release, Killer Party is a great hidden gem of the mid-80's slasher films.
Every so often a movie comes around and is an instant classic... this is one of those movies. Karate Cops ranks up there with some of the greatest bin movies ever - Mind Trap, Champagne and Bullets, Miami Connection, White Fire. You have to watch this movie.
Bobby, Chuck, Lee, Lady Leah, and Mike discuss an Italian Poliziotteschi movie from infamous director Ruggero Deodato (Cannibal Holocaust and Raiders of Atlantis). Are the good guys worse than the bad guys? Was Deodato able to refrain from animal abuse? Was Mike's Mom in the movie?! All this, and more!
Fuastus, Bobby, Mike, and eventually Tim discuss a Giallo movie that answers the question as old as time... can you get busy in a row boat?
Bobby, Candice, Robby, and Mike discuss an over the top action movie starring infamous Grindbin All Star C. Thomas Howell. Featuring action sequences where literally hundreds of people are killed. It's an insane ride that can't be missed.
Tim, Vaughn, and Mike discuss a great little slasher movie from the 70's starring Hal Holbrook and Lawrence Dane. Some great filmmaking discussion in this episode as well as plenty of patented Yobo Gold.
The Yongary crew returns to discuss another post-apocalyptic movie from Enzo G. Castellari (1990: The Bronx Warriors and Escape from the Bronx). Is Enzo working through some issues onscreen? Is Fred Williamson's character only 10? Is it homeschool or robot? All these questions and more answered on this post-bomb dropping episode of the bin!
Bobby and Mike discuss a movie that was intended to jumpstart the Jamaican film industry... only that never happened. A fascinating story of a film gone wrong, Popcorn being a precursor to the meta horror movement, and whether or not UC Surfboard decided to pay its electric bill.
Terence Hill finally makes his Grindbin debut... without Bud Spencer. The Nightmare Crew (Bobby, Chuck, Lee, and Mike) discuss an awesome comedy from legendary Italian filmmaker Sergio Corbucci. Featuring a legendary performance from Ernest Borgnine.
Thanks to Patreon member Joe Holt for requesting this 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 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.
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.
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!