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 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 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!
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.
Why are Catwoman, Ginger from Gilligans Island, and John Carradine in a softcore slasher movie from the 1980s? We have no idea but we are SO glad we watched this.
Thanks to Patreon member Aaron WC for the pick!
Massacre at Central High is an amazing exploitation film from the 1970's. An allegory for the rise of fascism under the facade of a high school movie... what more could you ask for?! Thanks to Gman from the Patreon for his pick.
Tim, Daniel, Bobby, and Mike talk about the first Andy Sidaris to ever be on the Grindbin, 1985's Malibu Express. Darby Hinton plays a secret agent that's trying to stop Russians from buying Apple II's... maybe??? Featuring an epic performance from Grindbin legend Sybil Danning
Tim, James, the McCollums, and Mike discuss one of the strangest movies to ever appear on the Grindbin. Traxx, a disgraced ex-cop and retired mercenary, just wants to live a quiet life in the Texas town he now calls home. He murders 90% of the population, takes down a mob ring, nearly gets a team of little leaguers killed, and has sex with the mayor... all so he can open his crappy cookie shop. This movie won the Grindbin Patreon poll...
Bobby and Mike are joined by Spencer and Joel from the Shoot the Piano Player: A French New Wave Podcast to discuss the 1965 Italian schlockfest Bloody Pit of Horror starring an oiled up Mickey Hargitay dressed like a sexy Domino's Noid... you read that right.
Never Too Young to Die is by far one of the craziest movies to ever appear on the bin. John Stamos as James Bond Jr., Gene Simmons in drag, Mike has a personal connection to one of the crew members, and Daniel gives the worst/best van theory in the history of the Grindbin.
Bobby, Brody, Terry, and Mike discuss the 1982 horror film that features an incredible cast of Jack Palance, Martin Landau, and Donald Pleasence! Directed by Jack Sholder (Nightmare on Elm Street 2), Alone in the Dark is a glorious mess of a movie that is elevated by bizarre performances from multiple Academy Award winners.
Grab that can of V8, pull on that spandex, and say hello to Swordy La Forge... Ninja 3: The Domination has finally come to the Grindbin. Tanner, Eva, Bobby, and Mike discuss one of seminal films in the Cannon library as only the Grindbin can.
Bobby, Robby, Lee, and Mike discuss the classic James Bryan slasher in the woods movie. Jingle sticks, heirs to Razor fortunes, hubcap the cop, and the old bag a b****! This has everything you'd want in a bin movie.
Steve and Izzy (from Everything I Learned From Movies) and Robby join Mike and Bobby to discuss a movie requested from one of our longtime Patreon members, Gregory Freeman. Silver Dream Racer (1980) features a scene that will be talked about on the Grindbin for years to come.
Bobby, Spencer (We Cut Heads: A Spike Lee Podcast), and Mike discuss one of the most disgusting movies ever made... Street Trash (1987). Thanks to Trent on the Patreon for picking this movie.
Nick, Lee, Bobby, and Mike discuss a movie about a guy... from Harlem. If you're looking for action, romance, suspense, and an ending you'd never see coming; this movie is not for you. The Guy From Harlem is one of those movies that has to be seen to be believed, a movie only the Grindbin could make you care about.
Tanner, Faustus, Bobby and Mike discuss the Isaac Hayes classic Truck Turner. With a brilliant performance from Yaphet Kotto and a shocking role for Nichelle Nichols (Uhura on Star Trek), Truck Turner is a fun movie that is recommended viewing for any fans of exploitation cinema.
Summer Sequel Month 2020 begins with the return of Burt Reynolds as Gator McKlusky. We covered White Lightning years ago and this sequel has... nothing to do with it. Bobby, Robby, Tanner, and Mike break down Burt Reynolds' directing debut.
If there is one thing we've always loved on the Grindbin, it's the 1970's. Then came Mag Wheels... Who would have thought the director of Midnight Plowboy could create one of the most offensive movies of all time? Something so vile that it's been nearly wiped off the internet in an attempt to never show the true horrors that lurk beneath its celluloid skin.
Eddie the Axe (The Let's Get Shitty Show) and Steve and Izzy (Everything I Learned From Movies) join Bobby and Mike to talk about the Larry Cohen classic... The Stuff (1985). Because enough is never enough...
Bobby, The McCollums and Mike discuss a movie about a killer car that's not called Christine. A killer car is on the loose is a small desert town and it's up to James Brolin to stop it. Thanks to Patreon member John Corbin for this pick!
Grindbin All-star Hal Needham has sent us an Angel in the form of the gloriously bad 80's BMX film RAD. Does the director of Smokey and the Bandit know anything about BMX bikes? Is Lori Loughlin trying to scam her way into college? Did this kid actually spend 10 grand on T-shirts? Well get ready to go ass sliding with the bin and find out.
Leo Fong, Cameron Mitchell, and Stack Pierce return to the Grindbin for a second helping of that infamous Fong charisma. While Killpoint established Leo Fong as an action star, Low Blow shows us that Leo is both a ladies man and a comedian. A real triple threat!