Bobby and Mike are joined by Matt from The Compañeros Radio Network to discuss one of the most notorious movies of all time. A brilliant scheme to catch the real Zodiac Killer, a pizza marketing stunt, and men in freezers; this episode and this movie, has it all.
The Haigladays for 2019 comes to a close with one of Jack Hill's (Switchblade Sisters, The Big Bird Cage, Coffy) first movies. Julie joins Bobby and Mike to talk about a movie way ahead of it's time and featuring a great vintage performance from Lon Cheney Jr.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Daniel to ring in the second week of the Haigladays. Wonder Women is one of those amazing movies that has everything you could ever want in an exploitation film: bad kung fu, mad science, coke-fueled rants, and of course, Sid Haig in a puffy shirt.
December is dedicated to honoring the late, great, Sid Haig on the Grindbin. Our Sidmas celebration begins with a women in prison film that finds Pam Grier and Margaret Markov chained to each other trying to break off a Filipino island.
Bobby, Tanner, Shane and Mike discuss an incredible direct-to-video movie staring Jonathan Ke Quan (Short Round from Temple of Doom), Bolo Yueng (Bloodsport), and Jerry Trimble. Have we found the Mind Trap of Martial Arts movies?
Faustus comes to visit Mike and Mann in LA to record an in-person episode about one of Sergio Martino's infamous Horror films from the early 1970's. Torso, maybe one of the earliest movies that could be considered a part of the slasher genre, has all the hallmarks of classic Italian genre cinema.
Summer Sequel month 2019 continues with Bobby, Shane, and Mike discussing the sequel to 1974's The Street Fighter with martial arts legend Sonny Chiba.
Mike and Molly are joined by guests Amber and Austin to discuss a movie filled with secret cults, teenage drama, and, of course, the inside of a man's... "I love the smell of a hunt but I love the taste of a shunt!"
Faustus, Mann, and Mike are here to discuss the most infamous Yip tease of all time! Sex and Zen is truly one of the most insane movies ever made... words can't do it justice.
Grindbin International Month concludes with Bobby, Mann and Mike at Hong Kong Robocon 2019 where they have been forced to review the Hong Kong Category 3 classic, Riki-Oh! If you've never seen this movie before, you should absolutely watch it before listening to this episode.
As Grindbin International month continues, Bobby and Mike find themselves stuck in Indonesia and just so happen to run into guests Terry and Shane in the local Sizzler. The boys have all seen the movie The Devil's Sword and decide to record an episode about it. This movie has everything you could ever want! Violence, action, magic, and even crocodile men!
Mann, Bobby, and Mike are here to discuss an Alien rip-off from Roger Corman. With one of the oddest ensemble casts in sci-fi history, the crew of a space ship wanders around a planet for a while before a giant worm rapes somebody... seriously.
Bobby and Mike are joined by Joel (We Cut Heads: A Spike Lee Podcast) to discuss a movie requested by our Patreon member Eric. Texas Lightning stars Cameron Mitchell, his son and, for some strange reason, Marcia Brady (Maureen McCormick) in a role that... doesn't age well.
Mike and Mann are joined by one of the Grindbin 4, Faustus, to talk about the origin of the term Grindhouse in a special double feature of the Grindbin. The guys discuss two different "scare" movie from the 1930s and find out why these films were once considered "educational". For anyone who is a fan of exploitation cinema, this is a must listen.
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's... Turkish Superman? On this episode of the bin, Bobby, Tanner, and Mike discuss a movie requested from one of our Patreon members (Thanks Hughie!). Director Kunt Tulgar took a trip with his parents and saw Richard Donner's Superman, he then had the bright idea that he could do that himself... and he did! The result is one of the worst movies ever made.
Tanner, Bobby, and Mike are here to talk about a movie with one of the strangest titles of all time. Sssssss (7 S's), starts out as a classic Universal Monster movie but soon devolves into monologues about snake religion, snake racism and the belief that the title "king" in King Cobra actually means it's part of the royal family. It's a very, very strange movie that makes for some great Grindbin fodder.
We've talked about movies without plot before on the Grindbin; we've raged over runtime runtime runtime issues... nothing could prepare us for this movie. Nothing.
We are sorry in advance to our listeners from the UK. In a very special Christmas episode, the boys from the Bomb's Away Podcast join Mike and Bobby for a movie that should have never been opened. From the creators of Pieces comes 1984's Don't Open Till Christmas! Complete with lots and lots of bad British impressions from your hosts.
Dan Haggerty returns to the Grindbin in a new DanCember classic. Maybe the greatest movie of all time, seriously, Mind Trap might be the greatest movie ever made. Ever!
Godmonster of Indian Flats is a movie about a giant sheep monster from space that is threatening to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting Nevada mining town! Except the movie isn't about this... at all. Is there even a sheep monster?! Find out on this episode of the bin.
Blairvember continues with a Linda-in-prison movie that finds her held captive in East Germany where her, um, boyfriend? is trying to break her out, or not... Will Linda spend the entire movie crying? Will she become Savage Streets Linda? Will she get out of East Germany alive?! Find out on this episode of the Grindbin.
Record City might be the lost sequel to our very favorite movie on the Grindbin, 1977's The Van. This is the only other movie to star Stuart Goetz (Bobby from The Van) and the similarities don't end there. Record City was requested by one of our Grindbin Patreon members. Thanks Jason!
A Patreon request from Listener Aaron WC! Grindbin All-Star Marki Bey (The Roommates) returns to the bin to avenge her dead fiancé with an army of undead zombies. Sugar Hill is an underrated exploitation classic. Voodoo and Zombies; what's not to love?
Russ Meyer returns to the Grindbin with a movie, well, technically a movie, about... It's Russ Meyer... you either know already or you don't. If you Google his name it's certainly a NSFW result.