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!
Bobby, Steve & Izzy, and Mike talk about a a movie from the Director of Cruel Jaws. What happens when you mix a post apocalyptic movie with an animal attack movie? Except all the animals are just really high rats?
Bobby, Jonathan from Rewind Road Trip (rewindroadtrip.com), and Mike discuss an interesting choice for Oscar Nominee Piper Laurie.
Fresh off her nominated role in 1976's Carrie, and after nearly a decade away from the screen, Pipe Laurie chose to star in this lesser known horror film about a woman running a haunted drive-in. An absolute disaster from start to finish, Ruby is the perfect choice for the bin.
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Candice and Chef Robby join Mike and Booby to discuss the winner of this month's Patreon poll, Ghost Keeper. A movie that takes place on New Years Eve and is supposed to feature a Wendigo... except they apparently ran out of money half way through production. What's left is a confusing sequence of wandering through hotel rooms and one of the strangest monologues in any bin movie.
Blairvember: The Final Chapter continues with a movie brought to you by the team who made the Grindbin classic, Blood Debts. Animals with guns, a homemade tank, a haunted house, and something Linda has NEVER done before in a Blairvember. SFX Retaliator has a little bit of everything.
Bobby, Eddie the Axe, and Mike are joined by new guest J.M. Brandt (@mrjmbrandt) for the annual Halloween special of the Grindbin. This year we are covering Neon Maniacs - what's a Neon Maniac you ask? We don't really know. There was apparently 27 of them at one time, then there were 12 in the movie but none of them have names. The script was also supposed to be three hours long and they only decided to film half of it. It's a glorious mess and you just should press play and listen to this episode.
Find J.M. Brandt's new comic Swamp Dogs at SwampDogsComic.com
Bobby and Mike are joined by "The Human Monster Truck" Perry Von Vicious (@PerryVonVicious) to discuss a movie about love, loss, and a murderous monster truck with a giant drill. Featuring an amazing performance from Grindbin All Star Ned Beatty (Gator, White Lightning, Exorcist II) and some great pro wrestling stories from Perry Von Vicious.
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Summer Sequel Month 2021 continues with a sequel? Executioner, Part 2 sees Grindbin All-Star James Bryan (Don't Go Into the Woods) rip off The Exterminator before they could ever get the sequel into the theaters. The result is an amazingly inept movie that truly has to be seen to be believed.
Mann returns to the bin as Summer Sequel Month 2021 kicks off with the last in the Death Wish series. A confounding entry into the Death Wish series featuring an incredibly old Bronson barely even picking up a gun. Directed by someone with no connection to the past films and produced by only one of the Cannon guys, the movie is saved by an amazing performance from Michael Parks and baffling death traps.
Featuring infamous Bronson roaster himself, Eddie "The Axe" from The Bloody Bits Horror Show!
Prepare for one of the strangest movies to ever hit the bin, The Baby (1973) is outlandish, depraved, and a perfect pick for this show. Eddie, Candice, Tim, and Mike break down a movie about a grown man living as an infant.
The bin is back with an amazing "film" written, directed, and starring John De Hart. If you like episodes like Demon Cop, Lost Faith or Miami Connection, you'll love this movie. Co-starring an incredibly drunk Wings Hauser with Grindbin All-Stars William Smith and Pamela Jean Bryant, Champagne and Bullets (also called GetEven or Road to Revenge) is an incredible ride.
If you enjoy a Grindbin episode that goes completely off the track, you'll LOVE this one. More of an experience than an episode, Hi-Riders took two recording sessions, multiple guests, and hours of editing to bring you one of the most insane episodes of the Grindbin ever produced. Also... we talk about a movie.
The Patreon Poll winner for May, Santo and Blue Demon vs. the Monsters (1970) finally brings a Santo movie to the Grindbin! What an incredible movie filled with third-rate monsters, make out Santo masks, and lots and lots of Santo reading newspapers... what more could you ask for!
Bobby returns to the Grindbin and joins Candice, Charlie, and Mike to discuss a Troma "classic" featuring a younger Billy Bob Thornton. Thanks to our Patreon member Kady for the pick!
The boys discuss an "animal" attack movie from the Director of Pieces. Killer slugs invade the small town of Seattle Spain and it's up to the local bureaucrats to stop them! An absolutely insane movie but what else would you expect from Juan Piquer Simón.
Sorry in advance to any Australian Grindbin fans! The boys discuss a movie that every Australian listener of the show has been begging us to record an episode on. Well, it's here... are you ready for the hard takes? We sure hope so.
Thanks to Gamer Ape for the Patreon request
Mike, Eddie, Tim, and Daniel discuss the winner of the Patreon poll for April, Blood Debts. Featuring maybe one of the greatest endings in movie history, this ripoff Death Wish filmed in the Philippines is everything you could ever want from a Grindbin movie.
Laser Mission is truly in the upper tier of Grindbin movies. A banging theme song, horrible acting, shirt sheik, Ernest Borgnine, and not a single laser; what more could you want?! It's a movie that must be seen to be believed... Thanks to Aaron WC for the amazing Patreon pick... you can also get your pick on the show, find out at patreon.com/grindbin
Steve and Izzy from EILFM and Tim Yobo from Bloody Bits join the show to discuss an INSANE action movie from the late 80s. James Ryan (Kill and Kill Again), Oliver Reed, and Cameron Mitchell star in a movie directed by David Winters (Thrashin'). Cameron Mitchell stealing a guys bike, James Ryan's mom bugging him after the big race, Oliver Reed forcing another man's head into his crotch in a hot tub... what more could you want?!
Candice, Charlie, Bobby, and Mike discuss a glorious mess of a movie. Demon Wind has everything you'd want: bad dialogue, nonsensical plot twists, ancient marital aids, and a cameo from Lou Diamond Phillips!
Where do we begin... a movie that should have been about a truck stop brothel and ended up being about stocks or something... an appearance by Shane and Terry's evil cousins... and, of course, Mario Bros. bits. It's a complete mess and a classic episode of the Grindbin.
An average white guy transforms into a super hero wearing khakis and is apparently the only hope for Earth. Donald Pleasance appears in what he calls the worst film he's ever been in. The Pumaman, the Pumaman, the Pumaman...
Grindbin All-star Bruce Le returns to the Grindbin with a movie he wrote and directed... and it's AMAZING. Believe it or not, Bruce Le is kind of a sex guy. Renowned playboy Dick Cannon (Richard Harrison) and martial arts expert Huang (Bruce Le) team up to stop an international group of terrorists hell bent of distributing a male form of birth control... huh?
Bobby, Steve and Izzy, Shane and Terry, and Mike are here to discuss a movie about popcorn parties, yetis, throwing toaster in the tubs, and everything else you could ever want in a movie. Thanks to Patreon member John Knott for the recommendation!
What if we told you that Linda Blair starred in a Wes Craven movie that featured lots of horse crotch and all the men in the cast trying to sleep with their cousin? Well, it's real and there is no better way to start Blairvember 2020.