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Grindbin Podcast - Grindhouse and Exploitation Films

Join your hosts Mike and Bobby as they delve into the world of grindhouse and exploitation films from the 1970's, 1980's and beyond. The movies they discuss range from the funny to the downright bizarre but they are always fascinating and often forgotten gems.
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May 4, 2016

Blood Diner is one of those rare movies that succeeds by being bad on purpose. Typically these types of movies don't come across as genuine and create a false sense of so-bad-it's-good. Bad movies that we remember and talk about are never made to be bad on purpose, they are earnest attempts by filmmakers who simply won't back down in the face of people telling them they are insane. These are the true gems of trash cinema and Blood Diner somehow crosses over this line.

The Director, Jackie Kong, was certainly aware of what she was making but the final product is so bizzare and disjointed from reality that you can't help but laugh. Most of the dialogue (if not all) seems completely re-dubbed in the ADR booth. Exposition is haphazardly fired off by characters (onscreen and off) talking almost in fast forward. This movie is simply one of the most bizzare spectales you will ever witness.

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