Blairvember 2017 continues with a movie you wouldn't even find in the bottom of a Blockbuster dumpster. A true must-see-to-believe piece of "entertainment" that is a shocking testament to how powerful a paycheck can be.
Murray Langston returns to the Grindbin to prove why he might be our least favorite person in existence. We honestly thought there could never be a movie worse than Night Patrol on this podcast, and then you did it again Murray!
Blairvember 2017 is here! A movie that tries to present a moral high ground, only to have everyone turn into a Zombie, is a so-bad-it’s-good type of affair where Linda Blair and Dan Haggerty give vintage performances of indifference.
On this episode of the Grindbin we examine one of the most notorious film disasters of all time. A movie that went wrong on so many levels they needed two directors and a Whoopie cushon to try and save it.
On this episode we talk about a movie that is great, despite what anybody else says, it's great and everyone else - including my co-hosts - are wrong, wrong, wrong!
Yeti is another example of why Italian filmmakers from the 70s were so damn interesting. In an attempt to capitalize on the 1970's reboot of King Kong, a Canadian production by way of Italy decided to simply replace the giant Ape with a giant Yeti and the results are hilariously bad.
The guys are here to talk about one of the greatest pieces of bad cinema ever made, Enter The Ninja. One of the Cannon Group's best/worst outings is a masterpiece of schlock cinema and is necessary viewing for anyone who calls themselves a fan of this podcast.
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The boys are here to talk about a movie from infamous exploitation director Ruggero Deodato (Cannibal Holocaust). Sunken nuclear subs, Atlantis, hitmen, and post-apocalyptic biker gangs; how do they all fit into the same movie? We're still not sure.