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The GrindCast is a podcast about B-movies, grindhouse, and exploitation cinema. If you love cheesy low-budget shlock, you've come to the right place.

The GrindCast is a podcast about B-movies, grindhouse, and exploitation cinema. If you love cheesy low-budget shlock, you've come to the right place.
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United States

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The GrindCast is a podcast about B-movies, grindhouse, and exploitation cinema. If you love cheesy low-budget shlock, you've come to the right place.

Twitter:

@TheOpenRift

Language:

English

Contact:

7039447601


Episodes

Episode 11: Escape from New York (1981)

6/23/2019
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Escape from New York is one of those action films that you don't forget. For me, it's up there with films like The Terminator and The Matrix. ...Except it's underrated as hell.

Duration:01:50:27

Episode 10: Mad Max (1979)

6/9/2019
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The original Mad Max trilogy played a big role in kick-starting the post-apocalyptic subgenre. In this episode, we're taking a look at the humble beginnings of the series in Mel Gibson's first major starring role.

Duration:01:40:37

Episode 9: Evil Dead II (1987)

5/26/2019
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After missing last week due to final exams, we're finally back and groovier than ever as we take a look at Evil Dead II. Unsurprisingly, I sound like a runny-nosed fool yet again.

Duration:01:56:21

Episode 8: Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)

5/5/2019
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A wonderful time to be sick again, just in time for this episode as we look at John Carpenter's 2nd film, Assault on Precinct 13.

Duration:01:32:08

Episode 7: Chopping Mall (1986)

4/20/2019
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In today's episode we look at the camp classic, Chopping Mall from Roger Corman's Concord Pictures. Behind all the typical sleaze of this film lies a surprisingly decent cast of characters with an adorable main couple.

Duration:02:01:26

Episode 6: The Evil Dead (1981)

4/7/2019
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J O I N U S in this episode as we take a look at Sam Raimi's shoestring budget legend, The Evil Dead. This brutal piece of cinema has been a big inspiration for me (Alex) personally, because it shows how an indie film from a bunch of nobodies can become such a cult sensation and launch careers of a much bigger scope.

Duration:01:59:58

Episode 5: The Burning (1981)

3/25/2019
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A cold. A runny nose. Perfect conditions for a podcast, right? In today's episode, we look at the underrated summer camp slasher, The Burning.

Duration:01:33:26

Episode 4: Death Race 2000

3/11/2019
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In today's episode, Landen has come to visit during his spring break and we take a look at Roger Corman's cornerstone classic, Death Race 2000.

Duration:01:27:07

Episode 3: Suspiria (1977)

2/24/2019
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Suspiria is a film that helps show that exploitation cinema is an art just as the rest of cinema. Dario Argento's giallo classic is the pinnacle of pure Italian artistry. As you can tell, many instances of gushing will ensue this episode.

Duration:01:15:40

Episode 2: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

2/10/2019
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It didn't take long for us to finally explore the 70s horror-exploitation classic, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. Come and watch us gush on this 16mm beauty, discuss the experience, and just laugh our asses off.

Duration:01:17:50

Episode 1: Pieces (1982)

1/28/2019
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Today we look at the Spanish-Italian slasher gem, Pieces. Expect episodes about every two weeks, so stay tuned. Apologies for the crappy mic quality, I'll try to have it fixed by next time! -Alex

Duration:01:00:08