take you on a roller-coaster ride through a maniacal funhouse of eldritch horrors and blazing laser swords. We dig our teeth into gutsy genre stories and movies that aren't afraid to take on a gang of vampire nuns.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 13 – Oh Riki, The Ballad of Riki

Merry Holidays and Happy Solstice from Grind Pulp Podcast. Listen in as we dig into two stories and our feature film discussion, Riki-Oh: The Story of Riki. There’s a new Grind Pulp Podcaster. The voice of the one and only Manga Matt can be heard for the first time on this episode. Matt digs so deep into The Story of Riki that we were almost pulled into a whirlwind of kung fu flutter kicks. Jeronimo and Andrew checked out the Back Alley Film Series screening of The Visitor (1979), Jeronimo checked out some Just Cause Universe stuff by Ian Thomas Healy, Manga Matt’s been reading some Love and Rockets comics as well as the Attack on Titan manga.

The short stories we cover in the episode:

1. Doc Panic, by David White, in Pro Se Presents: November 2012

2. Mind Prison, by Dave Zeltserman

Feature Film Discussion:

Grab some popcorn and Grape Soda the next time you’re out at the store. We recommend popping in one of those movie style poppers. Also, have wet and dry paper towels nearby so you don’t get butter all over your e-reader or remote control. See you next time!

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast – Episode 12 or Somethin’ – All Superheroes Must Die

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Join Andrew Crevier and Jeronimo Brown as they discuss two killer superhero short stories as well as the super low budget film, All Superheroes Must Die (aka VS), and Kick-Ass 2.


1. “Sovereign,” by James R. Tuck in, The Big Bad Anthology

2. “Cleansed and Set in Gold,” by Matthew Sturges in, Masked

Feature Films:

1. All Superheroes Must Die (2011) directed by Jason Trost

2. Kick-Ass 2 (2013) directed by Jeff Wadlow

Look for Episode 13 two weeks from now. We'll be discussing a Grind Pulp martial arts movie.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 11 Ghoulies Gone Wild!

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In this episode of the Grind Pulp Podcast we discuss James Malone’s movie pick, “Ghoulies,” from 1985. In the end, the question as to how this movie was selected was never answered, but we hope you all have a fun time listening to this episode. Our next episode has already been recorded. Maybe we can get a regular release schedule figured out.


1. McHumans by Kevin Strange
2. Porn Gnomes by Paul Chapman
3. The Shed by J. A. Konrath

Feature Presentation:

Ghoulies (1985) directed by Luca Bercovici

Up next: VS

Sunday, October 13, 2013

GRIND PULP PODCAST - Episode 10 - Iahnian Maids, Mexican Grenades, and Machete Blades

Tequila, Cervesa, and Machetes abound in this 10th episode of the GRIND PULP PODCAST. We've hit a decade! Go rate us and subscribe via itunes.

Short Stories:
1. The Tale of the Baron's Tribute - Derrick Ferguson
2. Father Dukes - discovered by Bart Lessard
3. Blood and Tacos - discovered by Johnny Shaw

Double Feature

Friday, October 11, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 09 - Biker Bloodbath Bonanza

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Make way for the Impalers as Andrew Crevier and Jeronimo Brown get their hands dirty with chain grease and sacred blood. We talk three biker short stories and our feature film, “Dear God No!” A mountain of coke can’t get in our way. This is Grind Pulp Podcast! Get ready to run for cover as we lay waste to doomsday dickwads with napalm ejectors and plasma grenades.


1. Red Hair and Black Leather - Jordan Harper
2. Black Night in Hades - Mike O’Connor
3. Throttle - Joe Hill and Stephen King

Feature Presentation:
Dear God No! - directed by James Bickert

Check back soon for free ski-ball tickets redeemable for your favorite Slurpie. Lawn Jarts and an IROC-Z competition will held for all survivors of the Octopolypse.


Sunday, September 15, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 08 – They Live!

Grind Pulp Podcast EP 08 – They Live!

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It’s the 25th Anniversary of the John Carpenter classic, They Live. In this episode we quickly run through three short stories before being assimilated into our film discussion.


1. “Text 666 for Mom” by David Boop in Aliens Among Us - Pulp Empire Vol. 1

2. “Wool” by Hugh Howey

Feature Presentation:

They Live   director: John Carpenter

We’ll be jumping into some new stuff over here. Between our main episodes we’ll be covering some of the new things Hollywood is shoveling into our theatres, and we’ll be checking out some Blu Ray releases. This coverage will be limited to whatever we get the chance to check out in the action, horror, sci-fi, and fantasy genres.

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 07 - The Re-Animated Corpse of Sheila E. in the Cadillac Desert

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 07 – The Re-Animated Corpse of Sheila E. in the Cadillac Desert

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Let the Crazy begin!


1. Cold As He Wishes - C.M. Shelvin - The Undead: Zombie Anthology - Permuted Press


1. Re-Animator — 1985 — Stuart Gordon

Re-Animator is currently streaming on Netflix. These show notes will be updated.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast EP06 - The Epic Conan of Cimmeria Episode!

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 06
Conan of Cimmeria aka The Epic Conan Episode

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In this episode the Grind Pulp Podcast team discuss three Conan stories and three Conan movies. Things start slow but soon escalate as we get deeper into the stories and dive headlong into the Conan films. The Howard stories have become public domain and are available for free. This episode includes a special appearance of a Warlock and is the most epic Conan podcast ever!

1. “The People of the Black Circle” (1934) by Robert E. Howard
2. “Legions of the Dead” (1978) by Lin Carter and Sprague de Camp
3. “The Tower of the Elephant” (1933) by Robert E. Howard

1. “Conan the Barbarian” (1982) – directed by John Milus. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, James Earl Jones, and Max Von Sydow.
2. “Conan the Destroyer” (1984) – directed by Richard Fleischer. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Grace Jones, and Wilt Chamberlain.
3. “Conan the Barbarian” (2011) – directed by Marcus Nispel. Starring Jason Momoa, Ron Pearlman, and Rose McGowan

This Epic Conan Episode clocks in at an hour-and-a-half, and we didn’t even scratch the surface. That adventure will be up to you.

Also read these great Conan stories from Robert E. Howard:

Queen of the Black Coast

The God in the Bowl

Red Nails

And many more!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Santo Diablo vs. The Albino Alligator - Available NOW

Santo Diablo's first adventure is finally available! Written by Grind Pulp Podcast co-host, Andrew Crevier, this story blends horror, fantasy, and humor into a fast-paced urban adventure. Get it now for your Kindle or Kindle app. Keep an eye out for Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 06 - Conan of Cimmeria. We'll be recording next week and releasing it shortly thereafter. Do the Conan films stand up to Robert E. Howard's seminal creation? 

Friday, July 19, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 05 – Herbie Melon and the Spires of Doom

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James Malone made it back to the show after safely returning from Ecuador, where he spent the past several weeks on an intense spelunking and guano collecting expedition.

In this episode Andrew, James and Jeronimo discuss three intriguing short stories.


1. “Dilapidated Islands” by Jonathan Woods in Bad Juju and Other Tales of Madness and Mayhem

2. “Grocery List” by Tom Pitts, featured in Crimefactory Issue #13

3. “Blood for the Vampire Dead” by Robert Leslie Bellum featured in The Pulp Fiction MegaPack: 25 Classic Pulp Stories

James gives his thoughts on the short story, “Bad Juju” and discusses the main character, who reminds him of the stunning and sexy Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) on USA Network’s “Burn Notice.”


Scanners – 1981 – David Cronenberg

The Brotherhood of the Wolf – 2001 – Christophe Gans

The Raid Redemption – 2011 – Gareth Evans

In addition, Geronimo gives his lackluster feelings towards the recent “Superman: Man of Steel” release, and Andrew announces an upcoming format change.

Supplemental Info:
The character from “Grocery Run” reminded Jeronimo of the main character from Chad Kultgen’s novels: The Average American Male and The Average American Marriage.

Watching the fight scenes from The Raid: Redemption reminded him of The Protector starring Tony Jaa. Go to YouTube and check out this clip from the stairway fight scene for a taste of that movie’s awesomeness.

And for conspiracy theorist types check out these articles on supposed U.S. Military involvement in psychic phenomena with Project Stargate and Pentagon Witches. Crazy shit that might actually be true.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 04 - Nazis!

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In this episode Andrew and Jeronimo discuss three short stories and three movies. James was ill disposed, out on a death defying adventure. Andrew sits back and lets Jeronimo delve deep into his overly critical rant on Inglorious Basterds, a fine movie you should all check out if you haven’t already.

Luckily Jeronimo isn’t around to counter that statement. I don’t have time to send these show notes his way for any sort of team consensus. - Andrew

Short Stories:
1.     Topless Vampire Bitches of the SS (in Pulp Ink 2) – Christopher Black
2.     The Brown Bomber and the Nazi Werewolves of the SS (in Curse of the Full Moon) – Matt Vene
3.     BPRD 1946 – Mike Mignola and

1.     Dead Snow
2.     Iron Sky
3.     Inglorious Basterds

Follow Andrew Crevier on Instagram for up to the minute (day?) pics from the land of the rising sun. He’s staying with old people. They don’t have interwebs. Uploads will be made from a basement at Kamiooka station, Starbucks in Totsuka, Odaiba, and various locals in Tokyo. A Susperia themed bar and another horror themed bar are to be hit up as well as a retro arcade in Odaiba, Hanayashikii urban theme park, Takoyaki museum, and etc.

Please excuse the lack of hyperlinks to all of the covered material. We'll make up for it on the next episode, or if I get time between yakitori, beer, and ramen tasting - I'll see what I can do.

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 03 - Slap Yo Mamma

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Don’t slap your mamma, but do listen to our third episode of the Grind Pulp Podcast. Anything goes in this episode as we discuss three short stories and three very different films.

1.    A Good Day to Die (from Blood and Tacos #4) by Brad Mengel
2.    Tassels of Terror a Bubba the Monster Hunter Short Story by John Hartness
3.    Shelter (from Zombie Pulp) by Tim Curran

1.    The Car (1977)
2.    Ninja Scroll (1993)
3.    John Dies at the End (2012)

Andrew revisits his feelings toward the Better Off Undead podcast. Apparently Johnny B Truant doesn’t care for John Carpenter films. What???

 James explores his unbridled love of all the movies he grew up with, a passion that led him to recommend Time Rider and The Car.

Jeronimo waxes poetic on the use of comic relief in horror stories. A redneck monster hunter, dimwitted strippers, beer, and a werewolf weren’t enough to make him giggle? He’s not laughing. He needs a hug.

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Sunday, May 26, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast - Episode 02 - Weird Westerns

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Grind Pulp Podcast is here to talk all things Grind Pulp. In the episode we talk Weird Westerns and discuss three short stories as well as weird western movies. 

1. Greenhorns - William R. D. Wood
2. Unicorn Western 1 - Sean Platt & Johnny B. Truant 
3. Of all the Plagues A Lover Bears - Derrick Ferguson

1. Westworld - Michael Crichton
2. El Topo - Alejandro Jordorowsky
3. Cowboys vs. Aliens - John Favreau

A few more movies get mentioned. Andrew bashes on the Better off Undead podcast (this just our second episode), and other hi-jinx ensue.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Grind Pulp Podcast - Episode 01

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Welcome to the first Grind Pulp Podcast. If you're a first time listener, we highly reccomend that you don't start with this episode. It took us about 4-5 episodes to get the feel for things. From there, we have gotten even more acclimated to wild world of podcasting. Episode 13 is where we picked up Manga Matt. James Malone's final appearance in our first year was on Episode 11 - Ghoulies Gone Wild.

We'd like you to start at around Episode 5 or 6 and listen as our production becomes better up through our current output. After that, come back to see how it all started. 

For those who insist on beginning here, we'll forgive you, but remember that we had no idea what we were doing. 

Fast forward a year and you'll find that we are still learning and honing and working to improve Grind Pulp Podcast. Thanks!

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