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 14, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 24 – BEASTMASTER

Join Manga Matt, Jeronimo Brown, and Andrew Crevier as they dig into the 1982 Don Coscarelli directed film, BEASTMASTER. You’ll learn about the origins of everybody’s favorite fast food chain. You’ll hear about a gushing eye ring, and about panty-stealing ferrets that stop at nothing to entertain as poor souls get eviscerated by gut munching bird-men-monsters. And let’s not forget the most savage S&M berserkers to ever maul their way onto the big screen.

Feature Presentation: The Beastmaster (1982) directed by Don Coscarelli

Readers won’t want to miss out on Episode 24.5 – Raw Steel of the Blood of the Gamma Beast!

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 23.5 – Live and Let Un-die

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In the theme of our Episode 23 double feature movie picks, everyone choose a short story featuring a main character who is fighting undead or demonic forces. Strap on your battle gear and get ready for three wild rides into the gurgling bowels of Grind Pulp.

1.   Jeronimo’s Pick: “MAGGOTS” by Tim Curran from the Vile Things: Extreme Deviations of Horror Anthology

2.   MangaMatt’s Pick: “Reiko of the Zombie Shop” Vol. 1-2 by: Rei Matsumoto

Listen in to find out what the next movie pick is for the Grind Pulp Podcast.

Monday, December 1, 2014

GRIND PULP PODCAST Episode 23 - Demon Knight of the Bordello that Dripped Blood

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Greetings boys and ghouls!!! Join the Grind Pulp crew as they dissect and mutilate corpses behind a mom and pop donut shop. Will Jeronimo and Matty P come to fisticuffs over which Tales from the Crypt movie stands tall? Will Andrew bestow another perfect score on the Grind Pulp-O-Meter? We've got a double feature in store, so grab some candy and soda and scream for more.
Feature Presentations:
  Demon Knight (1992) directed by Ernest R. Dickerson
  Bordello of Blood (1996) directed by Gilber Adler
You've had your turkey, but don't flip the script. The Time has come for some Tales from the Crypt.

Monday, October 20, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 22.5 - Cannibal Short Fiction Selections

This is our companion and final podcast in the Cannibal Extravaganza. We dig into three-plus-one short stories involving cannibalism, and hijinks ensue. Listen in to wrap your mind around the depravity and to find out how you can call Manga Matt on his special hotline number.


2. Page of Skulls – from People Eating People: A Cannibal Anthology – Tony Peak
+1 Bonus Death Orgy of the Leopard Women – from Wildcat Adventures, April 1960 – as told to Calvin Burke
3. Sophia and the Amazon Queen – from Masters of Taboo: Cannibalism – Brent Larentson

Our movie pick for Episode 23 is revealed in this podcast.

Sunday, October 5, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode - 22.B - CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST!


We’ve made it to the human meat and pota-toes of our Cannibal Movie Extravaganza. It’s the Citizen Cain of cannibal exploitation movies, Cannibal Holocaust. Join Andrew Crevier, Jeronimo Brown, and Manga Matt as they dissect and chew on this feast of fleshy film magic. As always, we like to chop things up a bit before we dive in. Manga Matt has been checking some stuff out. Andrew caught up on The Walking Dead. Tell your grandma all about us!

Feature Presentation: CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST

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Sunday, September 21, 2014

GRIND PULP PODCAST Episode 22.A - Wrath of the Cannibal Gods


Join Andrew Crevier, Jeronimo Brown, and Manga Matt as they brave the wilds of the Amazon and the sewers of Atlanta. The Cannibal Gods are thirsty for blood. We’re talking MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBAL GOD and CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE.
Jeronimo’s feature pick was CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST. We decided to go all in with a cannibal extravaganza – at least until the hard drive reached critical limits while we were scrambling to get Manga Matt on his way so he could take part in baaaad things.

Sunday, September 14, 2014



Join the Grind Pulp Podcast Crew as they discuss three story selections based on Andrew’s feature movie pick, MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE.


2. BLACK TRAILER – John A Burks, Jr.
3. TRUCKS – Stephen King

Come back next episode for a feast of flesh as the Grind Pulp Podcast Crew go too far into the deepest jungles to explore cannibals. Jeronimo’s selection, CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST, prompted Andrew to suggest an all out cannibal extravaganza. We’ll not only be checking out CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST, but also MOUNTAIN OF THE CANNIBA GOD and CANNIBAL APOCALYPSE.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 21 - Maximum MothaFucking Overdrive

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Welcome to Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 21. Andrew Crevier, Jeronimo Brown, and Manga Matt will be diving into Andrew’s movie pick. That feature presentation is the Stephen King directed film, MAXIMUM OVERDRIVE.
Before we jump in, we discuss the Lowdown (what we’ve been checking out), 40oz Malt Liquor Bottles, and Walking Pneumonia.
We have three cool story selections to accompany our feature presentation pick. You can check those out in our companion episode 21.5, next Sunday. 

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 20.5 - Megaton Robots & Sushi

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With MECHANICAL VIOLATOR HAKAIDER in mind, we each pull a prime pick of pulpy storytelling from our libraries. MangaMatt serves up some chop-sake sushi action with GET JIRO! by Anthony Bordain and Joel Rose.  Jeronimo follows up with a choice New Pulp adventure, IRON MONSTERS OF DEATH by Joel Jenkins, from the anthology ROBOTS UNLEASHED. Closing out, Andrew shows us a distorted dystopia where androids serve ice cream and priests are our only salvation from the zombie threat in MESSIAH 2.0 by Robert T. Jeschonek. All three of these stories are highly recommended by us.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

GRIND PULP PODCAST Episode 20 - Mechanical Violator Hakaider

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Mecha Sushi Mayhem!
In this episode of the Grind Pulp Podcast, we’ll be taking a look at MECHANICAL VIOLATOR HAKAIDER, the thing Robocop checks under his bed for. 
Andrew has a Bone to Pick with Matt in a new segment.
On the Lowdown, Jeronimo’s been catching up on some of the latest movies, including KNIGHTS OF THE DEAD. Manga Matt gushes about the scifi, dystopian manga BLAME!, and Andrew mentions his latest movie viewings. 
After our feature presentation discussion, listen in to hear what flicks each of us have kicking around on our personal top ten Grind Pulp movie lists.
It’s Manga Matt’s movie pick! His film topic de jure, MECHANICAL VIOLATOR HAKAIDER. Can style and over-the-top special effects trump slim servings of substance? Jump in to find out.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 19.5 - ConCarolinas 2014 Short Story Podcast

Welcome to our long overdue podcast focusing on short works of fiction we compiled prior to ConCarolinas 2014. The convention is now in the past, but you may want to listen in as we discuss these five short stories. If you just like to listen to our movie discussions, look out for Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 20 - Mechanical Violator Hakaider.
Story Selections:
Sickened – Tonia Brown, in D.O.A. Extreme Horror Anthology
Ingenue – Alexandra Christian
Bone Magic – Stuart Jaffe
Meathouse Man – George R.R. Martin
Listen in to find out which of these stories we thought was the most Grind Pulp and to find out if we unearth any hidden gems you should check out.
Look for our next episode soon. If you’d like to get a jump on things, we’ll be covering the movie: MECHANICAL VIOLATOR HAKAIDER
In the companion podcast, we’ll be talking: GET JIRO, MESSIAH 2.0, and Iron Monsters of Death

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 19: Part 1 - The Cabin in the Hood

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Join the Grind Pulp Podcast crew as we dig into The Cabin in the Woods. Jeronimo Brown and Manga Matt go down a dark path as they discuss this Grind Pulp movie, causing Andrew to... Listen in to find out what happens.

Tune in for our follow-up to this, Episode 19: Part 2 – where we discuss five short stories, coming later this week. It’s summertime, and we’ve got a lot of things going, but we will be recording Episode 20. Look for it soon.

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 18 - AfroDynamite!

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It’s Dyn-O-mite! Episode 18 - Afro-Dynamite. We’re talking three killer stories and our feature presentation: Black Dynamite!


For the lowdown Jeronimo rediscovers his love for Police Academy, Andrew teases the possibility of a future True Detective discussion, and Manga Matt does his thing. What’s that? Reading Manga & Comics.

We get to deep into the mix with three super dope works of fiction.

1. Jaguar in the Jungland Boogie - Michael A. Gonzales, in Black Pulp
2. Afrodesiac - Brian Maruca and Jim Rugg
3. Titty Titty Bang Bang - Chester Olden Earnest, discovered by Thomas Pluck, in Blood & Tacos #4


Wednesday, May 7, 2014

GRIND PULP PODCAST Episode 17 - Epic Rambo Podcast

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Grind Pulp Podcast 17:  The Rotund Rambo Saga Runthrough.
For this entry, we go through the entire library of Rambo movies and present three stories fitting the theme of everyone’s favorite one-man commando, John Rambo.  MangaMatt gushes over a series, “Blood Blockade Battlefront”.  Jeronimo then regales with his regard to the remake of “Total Recall”.  Afterwards, Andrew gives a rigamarole about “Return of the Living Dead” 1 and 2. Great stories and movies to keep the blood moving.  Preventing coagulation with lots of conflagration.
1.     “Richard Stark’s Parker: Slayground” by Darwyn Cook
2.     “John Rain: Blood Debts” by Tom Saxon
3.     “Blade of Dishonor Part 3: The Shadow Shogun” by Thomas Pluck
Feature Films:
1.     First Blood (1982)
2.     Rambo: First Blood Part 2 (1985)
3.     Rambo 3 (1988)
4.     John Rambo (2008)      
     [Come back soon for our next episode. We'll be talking BLACK DYNAMITE!]

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 16 - The Warriors

We’re baaaack. The Grind Pulp Crew is here to talk about three crazy stories and one bopper of a movie, The Warriors. Get down with the get down as Andrew walks the tightrope of trying to bust out Grind-Pulp-O-Meter ratings. Jeronimo is quick on the draw with his six-shooter, taking out suckas left and right, and Manga Matt rocks and socks to the rhythm of a funky beat. In this episode of the Grind Pulp Podcast we also cover Blade of Dishonor Part 2: Devils and Dragons. This feature-packed dive into Grind Pulp will have you calling out for the Warriors to come out and playeeyeeeeee.


1.     Tanaka and the Yakuza’s Daughter – CJ Martin
3.     Bullets and Fire – Joe R Lansdale

Feature Presentation:

The Warriors (1979) Directed by Walter Hill

Grab your popcorn and root beer. It’s time for another Grind Pulp Podcast!

Saturday, March 1, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast – Episode 15 – MEGAFORCE!

Join Andrew Crevier, Jeronimo Brown, and Manga Matt as they talk about three short stories and their feature presentation pick: Megaforce. This was Jeronimo Brown’s movie pick. Andrew seems to like it for different reasons than Jeronimo. Manga Matt dissects characters and Introvision while Andrew dives into a short rant on websites overstuffed with ads. He also decides to maneuver his way into getting his story picks figured out for episodes 16 and 17 by proposing to cover the next two parts of Blade of Dishonor. Some of the others things they talk about: Revolutionary Girl Utena, Tales from the Cobra Wars, All the Colors of the Dark, G.I. Joe, and Rad. Jeronimo continues to decide his story picks at the last second.


1. Battleground U.S.S.A.
    Texasgrad – discovered by Christopher Blair, from Blood & Tacos #1

2. Stone Soldiers: City of Bones – by C.E. Martin

Feature Presentation:

MEGAFORCE (1982) Directed by Hal Neeham

Megaforce is not currently available from mass distributors. You can find burn-on-demand copies that are VHS transfers, VHS copies on ebay, or you can find pirates offering it up in exchange for your very soul. Get it however you can.

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

GRIND PULP PODCAST Episode 14 - Coffy is the Color


This episode almost didn’t see the light of day, but not because it was almost lost or deleted. If you’ve listened to the Grind Pulp Podcast, you know that we don’t worry about language or censoring our thoughts. The problem when you add copious amounts of alcohol to the mix is that everything gets a little wobbly around the edges. Andrew and Jeronimo stumbled into this recording session after attending a party. If you take anything away from this podcast, be sure to fact check that information frequently.
Sid Haig doesn’t like to be called Sig by drunk people.
Super Fly came out in 1972.
Shaft in ’71.
And Allan Arbus was indeed born into a Jewish household in NYC.


    1. Avra Bolling, She Killed to Live – Guy Hadleigh           
    2. Remy’s Revenge – Paige Green
    3.The G-string Gundown – in Blood & Tacos #2, Walter Himes (discovered by Josh Stallings)

Feature Presentation:

Coffy (1973) – directed by Jack Hill

Episode 15 is coming soon. MEGAFORCE!

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 13.5 - 47 Ronin vs. 13 Assassins

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What did the Grind Pulp Podcast crew think of 47 Ronin?
This episode should have been to you a week ago, but due to working people problems that you probably don’t want to hear about, it got delayed. Don’t fret; part of the reason this episode was delayed was that we decided to get 13 Assassins thrown into the mix. What was supposed to be a short, on the spot, quick review of 47 Ronin, became Episode 13.5 – 47 Ronin vs. 13 Assassins, AKA 47 Ronin Enter…
We didn’t discuss any short stories for this episode. Blade of Dishonor Part I, by Thomas Pluck, will be covered in an upcoming episode. Enjoy!

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