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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!