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, October 25, 2015

Grind Pulp Podcast HALLOWEEN Annual #1

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Welcome, kiddies, to the Grind Pulp Podcast Halloween Special. The boys got a few cool Halloween-themed picks to dig into as they attempt to survive the night in the Devil’s Gate Mall security room. The kids have taken over the mall and are exacting revenge on homework pushing teachers and brussels sprouts doling parents. Will they claw their way into the security room and rip Andrew, Jeronimo, and MangaMatt limb from limb, or will our heroes defy all odds and hold the knee-biters at bay until the sun rises on the Devil’s Gate?
Mash up of picks, with a graphic novel, a short short story, and a movie flick.
1. iluvhalloween by Keith Giffen and Ben Roman
2. The October Game (1948) by Ray Bradbury 
3. The Guest (2014) directed by Adam Wingard

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Grind Pulp FICTION Podcast Episode 36.5 - The Barbarian Mouse of Asshtar

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Actually, Skeletron doesn't say anything, ever.

Returning once again from an alternate reality where the 80s are the only decade that mattered, because mankind never saw beyond 1987, are the three purveyors of pulpy pleasure. The stories were all picked to go along with Turbo Kid, a post apocalyptic action flick peppered about with 80s nostalgia. Andrew starts things off with Mouse: A Post-Apocalyptic Short Story. Anything but meek and quiet, Mouse is a girl who’s delivering more than just her mail in a bygone future. Jeronimo champions another entry in the Conan-inspired, apocalyptic, fantasy, Gunthar series with Gunthar and the Purple Priestess of Asshtar.  MangaMatt closes with a graphic novel coming from somewhere between a Friday night, drive-in B movie, and a Saturday morning cartoon with American Barbarian.

Sunday, October 11, 2015

Grind Pulp Podcast Episode 36 - Turbo Kid


Strap on your shoulder pads and crank up your Walkman as we delve into the retro-apocalypse of Turbo Kid, served up as the episode thirty-six movie pick by the one and only MangaMatt. Set in the ruined future of 1997, we follow a lone teenage boy as he’s followed and befriended by the girl, Apple, who aids him in defeating evil and realizing a greater destiny. 

Feature Presentation - Turbo Kid (2015) directed by Anouk Whissell, Fran├žois Simard, and Yoann-Karl Whissell