Latest content update: January 10, 2022

Welcome to The Grindhouse Effect, a new site picking up where The Grindhouse Schoolhouse left off. It was time to start fresh and I hope you enjoy what I have to offer with this site!

The new website is more than just a fresh start, it’s a chance to expand my horizons. Oh, we’ll still be covering the sleazy, sexy films we all love and adore, don’t you worry. In addition we will branch out into related genres that sexploitation fans love as well: kaiju, cheesy superhero ripoffs, z-grade sci-fi and lots more. That’s why I’ve decided to call the site The Grindhouse Effect: the love of grindhouse films tends to ripple into related genres and I’m all about celebrating that!

All the reviews from the old site have moved on over and there is a ton more new content! Enjoy and please ask your Grindhouse buddies to check us out!

Latest Review

Eleven Days, Eleven Nights (1987)

Michael is an architect who seems to have it all. He’s got good looks, a career designing buildings in New Orleans, and an engagement to the lovely Helen who idolizes him. It’s not until he meets Sarah that he realizes something is missing. What he thinks will be a one-and-done last fling with a mysterious stranger quickly spirals into a torrid game of cat-and-mouse, sending Michael deeper and deeper into depravity.


Eleven Days, Eleven Nights (Re-Edited Trailer) (1987)

You can also read our review of the film, and hear selections from the soundtrack, at the following link:

Scenes from COME ONE, COME ALL (1970)

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