On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s 1986’s SPINE, a SOV horror classic!
In this special episode, Gabby speaks with all of Play Dead’s Season 2 guests about their most memorable video game deaths.
It's a Dork Shelf podcast crossover as Play Dead host Gabby DaRienzo joins The Shelf to talk about death and her upcoming game A Mortician's Tale.
In this special VR episode, Gabby speaks with EVE: Valkyrie lead designer Andrew Willans and Globes VR creator Kim Koronya about death and empathy in virtual reality.
Gabby speaks with Niamh Schönherr about her upcoming game Sofðu litla tófan mín: A Lullaby (or “Sleep Tight my Little Fox: A Lullaby”), death in Icelandic folklore and ritual, and the connection between food and death.
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Adam Saltsman of Finji Co. about their upcoming game Overland, permadeath design in video games, and what it means to survive the apocalypse.
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Justin Kuiper, the lead writer at Route 59 Games, about how death is used as a mechanic and storytelling device in their upcoming game Necrobarista.
Ryan Cavalline’s Serial Killer kind of sucks, but No-Budget Nightmares is going all out to bring this tale of twisted killers, tied up ladies, and a foot in a box to life!
In the season 2 premiere, Gabby talks death and eSports with The Score’s Daniel Rosen and Professional Counter-Strike: GO player Stephanie Harvey.
Time for another No-Budget Nightmares treat, and they don’t get much bigger than Frank Henenlotter’s microbudget bad taste sleaze horror classic Basket Case!
In this special end of the year episode of Play Dead, Gabby asks several game developers about their most memorable video game deaths, from NPC deaths, to game glitches, to digital reminders of deceased loved ones.
It’s the RETURN of the BREEN! Because YOU demanded it, we’re diving deep into DOUBLE DOWN, and nothing’s gonna stop us now!
It's a No-Budget Nightmares FIRST! We're bringing you an audio commentary for Andy Milligan's vampire classic The Body Beneath!
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it's Chester Novell Turner's 1987 microbudget anthology film Tales from the Quadead Zone!
The sci-fi fantasy anthology The Dungeonmaster (aka Ragewar) is the first film that can truly be called an Empire Pictures picture.