This week on No-Budget Nightmares we’re chatting about a true obscurity: the brand new (actually old) shot-on-video horror film METAL NOIR!
We’ve got another No-Budget Nightmares Patreon request episode – and this one is a doozy. 1997’s SUDDEN FURY is full of explosions, full-body burns, gore, and incomprehensible accents.
On a brand new episode of NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES we’re watching Jim Haggerty’s 2000 slasher film called, uh, THE SLASHER!
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares we’re discussing 1986’s TERROR AT TENKILLER, which is so incompetent they forgot to record any audio while making it, so a different crew had to step in and complete the darn thing!
No-Budget Nightmares returns with the movie that killed Monday, whupped Tuesday and put Wednesday in the hospital! It’s Todd Sheets’ VIOLENT NEW BREED.
It’s a No-Budget Nightmares first! A sequel! Moe and Doug return to Argentina to check out the midpoint of the beloved Plaga Zombie trilogy: Zona Mutante!
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s the 2014 computer animated film WHERE THE DEAD GO TO DIE – an unending parade of empty misery! Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s a Something Weird (and Moe Porne) favourite, 1969’s DRACULA (THE DIRTY OLD MAN)
Take a splash of THE EVIL DEAD, a pinch of 1977’s HOUSE (aka HAUSU), and a whole lot of body building and you have something resembling the Japanese microbudget horror comedy BLOODY MUSCLE BODY BUILDER IN HELL!
This week's episode of No-Budget Nightmares features an alternate title – because the actual movie title is nasty. Really nasty. And unpleasant, like the film. You've been warned!
2011’s THE TAINT is a bad taste smörgåsbord, gleefully crossing the line at every opportunity with its unique mixture of quirky humour, bodily fluids, shockingly slick FX, and a tremendous synth soundtrack. But IS IT ANY GOOD?
Episode 4 of The Terror begins with a welcome respite from the Arctic cold, but by the end things are looking even more bleak for the men of the Franklin Expedition.
As depicted by AMC's new series The Terror, the story of Sir John Franklin’s lost Arctic expedition is full of mysteries. Here are 10 astonishing real-life facts about the Franklin Expedition.
Episode three of AMC’s The Terror centers on the burial of two bodies: one unceremoniously dumped in a hole by the men of the Franklin Expedition, the other brutally interred in ice by the beast that hunts them.
AMC's The Terror transmutes a great historical mystery into a chilling horror series worthy of the best of prestige TV. Join DorkShelf.com every Monday as we recap the ten episode television event.