On episode 125 of No-Budget Nightmares it's the apocalypse... AGAIN! This time the animals have risen up to take out humanity in Rise of the Animals!
On a brand new episode of No-Budget Nightmares the lads take on the 1991 SOV Delaware-lensed zombie classic THE ZOMBIE ARMY!
No-Budget Nightmares finds religion with the apocalyptic green screen sci-fi madness of Fabian Rush’s PANTHEON BLACK!
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.