On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, Doug and Moe watch 2012’s THE AMAZING BULK, a mockbuster/parody of Ang Lee’s THE INCREDIBLE HULK, except made in five days and shot entirely against a green screen using pre-rendered stock footage and computer generated models.
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!
On this week's episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it's CARDS OF DEATH! This isn’t just some boring obscurity, it’s weird as hell, and introduced the world to “Gunny” Gunther, the dumbest, angriest cop ever!
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?
No-Budget Nightmares is back with Uganda’s first action movie WHO KILLED CAPTAIN ALEX?, featuring the Ugandan Bruce Lee, “Kissed By a Rose”, helicopter attacks, and NON-STOP action!
After crossing the 100th episode threshold, we’re back with 1991’s exceedingly gory SOV possession movie Soul of the Demon!
SIX YEARS. ONE HUNDRED MOVIES. It’s been a long, strange, often baffling trip, but No-Budget Nightmares reaches episode ONE HUNDRED in STYLE with FOUR special interviews, a MYSTERY MOVIE for the ages, and a count-down of our very favourite NBN episodes.
The MARCH TO 100 continues with a return visit to the works of auteur Dave Wascavage. This time it's 2005's Tartarus!
Moe and Doug hop in the wayback machine to check out the epic monster classic THE DEVIL ANT, featuring Tom Savini, Roger Corman, and Hillary Clinton (?) to name a few!
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s 1986’s SPINE, a SOV horror classic!
You can't kill No-Budget Nightmares! We're back after a tow month break with HEAVY METAL MASSACRE!
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!
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!
It’s time for the NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAPTACULAR! This year, it's Conrad Brook’s awful JAN-GEL, THE BEAST FROM THE EAST!
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it's Chester Novell Turner's 1987 microbudget anthology film Tales from the Quadead Zone!