Jul 14, 2017
You don’t need Hollywood to make a movie when you can make one in your own backyard!
Who needs a big budget when you’ve got a big imagination and some friends who are willing (or crazy enough) to get doused in fake blood?
In this episode, I honor the micro-budget horror movie – the movies made with tiny amounts of funds, and huge amounts of passion.
I speak from experience when I say they’re a huge amount of work. I’ll talk about some that really stand out among the pack, and you should try to track them down to watch.
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Movies and topics discussed:
The Doxey Boggart (2017)
Let’s Get Dead (1994)
El Mariachi (1992)
Blood Feast (1963)
Within the Woods (1978)
Deadbeat at Dawn (1988)
Bad Taste (1987)
Shatter Dead (1994)