PODCAST: DAILY GRINDHOUSE PRESENTS NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES: BLOOD CULT (1985)

 

Pull out your cleaver and slap on some greasepaint, because it’s time to dive headfirst into 1985’s BLOOD CULT, which is notable as (not quite) the first straight-to-video feature film – and not notable for anything else! Featuring a septuagenarian hero, DOG MURDER, exciting driving music, DUMMY MURDER, and the geekiest love interest since REVENGE OF THE NERDS, BLOOD CULT is a nasty bit of video violence; and is greedily lapped up by your hosts Moe Porne and Doug “Sweetback” Tilley. We make learning fun!

 

E-mail us IF YOU DARE at nobudgetnightmares@dailygrindhouse.com and read the full length review of BLOOD CULT  on DailyGrindhouse.com.

 

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 Sweetback

Doug Tilley

Doug has been a geek for as long as he’s been alive, but has only been blogging about film since 2008; originally writing for his personal site and eventually moving to Daily Grindhouse where he writes regularly about micro-budget films and film-makers in his No-Budget Nightmares column. At the end of 2011 he started the popular No-Budget Nightmares podcast with Moe Porne, and regularly contributes to a variety of other genre film podcasts. He likes movies, movies and movies.

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