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!


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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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