It’s a NEW BEGINNING on the NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES podcast! Sure, it’s Moe and Doug breaking down your favorite microbudget wonders, but we have a *new* theme song! A *new* website! A *new* RSS feed! And to kick off our new beginning we’re dipping into Gary P. Cohen’s SOV VHS-era classic VIDEO VIOLENCE – a film that’s been requested since we first started breaking down episodes. This one is HIGH ENERGY and there’s sound drops galore, so strap yourself in, pay your late-fees and rewind your tapes. It’s time for a little VIDEO VIOLENCE.
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.