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[audio http://traffic.libsyn.com/letsgetdangerous/lgdp3.mp3] I’m back with another installment in the Let’s Get Dangerous pod-canon, and do we have a doozy for you this week! In Stream of Consciousness, I’m joined by the Deadly Doll herself. Emily from Gleekast, The Feminine Critique and … Continue reading
It’s time for LGDP2 to wash all over them ears of yours. In the words of Dr. Dre, it’s the next episode, and on this week’s show we welcome Kelley Kombrinck. You might know Kelley from his work over at … Continue reading
An interesting and touching look at some ego-maniacal douchebaskets who somehow think that their faces might explode if someone talks shit about their rushed ‘independent’ games.
As I said in the previous post; different or well made is the only way to go for low budget horror. Murder Party was shot for almost no money at all and hits both of these points with a big mallet.
I’ve always said; if you want to make a low budget horror flick, you either have to do something very different or something really special. While this giant bug flick isn’t too different to, say, Eight Legged Freaks, it is … Continue reading
Sublime sword and sandal epic from the director of 1978’s animated Lord of the Rings. Necron and his with mother kidnap Princess Tigra and wipe out Larn’s people, with the help of a mysterious stranger known as Darkwolf, they will … Continue reading
Out of all the classic franchises, which would you pick to reboot? The correct answer is, of course, none of them. I didn’t care about this movie. I laughed at the CGI in the trailer. I scoffed at the scores … Continue reading
The Griswald’s take a trip to sunny Las Vegas so Ellen and Clarke can renew their wedding vows but in true Griswald fashion, things go very wrong.
Low budget filmmaking is difficult to do right. It’s easy to make a trashy slasher or a zombo-gore bonanza on a shoe-string, but to make a special effects spectacular with pathos and scope. That’s a beast of a whole different colour. Monsters … Continue reading