122 episodes

No-Budget Nightmares is a film/comedy podcast that focuses on low/microbudget/shoestring/no-budget Films. Hosts Moe Porne and Doug Tilley scour the depths of cinema to try and find the diamonds in the rough - rare as they may be - in the no-budget community. Using sound clips and commentary, the two break down each film covered in great detail, explaining what does and doesn't work and ultimately hoping to serve as both a celebration of ingenuity, as well as a “what not to do” for aspiring filmmakers.

No-Budget Nightmares Moe Porne & Doug Tilley

    • Arts
    • 5.0, 25 Ratings

No-Budget Nightmares is a film/comedy podcast that focuses on low/microbudget/shoestring/no-budget Films. Hosts Moe Porne and Doug Tilley scour the depths of cinema to try and find the diamonds in the rough - rare as they may be - in the no-budget community. Using sound clips and commentary, the two break down each film covered in great detail, explaining what does and doesn't work and ultimately hoping to serve as both a celebration of ingenuity, as well as a “what not to do” for aspiring filmmakers.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

Shepherd221 ,

Fantastic podcast!

One of my newest favorite podcasts! Covering the kind of films I love! Both Doug and Moe are hilarious and do such a great job covering their films. So glad to have found them!

Dbourgie ,

No Budget Movie Fans rejoice!!!

Fans of micro budget cinema look no further, there is a podcast that talks about the films you love! The hosts are entertaining throughout, Doug with his witty humor and Moe with his epic replies, they really have fun while talking about these films that a lot of others would brush to the side. And even if it’s a film they love they still show faults in them with the upmost respect to the craft these directors have done to make a product with no money. So with that said give No Budget Nightmares a shot!!!

Lathan Nambert ,

Low budget high passion

Fun and detailed romp through a sub-sub genre of film, with the refreshing goal to highlight the genre as a whole and show what truly independent cinema can offer. They do not go out of their way to make fun of or mock the films as they work their way through, but not to say they are without humor. Douglas and Moeseph exhibit wonderful chemistry and we as the listener feel as though we are sitting on the couch together as the film is explored through the review. Their passion and patience for the genre or level of film making sometimes even surpasses that of the film makers themselves and is contagious. If you ever wanted to explore the DIY or tape trader scene this is an excellent entry point to those films.

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