25 Great No-Budget Horror Movies You Probably Haven’t Seen

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Frankenstein Created Bikers (2016)

Plot: An undead biker gang must do the bidding of a mad scientist.

James Bickert’s follow-up to the sleazy Dear God No! is impossible to categorize as it incorporates a little bit of everything from Hammer horror to southern biker action yarns, women-in-prison movies to creature features. The bloodshed is constant and most of it is extremely messed up, but the movie’s tongue is firmly planted in its cheek and boasts plenty of charm despite going out of its way to offend.

Buy Frankenstein Created Bikers on Blu-ray from Amazon.

Zombie A-Hole (2012)

Plot: A monster-hunting cowboy and a mechanic hunt down a zombie who has a habit of killing identical twins.

This is another splendid effort from the aforementioned Dustin Mills, this time with a neo-western adventure set in a world that’s populated with bad asses, bombshells, and a well-dressed zombie menace who’s a real a-hole. This isn’t your traditional variation of the undead either; Mills give us a playful alternative and draws inspiration from Sergio Leone, comic books, animation, and vintage grindhouse flicks to tell a captivating story. The stylistic experiments throughout gel seamlessly and ensure that the movie is never hindered by its low budget trappings, which also makes the near two-hour running time feel like a breeze.

Buy Zombie A-Hole on DVD from Amazon.

Premutos: The Fallen Angel (1997)

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