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This week on No-Budget Nightmares we’re chatting about a true obscurity. It’s the brand new (actually old) shot-on-video horror film METAL NOIR, originally directed by David R. Williams back in 1990, before immediately falling into obscurity. That was, until shot-on-video writer, creator and historian Tony Masiello unearthed it, polished it, and brought it back to the world as a special edition DVD. But was all that effort worth it? It’s up to Moe and Doug to pass judgment. I wonder what they’ll say? GUESS I’LL HAVE TO LISTEN AND FIND OUT!
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