Top 5 Low-Budget Films

Division III: Football’s Finest

The Human Centipede (First Sequence)

Official Rejection

The Boondock Saints

My Weekend With Marilyn

Street Fight

Limitless

The Victim

El Mariachi

Blood Simple

Swingers

Getting In

Go

The Bourne Identity

Mr. And Mrs. Smith

Jumper

The Hammer

Cube

Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels

Snatch.

Rocky

Death Race 2000

Jeepers Creepers II

Bellflower

American Graffiti

Easy Riders, Raging Bulls

Dogtooth

Paranormal Activity

The Blair Witch Project

The Foot Fist Way

Napoleon Dynamite

Exit Through The Gift Shop

Primer

The Time Machine

Danny Roane: First Time Director

Brick

The Evil Dead

Clerks.

Tape

Pink Flamingos

Mad Max

Stranger Than Paradise

Sling Blade

Shallow Grave

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Discussion

5 thoughts on “Top 5 Low-Budget Films

  1. You should put an asterisks by the films that were actually in the top 5. Or mark them with some sort of label. (B) for Bryan’s top 5. (A) for Anderson’s. (L) for listeners.

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    Posted by Chaz | December 2, 2011, 8:04 PM

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