low-budget low-budget


  • (adj) made on or suited to a limited budget


  1. That neck!) creature who occasionally lounged topless in low-budget epics.
  2. But most French films are amiable, low-budget trifles for the domestic market.
  3. The section thus makes room for low-budget horror films, extreme action epics, foreign gangster movies what are known, affectionately or derisively, as genre films.


  1. The Miami Herald Rene Rodriguez column

    Miami Herald Rene Rodriguez column --> June 16--This Is the End is a marvelously sustained, high-wire goof -- a movie so nutty and daring, so crazy and out-there, that it feels like a low-budget independent except with big stars and a sizable budget.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: HispanicBusiness.com

  2. Post-Bulletin seeks travel stories

    We are looking for accounts of various travel experiences ranging from low-budget backpacking, climbing and camping trips to spending a week at a famous resort, as well as your travels to destinations
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Post-Bulletin

  3. Whedon's Touch Finds A Match With 'Much Ado'

    Sandwiched into Joss Whedon's busy schedule of TV series and big-screen features was an unexpected low-budget adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy Much Ado About Nothing — shot in black and white. Film critic David Edelstein says it's a delight. (Recommended)
    on June 14, 2013     Source: NPR


  • "We're not Trappist monks. We don't make films up mountains for no one to see. It really is a business, and we want people to see the movies," Leigh said. "Also, we make these uncompromising movies ...... European, low-budget, independent...
    on Oct 7, 2008 By: Mike Leigh Source: FOXNews

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