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Best Bad Movies: The 10 Best Low-Budget Flicks Ever

No. 8: Little Shop of Horrors

Budget: $30,000

Year: 1960

Directed by: Roger Corman

What’s more impressive than this movie’s low budget, is the amount of time it took to be shot: two days. Yes, you’ve read correctly. Director Corman managed to produce an entire movie in just 48 hours.