Bloody Bill, an executed confederate soldier, comes back from the dead with some zombie sympathizers to seek revenge on those that killed him for being a douche. This is what happens when you go to your grave p*ssed off.
Bloody Bill doesn’t look all that bloody, and his face is a mixture of compost and not enough sunblock. The zombies, obviously played by the director’s neighbors, are pretty poor excuses for the undead, not knowing how to walk or move like someone whose been brought back to life by an evil curse. People, do your homework.
Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill (2004) features mild gore, lots of swearing, illegal drugs, and posing tough with guns. As a horror icon in training, B Bill – who just stands around and doesn’t really do anything – gets a failing grade. But the town’s population sign, which keeps adding numbers every time someone gets eaten, was a nice touch.
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