Inmates and guards alike become trapped in a maximum security prison when they fall prey to a demonic beast that feeds on human flesh. As the creature's power multiplies with every kill, ... See full summary »
Jennifer Lee Wiggins,
The film follows Chris Vale (Scot Nery), a young man who was wrongly convicted of murdering his family in 1982, and admitted into an insane asylum based largely on the fact that Chris had ... See full summary »
Coming back from her bachelor party in Las Vegas, Christine and her friends are driving through the hot desert of Nevada. But they are not alone - serial killer Max Seed is back and he brought the whole family.
While traveling in a van with their teacher for a contest, a group of college friends are abducted by the criminal Earl, who forces them to go to the ghost town of Sunset Valley to meet his friend that was transporting drugs and money of their own. Once in the town, they realize that the dwellers are zombies and their leader is Bloody Bill, a Confederate soldier seeking revenge the execution of his sister that was hanged by the locals and the population was cursed by Bloody Bill. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
When Jerry is telling the legend of Bloody Bill he describes Bill as a former Union solider while a confederate flag is draped over Bloody Bill's coffin. Bloody Bill is referenced as a Confederate solider from then on. See more »
My review for Death Valley: The Revenge Of Bloody Bill? I made it all the way through and it didn't stink. An unusual zombie concept (an old prospector seeking revenge from beyond the grave in a western ghost town) with an engaging score (for those who like death metal), the best thing that can be said is the movie kept me interested. Also, the acting wasn't horrible. But the script was amateurish, the dialogue was weak, the logic (that is, horror movie logic) was uneven and some of the camera shots were way too gimmicky (except for the flashbacks; those were cool). There are a lot of things that could have been done - simple things - to make it a much better movie: i.e, why is it one of the students trapped in the town knows the whole legend about Bloody Bill and yet none of the others, his friends, have even heard of it at all? Also, why does the little "population" count on the town sign keep ticking up after people are killed, but does not tick down for the zombies that have been destroyed? Niggling problems, but bothersome. Still, it was not the worst zombie movie I have ever seen - that distinction goes to House of the Dead, Flesheater, Children of the Living Dead, or Zombie Lake (take your pick).
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