Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill (2004) - Drama, Horror, Thriller

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When a group of college kids stumble upon a small abandoned town of Sunset Valley, they must fight a band of Zombies led by a soldier seeking retribution for his grisly execution.

Director: Byron Werner
Stars: Chelsea Jean, Gregory Bastien
Length: 82 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 4 out of 39 found boring (10.25%)

One-line Reviews (16)

You'll find it's much more entertaining if you don't either.

Even the zombie extras are bad: they shuffle in a variety of unconvincing manners—some fast, some slow, and, I'm convinced, some with grins on their faces.

it's schlock horror, so cut out the pretentious film-making and start off by learning how to tell a story!

Worth a watch if your bored & have lots (& I mean lots) of love for the horror genre.

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.

A college debate team (yes, I said DEBATE TEAM) are carjacked by a young black guy (*cough* cliché *cough*) who drives them out to where he was meant to pick up his partner, who it turns out has been assimilated somehow into the zombie army of Bloody Bill, an undead confederate raider who's sworn vengeance on humanity.

Entertaining middle of the road zombie movie.

The dialogue is just as bad, some of it is very repetitive, there is even one line that is repeated to up to fifteen times, and considering the overly-serious nature of the film any attempts at humour just fell flat for me.

Ending was suspenseful and NEW.

First of all the music was terrible and boring.

The opening sequence my girlfriend fell asleep to.

All in all, has one hilarious bit, the rest is a waste of time.

all in all, don't waste your money or hardrive/IPod space on this....

Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill did have a good idea for a story, but little interesting was done with it, it all felt predictable and even too serious often.

The first things you notice is the great soundtrack and the film ( camera angles, etc.) itself is engaging.

That though was the only enjoyable scene or asset regarding Death Valley: The Revenge of Bloody Bill.