Roadkill Bill, Vol. 3

So bad it’s good, or vice versa? Decide for yourself when “Roadkill Bill” Robertson’s third low-budget horror-comedy B-movie, 2009’s Bisbee Cuisine -- a Tales From the Crypt-style short flick featuring a foul-mouthed waitress regaling her reluctant diners with a triple shot of culinary storytelling debauchery – at Mesa’s Hollywood Alley. A 20-year resident of Bisbee, Roadkill Bill (The Bisbee Cannibal Club) cites influences such as celluloid crazies Peter Jackson and Herschell Gordon Lewis. Bill’s cameraman, John Cheney, tells New Times, “We aimed for John Waters, and ended up with a few Ed Wood moments. I guess that's half the charm, eh?”

Well, as Trainee the waitress says early on in Cuisine, “One person's garbage is another person's delicacy.”

Also playing is Robertson’s first video, A Road Kill Cautionary Tale, featuring, well, lots of dead animals.

Special guests at the event include Cut Throat Freak Show and the bands Cosmeticators and Scorpion vs. Tarantula.

Sat., Nov. 14, 9 p.m., 2009
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