Joe Betancourt, 2019, 82 mins
Bo Dean’s Killer BBQ… They got the freshest meat in town!
In Beaver Creek there’s no trouble, but there sure is a Killer BBQ. A new deputy arrives in town and is immediately suspicious of the excessive quantity of missing person reports being received… The sheriff spends all his time with his best mate Bo, owner of the Killer BBQ anyway, so she may as well start to investigate, despite his advice not to.
“Like many of the great independent horror films of the 1970s, Killer BBQ is director Joe Betancourt’s sociological and political allegory on the border towns on America, populated with striking heroines and bloodthirsty bad guys.” – Darkside Releasing