Here we have Billy and Betty a sexy, southern Mickey and Mallory with a seriously checkered path behind them. After their bank robbery Billy was caught and put behind bars but Betty narrowly escaped. Now seven years later Betty busts him out during a transfer back to Louieville and hopes to pick up where they left off. When they were last together they were crazy in love and had no qualms about killing and messing people up.
Now Billy has sat behind bars for so long thinking about that past and eventually it got him thinking about how it was wrong and God’s going to pay them back for what they have done. Betty hasn’t changed one bit and she is really not liking this new attitude of his, it’s seriously weirding her out. When they robbed that bank Billy hid the money near this church and now they are all set to go get it!
When they get to the town where it all happened it’s completely deserted. It’s like they showed up after the apocalypse since everything was left like it was clothes, stores, and even a few old amusements. They go back to the diner and you see all the bullet holes in the cement building where the showdown took place. Billy then goes to try and fix the car while Betty has a scary encounter that leaves her wanting out of there as fast as possible.
There is someone else there with them and it seems he wants to make them pay for their sins. This man was treated poorly as a child and those memories seemed to have made him into a monster seeking vengeance. I really liked this film. It reminded me of when me and my fiancee got together, we were wild like that and so in love but without all of the killing ofcourse!