Abbe Wool's ROADSIDE PROPHETS wants to be some sort of post-modern 90's EASY RIDER, but for the most part it's as aimless and uninspired as its two main characters.
Joe Mosely (John Doe of the LA punk band X) is a factory worker more interested in his vintage cycle than anything else. When Joe meets fellow employee Dave, they trade bike talk and go to a local bar where Dave (in one of the film's too-infrequent attempts at warped humor) is electrocuted playing
a video game. Dave had talked glowingly about the Nevada town of Eldorado, so Joe has him cremated, puts his ashes in an old motorcycle gas tank, and sets off to deposit his friend there.
Two people are...