The Bunnyman Massacre
Carl Lindbergh for ANOC Productions
directed by Carl Lindbergh
starring Cheryl Texiera, Matthew Philips (= Matthew Albrecht), Alaina Gianci, Matthew Stiller, Veronica Wylie, Scott Kuza, David Scott, Lucia Sullivan, Carl Lindbergh, Karen Brown Cronin, Joseph Darden, Rebecca Grayce, Joshua Lang, Shelby Lorraine, Rosie Tisch, Andrew Chavez, Emerald Brown Cronin
written by Carl Lindbergh, music by Peter Scartabello, special effects by Michael Cronin
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On their way through the countryside, a car full of young people
(Cheryl Texiera, Matthew Philips, Alaina Gianci, Matthew Stiller, Veronica
Wylie, Scott Kuza) gets into a totally unnecessary race with a truck that
acts like a road bully, a race that ultimately crashes our youngsters'
car. Even after the car is crashed though, whoever drives the truck
doesn't seem to be satisfied and he continues to menace our heroes, who
then decide to try to shake the truck by taking some sideroads. But they
soon have to notice there's a killer after them, a killer who weirdly
enough wears a cute bunny outfit ... and soon our kids start dying.
our group of heroes meets a couple in a car who promises to get them help
and even tells them the way to a proper hiding place ... big mistake,
because this alleged hiding place is actually the home of a cannibalistic
family the couple is actually part of, as is the man in the bunny costume,
who is actually horribly disfigured under his mask.
With our heroes
trapped, the killing reaches new heights, and ultimately, only two of them
(Cheryl Texiera, Matthew Philips) make it out alive, fighting with
everything they can get their hands on - but mainly chainsaws ...
writing, Bunnyman might not sound like much more than your typical
backwoods slasher, garnered with a few elements from Steven Spielberg's Duel
- but actually, the film is more than just that: Unlike your usual
slasher, the film features quite a few original and unexpected plottwists,
a few intense fight sequences and inventive murderscenes (a quality
weirdly lost in slashers of late), and an ensemble of competent actors
playing a cast of believable characters (almost unheard of in the slasher
genre. Plus it of course features one of the most original serialkillers
of late. And it has got lots of blood ...
What I'm trying to say here:
This is a movie you will enjoy even (or especially) if you have long
grownm tired of the slasher formula.