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Easter Bloody Easter

USA 2024
produced by
Diane Foster, Liana Montemayor, Rafi Jacobs, Mitch Olson, Will Amato for WallyBird Productions, Nunn Better Entertainment, Point South Productions
directed by Diane Foster
starring Diane Foster, Kelly Grant, Allison Lobel, Zuri Starks, D'Andre Noiré, Zach Kanner, Miles Cooper, Gavin K. Lee, Jamie B. Cline, Adam Slemon, Caitlin Oden, Faye Viviana, Jackson Gutierrez, Richard Rivera, Ronnie Prouty, Liana Montemayor, Reed Foster, Michael McAdam, Venice Wong, Alexander Wong, Harrison Wong, Mason Wong, Nathan Isaiah, Levi Austin Morris, Bam Hall, Mark Vogel, Kayla Robinson, Taryn Leggett, Brenna Larsen, Ariel Barber, Mandie Hittleman, Juno, Zach DuFault, William Morabito, Stevie Notes, Erick Walls, Claire Cunningham, Latavius Mulzac
written by Allison Lobel, music by Mark Vogel, demon bunnies created by Jesse Velez/Raptor House FX, Jackalope costume created by Alexandra Bayless, Ashley Stansbury, Lydia Morales

Easter Bunny

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jeanie (Diane Foster) isn't herself lately, ever since her husband Lance (D'Andre Noiré) has disappeared - and caring for her, her best friend Carol (Kelly Grant) promises to help her go looking for Lance, even though at first thw two have little idea where to look. Enter Lance's best friend, conspiracy theorist (Zach Kanner), who claims to have a clue to Lance's whereabouts - but then links it to the legend of the Jackalope (James B. Cline), a were-rabbit-like creature able to take control of the local bunny population with entirely evil motives. And it's true, there have been a handful of freak murders of late that would kind of fit a local legend about the Jackalope from 150 years ago ... but then again, killer bunnies? Really? So of course, Jeanie and Carol label Sam as just crazy - until they're attacked by a little bunny obviously possessed by something, and why then not the Jackalope. They want to warn the authorities about this, but Easter's just around the corner, and the town has its big annual Easter celebration, so the mayor (Adam Slemon), so the mayor just laughs the women off. Jeanie and Carol run across Megan, an experienced Jackalope hunter, and the three try to device a plan to smoke out the Jackalope, which ultimately results in them joining the Easter party - and then the bunnies attack ...


Ok, this movie takes quite a few hints from Jaws, but puts them in an utterly silly context to create something pretty outlandish. And while the humour in this film is in general not exactly subtle, there is some nice satire interwoven with the sometimes crude punchlines. And even though this is first and foremost a comedy, director Diane Foster is also well-versed in horror to create tension where thension's needed, add the occasional jump scare and not shy away from violence and gore, to make this one a pretty enjoyable and rather hilarious genre ride.


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Luana Ribeira, Rudy Barrow and Rami Hilmi
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