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Scumbag Remington (Timothy Muskatell) finds himself in need to lie low
over the Easter holiday, so he decides to lay low at the home of Mindy
(Charlotte Marie), a woman he actually loves, too - and who has no idea
what a scumbag he is. Problem: Mindy has a "special needs"-son,
Nicholas (Ricardo Grey), who at age 16 is still at the mental level of a
pre-schooler, and who loves Easter just so terribly much. And who starts
to act all weird when he finds out that mom wants to spend it with a
A mentally disabled person, now that was not part of
Remington's plan ... but then he finds out Nicholas hides a rabbit he has
gotten from a stranger from mom, and he forces Nicholas into submission
threatening to kill the rabbit.
Out of the blue, Mindy, a nurse, is
called away to the hospital over Easter, so she leaves Nicholas in
Remington's care - who has nothing better to do than call a pedophile
friend (David Z.Stamp) over to have a little fun with Nicholas while he
goes out to pick up a couple of hookers (Amy
Szychowski, Kele Ward).
However, things don't go as planned
as Nicholas bunny crosses the pedophile's path - and shortly after, he's
killed by a man in a bunny mask. Same goes for three home intruders
(Marina Blumenthal, Jose I.Lopez, Ernesto Retarda), and finally the
hookers Remington brings back.
Soon enough, Remington finds out he's
locked into the house with a maniac, whom he suspects to be Nicholas of
course. Before being killed as well, Remington manages to unmask the
killer - and it's not who he thinks it is ... and the film even ends in an
Easter miracle, too!
Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! is
formulaic, at times predictable, blunt, violent ... and most importantly,
it's loads of fun!!! Basically, the film works because it doesn't take
itself wholly seriously, instead populates its story with nicely drawn
caricatures, and then self-ironically turns the formula at hand onto its
head (with the killer being not necessarily the villain of the piece). Add
to this sudden outbursts of violence in all the right places, quite a few
macabre details and some weird humour ... and you will find yourself