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Kottentail (2007)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 24 August 2007 (Japan)
The "Overlook Animal Research Laboratory" has long been working on genetic engineering without any trouble. That all changes one night when two would be animal liberators set free a test ... See full summary »




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Hans Kottentail
Kristin Abbott ...
Marissa Alvarez
Patricia Bellemore ...
Robin Sloan
Heather Darling ...
Yvonne Mikita
Lizzie Crewes
Dr. Scarlet Salenger
Ann Marie Seall ...
John Karyus ...
Agent Wm. Chapman / Det. Fulci
Keith Singer ...
Mr. Putnum
Jake Andolina ...
Dr. Pez
Kelli Ching ...
Det. Bava
Nicki McFarlane ...
Bunny with Afro
Kelly Ray ...
Bunny in pink


The "Overlook Animal Research Laboratory" has long been working on genetic engineering without any trouble. That all changes one night when two would be animal liberators set free a test rabbit, not knowing that the bunny's genes have gone haywire. On the loose, the vicious little beast soon attacks a farmer - Hans Kottentail. Hans quickly begins to change. He grows fur, eats veggies and... hops. It isn't long before murderous a rage overtakes poor Hans and he begins picking off townsfolks at a rapid pace. It's up to 5 local women, each with ties to the case, to bring him down before he kills them all. Written by Seth

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A cheesy good time
16 April 2017 | by (Los Angeles, Ca) – See all my reviews

While doing extensive testing on rabbits, a scientist finds that the accidentally-released rabbit from her lab has turned a local farmer into a deformed half-man/half-rabbit killer and must team up with a group of sorority sisters doing their local hazing to stop it from continuing its rampage.

This one had some really nice moments in it. One of the main assets to the film is it's uber-cheesy and incredibly fake atmosphere where nothing that happens in here is ever played for realism. This isn't a movie that needs to be taken seriously and is quite easy to make of, as the effects are quite fake from the plush rabbit obviously being pulled around on strings or using a form of quick-cut editing to make it move around to the killer creature, the cheap-looking sets and the comic-book style editing structure to jump around to different areas throughout the town, there's an energy and momentum carried throughout by it doesn't really make it a boring film to sit through, and that's one of the film's greatest assets. The plot is ridiculous, the situations fair better by not that much, and it's an enjoyable experience for it. This really does give it some uniquely comical scenes and lines as well, another big plus. With the way the action is set up, it has a couple of little suspense scenes built into this one, from the first attack on the tenet checking on a peeper, him taking out the bullies on the playground and the fun surprise attack on the cops in the woods investigating one of the earlier deaths which are rather fun. A strong massacre on the workers setting up for an Easter Egg hunt makes for a nice scene, and the ambush on the sorority house features some fun with the creature appearing behind the unbelieving member which is an overused cliché but it works in the scene and sets up the final chase through the sorority house. The last assault on the creature is it's best parts as the dwindled group is forced to defeat the creature on its home ground and it results in some nice action scenes. The conclusion in the barn is really good, providing some suspense and a great twist with the creature to end it on a good note. Along with some nice low-budget gore, these here are the film's good parts. There isn't much wrong with it, but what is can really be traced to the fake that the film is just cheesy and not to be taken seriously. The effects aren't hidden that they're fake, and the fact that it's not that hard to do so may be a turn-off to those who want their films to be taken seriously. The creature does look pretty ridiculous and really looks nothing like a rabbit except for the ears, and whenever it's on-screen it doesn't inspire any terror. The fact that it actually hops around like a rabbit just inspires uncontrolled laughter rather than abject terror in the killer entity, but it blends in with the fact that film is a cheese-fest and doesn't really try to be serious. The film isn't bad, but if you can't stand the cheese, this will be a chore to get through as the low-budget nature of the film does hinder this due to the cheap feel and sound throughout here. That ends up lowering this more than anything as these here become the film's biggest problems.

Rated UN/R: Graphic Language, Nudity, Graphic Violence and a mild, clothed sex scene.

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