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Remington, a murderous grifter cons his way into a mother's heart, putting on a fatherly facade to her cherished son, Nicholas. But the second she leaves for work, a torrent of abuse rains upon the gentle boy. Remington heads out for some hookers and invites his dilettante-child molester-drug-dealer buddy over to abuse Nicholas. In the meantime, the only comfort the boy gets is in confiding with his new pet bunny. Debauchery is at hand but Nicholas is nowhere to be found but someone wearing the mask of the beloved holiday hopper shows up ready to deliver a blood-splattered night of unspeakable carnage. Written by
EASTER BUNNY, KILL! KILL! is a small gem of micro-budget exploitation, a twisted little movie with bite. The premise is the quintessential slasher movie routine: a handful of characters confined in a house at the mercy of a masked killer. But instead of students and cheerleaders, this house is packed with fat pedophiles, hookers and sleazy, cocaine-sniffing criminals. Writer-director Chad Ferrin has a personal angle on the genre: in an age of remakes and fanboy films, his work does own the rare virtue of an individual voice. While most sleaze-abundant movies do sound pretentious, this one in particular feels uncomfortably sincere. As with Jim Van Bebber, Ferrin's movies are not for everybody: if you want a MTV-friendly horror movie, then stay away from this one.
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