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Serial Rabbit 3: Splitting Hares (2009)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 28 February 2009
When the rabbit kills the wife of the city's most powerful crime lord, a trap is set to finish off the rabbit once and for all. The rabbit finds himself in hell, face to face with the mother of demons who grants him immortality.

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Bradley Bates ...
Serial Rabbit
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Concert Dancer
Sergio Cantu ...
Duece
Brandon Duffin ...
Buster
Leia Don-Marie England ...
Rave Goer
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Himself
Matthew Jasso ...
Pizza Manager
Adolph Jecmenek ...
Skippy
Jake Jecmenek ...
Dad
Andrew Jacobi Jeter ...
Jade's Dancer
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Concert Audience Member
David Jordan ...
Ol' Man Charlie
Lisa Marie Kull ...
Dominatrix Librarian
Coco Lectric ...
Gratuitous Hot Chick
Jose Martinez ...
The Accent
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When the rabbit kills the wife of the city's most powerful crime lord, a trap is set to finish off the rabbit once and for all. The rabbit finds himself in hell, face to face with the mother of demons who grants him immortality.

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Cute. Cuddly. Killer.

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Bunnies, blood, and boobs...what more could you want?
18 November 2010 | by See all my reviews

I was fortunate enough to view "Serial Rabbit 3: Splitting Hares" both, at it's premier at the Alamo Drafthouse - Westlakes in San Antonio, and in the comfort of my own home on DVD. I found it to be a hilarious, engaging lampoon of the slasher movies of the '80s and '90s. Like it's predecessors from the '70s (movies such as "The Boob Tube" and "Kentucky Fried Movie"), "SR3" has it's tongue firmly planted in it's cheek as it leaves no sacred cow un-tipped. Some of the dialog is cheesy and predictable, but still brought out laughter in the audience because it was clearly meant to be cheesy and predictable. Ponderous Productions, under the leadership of Brett Mauser, did a wonderful job of showcasing the locations and talent available in Central Texas to indie filmmakers. Between this movie, "Bass Reeves", and the 10 feature-length films of "The Innocence Saga", Mr. Mauser and crew have clearly shown they are capable of stepping up and filling the creativity gap left in recent years by the big studios on the coast.

If you are looking for the next "Palm d'Or" winner, this ain't it. But, if you are looking for some light, action-packed comedy that hearkens back to The Three Stooges and The Marx Brothers, they definitely check this one out on Netflix!


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