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What could be more strange than watching a man dressed in a playful bunny suit chase some young kids around with a chainsaw? The trailer for Bunnyman is full of the bizarre, as director Carl Lindbergh (Shattered Lives) blends the childlike with the horrific. Bunnyman is listed as being in the genre of horror only; so, please no laughing at the trailer for the film below, with Bunnyman releasing June 21st on DVD.
The synopsis for Bunnyman is here:
"Driving through the remote regions of Southern California, a group of friends are forced into a sickening game of cat and mouse, with a five ton dump truck. When looking for help, they stumble upon a family of cannibals, who take pleasure dismembering and eating as many of the kids as possible.
The lucky few who escape, now most answer to the head of the cannibalistic family, a horribly disfigured man, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Allen)
Here's a tip for you ... while driving anywhere it may not be a good idea to cut anyone off with your car (unless of course you wave and mystically make the intrusion into their lane okay). You just never know what kind of lunatic may be behind the wheel.
See how easily trouble starts? No? Well you'll definitely see this June as the Bunnyman comes hopping home to DVD.
From the Press Release
Bunnyman arrives on DVD June 21st from Osiris Entertainment. Bunnyman fits in with the other outrageous genre concepts, low-budget filmmaking, and sensationalized titles that are enjoying a resurgence on such programming as Syfy's new Saturday night original movies. Bunnyman comes from the writer/producer/director/editor indie horror filmmaker Carl Lindbergh, whose previous »
- Uncle Creepy
2 items from 2011
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