A group of friends gather together inside of a self-storage facility on the night before Easter Sunday to catch up on old times and to partake in a friendly game of hide and seek. Their evening of fun takes a deadly turn when, one by one, they are targeted by a mysterious psychopath in an Easter Bunny costume. Written by
Darcy's (Gemma Hardy's) hair roots change color off and on throughout the film. See more »
Why do I listen to you?
Because, my friend, when we're charged with saving the world from the forces of evil, you, you are going to be my sidekick, big guy!
You couldn't save a kitten from a tree! Plus, superheroes need money, too.
[to Melissa, off screen]
He's got a point.
Can you imagine Batman pulling that grappling shit with an overdraft?
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A group of friends are stalked in a storage facility the night before Easter by an axe wielding lunatic in an Easter Bunny costume.
The guys who made this film apparently have a bit of a following on their podcast, though their skills at making a film are lacking. The opening scene is sort of funny, but everything goes downhill after that. Very poor production values, not a very funny script, and some dreadful acting.
As much as slashers can appeal to certain people, and there is something about a killer bunny that is a real treat, this film just does not have it. A few nods to Kevin Smith turn up (I spotted three), which shows where the inspiration came from, but these guys are no Kevin Smith.
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