Two friends meet again to share their last days in an old house where everything happened a long time ago. They gather a group of people, which results in a disastrous turn of events, during which reveals the deepest human depths.
After mysteriously washing up on a desolate stretch of coastline, Jonas sheds his sinful past and is guided to the City of Angels. Intuitively, he knocks on the doors of those in need of a powerful message.
Late at night, a woman is kidnapped by an unknown assailant and taken back to his blood-spattered dungeon, where he turns her into a "flower of blood and flesh" through a series of dismemberment and evisceration.
Robert Carmichael, is a talented cello player in the town of Newhaven. He becomes associated with several other unsavory teenagers and he is soon tempted into the use of hard drugs like cocaine and ecstasy.
Stephanie de Whalley
A deranged psychotic spends his summer day deciding how to deal with the three captives he has chained up on his land. With only his own troubled mind and his dim-witted companion available... See full summary »
Condemned to a miserable life of prostitution, addiction, and abuse, the young streetwalker, Bunny, spends her days fishing for customers in exchange for drugs and alcohol. In desperate need of help, while stuck in a perpetual loop of dependency, the drug-addled woman finds herself hopelessly trapped in a bleak world of self-degradation, unable to feed her immeasurable addictions. As a result, this vicious cycle will eventually lead Bunny to the brutal semi-truck driver, Hog, who kidnaps her in broad daylight, and then, chains her up in the back of his dark trailer. Now, hell-bent on breaking Bunny's will, the pitiless tormentor has all the time in the world to submit his helpless prey to unfathomable physical and mental tortures which aim to dehumanize her, and, ultimately, destroy her. Then, when the grisly "Bunny Games" are over, the body will be stripped of the soul. Has anyone ever escaped from the clutches of Hog?Written by
Where do I begin. I have just wasted seventy six minutes of my life, which I can never can never get back, but I have a duty to warn everyone as a potential viewer to avoid this mess at all costs. I made it through both The Human Centipede I & 2, and even the Japanese torture film, Grotesque, and those are works of art compared with The Bunny Game, which has no structure whatsoever. Rodleen Getsic plays a cocaine addicted prostitute who makes the mistake of getting into a truck with a driver from hell. He knocks her out with chloroform and neither of them says very much, and Ms. Getsic mostly screams and the abductor laughs maniacally while making silly faces, all in choppy black and white. It looks like a long form Nine Inch Nails video, without Trent Reznor's interesting music to accompany it. The script must be about one page, because Getsic is reduced to saying, "let me go" and the unnamed wacko does a great impression of Charles Manson. He shaves her hair off and brands her with a figure eight symbol, for no apparent reason. The lead actress also has her real last name tattooed on her right arm, and I am puzzled by this. IMDb does not allow a zero, so I am forced to give The Bunny Game a 1/10.
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