I actually had some high hopes for "Bunny the Killer Thing" because the synopsis for the movie sounded like this could be a very funny and interesting movie.
However, the movie turned out to be just mediocre, actually. Which was a shame, because "Bunny the Killer Thing" really had potential to be outstanding and really make a stand in the dark comedy genre. However, there was just too much focus on sex and jokes below the belt, to the point where it became tedious and an anchor around the movie.
The concept and idea that the writers had for this movie was definitely unique, I will say that. Because it is rare that you come across something as twisted, bizarre and far out there as "Bunny the Killer Thing" turned out to be. But again, it was all weighed down negatively by the blatant sexual layers that permeated through the movie.
As for the acting, well I can honestly say that I wasn't familiar with anyone on the cast list, and for most parts then the acting talents were doing good enough jobs with their given roles and characters. However, there were some who stuck out like a sore thumb and were clearly outmatched by the talents of their fellow performers.
"Bunny the Killer Thing" makes use of practical effects and does so to some success; but do take into consideration that budget and the genre of the movie. So don't except to be blown away by a grand display of impressive effects. The creature design was interesting enough, but again destroyed by the vulgarity of the sexual approach they opted for.
This was hardly the funniest of dark comedies that I have seen, nor was it a particularly memorable one. And I highly doubt that I will be returning to the movie for watching it a second time. "Bunny the Killer Thing" does fall into the same area as "Rare Exports", but it just hardly stood up to what that movie turned out to be.
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