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The deadly adventures of Bunnyman continue in the third and final film in the Bunnyman franchise. Bunnyman returns home to find his family running a haunted house attraction. They welcome him home, but soon realize you can not domesticate a wild animal. Death and mayhem ensue as they turn on one another to fulfill their blood lust.Written by
a very annoying slasher movie, and a final end to Bunnyman
Bunnyman was one of the most boring slasher movies I had ever seen, but at least had some sort of entertainment value to it. The second entry to this franchise was a bit gorier, slightly more entertaining, and not quite as boring as the original. Bunnyman Vengeance? Oh, where to begin. Entertaining? Forget it! You got a little entertainment in the first two, seriously people, even gum loses its flavor after enough chews. This movie was just flat out annoying. I must be either getting old, or getting just fed up, but I am sick and tired of the same boring formula slasher movies follow, and Vengeance is of no exception to the rule. Add a few 20 somethings, give them a few lines to prove they are not intelligent, and then kill them off in a horrific manner. Out of people to kill, but we still have an hour left to the movie? No problem, let's just add a couple more 20 somethings, give them a few idiotic lines, and we will dispose them a bit more grisly then the previous two. Okay, so were 45 minutes into the movie, and we still haven't seen Bunnyman bust out the chainsaw, and we've seen nothing creative so far, the story still explains nothing, nothing makes sense, and since this is the last entry to Bunnyman, don't you think you should have made it, oh, I don't know, GOOD? I found this movie above average annoying....there's even some weird music video sequence that just pops up out of nowhere, a definite WTF moment, as if the entire film itself wasn't enough! I told myself I was all done with Bunnyman movies, period....and i really had no intention on watching this third and last installment. And truth be told, I really hate slasher movies anymore, I think they are meaningless, pointless, but nevertheless some can be fun to watch. I just wanted to know how they offed off Bunnyman, you know, how does he die? How do they kill him off? Trust me. You will be disappointed. One way, or another, disappointment will settle in. Two fingers flying in the air for you Bunnyman. IMDB calls them stars, though.
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