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Beaster Day: Here Comes Peter Cottonhell (2014)

A giant bloodthirsty Easter bunny starts viciously killing the local townsfolk. When the Mayor refuses to act and the attacks grow more gruesome, the town finds its very survival in the hands of a wannabe actress and a crazy dog-catcher.

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Credited cast:
Jon Arthur ... Hector
Kristina Beaudouin ... Reporter
Valerie Bittner ... Mom
Alison Bodell ... The Bride
... Lemonade Victim
... Jake
Marisol Custodio ... Brenda
Alyssa Dodge ... Lolipop Kid
Matthew Dolan ... Dog Catcher
Fredus Donestilus ... Dog Catcher
David Evans ... Easter Parade Goer
John Paul Fedele ... Mayor Farnsworth
Jasmin Flores ... Rock climber victim
Dan Frederick ... Easter Parade Goer
Isabella Giamoni ... Scared Kid
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A giant bloodthirsty Easter bunny starts viciously killing the local townsfolk. When the Mayor refuses to act and the attacks grow more gruesome, the town finds its very survival in the hands of a wannabe actress and a crazy dog-catcher.

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$150,000 (estimated)
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This film is a parody of Here Comes Peter Cottontail (1971). See more »

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Cheap and amateurish if silly creature feature
16 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

After a series of gruesome deaths, the local dog-catcher in a small- town finds that his target is not the rabid dog that's suspected of the crimes when he learns a monstrous rabbit is responsible instead and sets out to put an end to its rampage through town once and for all.

Overall this was a decent if wholly underwhelming creature feature. One of the few positives to be found here is the rather charming and silly attack scenes throughout here, which manage to instill this one with more than enough action to satisfy. The first attacks, taking out several different housewives in their backyards, the creature appearing at the equestrian stable or a couple being chased through the woods which is where it manages to take out all sorts of hikers and couples throughout here as these quite ambushes are all quite fun. There's more fun later on, from the chase through the soccer stadium to the double murder of the workers and the discovery chase through the town all helps give this one some nice action, while the great finale at the festival against all the townspeople who turned up gives this one a rather goofy and cheesy fun. The quantity of these quick ambush attacks, taking bites out of people or simply ripping them in half all gives this one a nice bit of goofy charm that's matched quite nicely by the rather silly special effects method of bringing the main creature to life. Alongside the silly gore and fine nudity, these here make this one decent enough although it does have its share of flaws. The biggest obstacle to overcome here is the rather silly and goofy special effects here, which are so silly and atrocious that they lower this one more so than they really should. It's quite obvious that the giant rabbit is a puppet on strings superimposed onto its surroundings given the stiff, unnatural poses and odd, jerking movements that accompany every single moment it's on-screen and there's nothing that can be done to make it look realistic or believable at all. This type of low-budget effects work is a valiant attempt to try something new and innovative, but there's obviously no real talent behind the effects work here considering the utterly atrocious manner in which it's carried out here and this manages to jerk the viewer straight out of the film during these scenes due to how laughable this is throughout here with the utterly terrible manner it moves here. Another big problem is the lack of detail about what's going on, as there's nothing here about what caused the creature to get to its size as there's nothing here about the creature, what it is or why it's there in the town which makes for an overall thoroughly disappointing being. There's also the rather troubling comedy here which is not in the slightest bit funny and instead causes this one to feel more in line wit how these people are able to function in life as long as they have with the things they do here in the name of trying to solicit a laugh, and the cheesy stupidity featured here makes for a really bland and lifeless time throughout here. Otherwise, this one wasn't all that bad.

Rated R: Graphic Violence, Nudity and Graphic Language.


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