Brutality. Blood. Babes. Bunnies. No, I’m not talking about Bugs, I’m talking about Bunnyman, THE horror bunny, and he’s back again in the third installment of the cult horror series created by filmmaker Carl Lindbergh.
Raising havoc and murdering many in his demented quest for carnage, this Bunny is no fucking joke, and with the release of “Bunnyman Massacre” (AKA “Bunnyman 2”) on DVD as well as “Bunnyman 3” in post production, fans of killer bunnies and horror are in for a happy, or hoppy, horror show.
The Bunnyman trilogy is bizarre hillbilly horror, the type of movie that will get under your skin and make you feel pretty damn uncomfortable. What this trilogy offers is an intriguing horror villain, the Bunnyman, and his travels through the backwoods slashing anybody that comes in his way. But that being said, he isn’t just another slasher killer in a mask. Bunnyman is human, after all, and his adventures often focus on the demented company he keeps, rather than the victims that fall into his web. Essentially, there is more behind the mask and floppy ears that meets the eye.
The third installment of this franchise looks incredibly promising and shows what indie horror filmmakers can do on an ultra low budget. Lead by the talent of actors Omari Washington, Marshall Hilton and the return of Joshua Lang as Bunnyman, this flick looks like it could be the best of the trilogy, or potentially the next step in a much larger franchise. With some amazing cinematography, a plethora of victims (which may or may not include this very horror blogger), accompanied by the bizarre vision of Lindbergh, I honestly can’t wait to see how this flick turns out. This is going to be one hell of a twisted flick. Don’t believe me? Watch the trailer and you’ll know what I mean.
Be sure to grab your copy of “Bunnyman“, as well as the second installment, “Bunnyman Massacre“! “Bunnyman Massacre” was recently featured on our films we are DYING to see, and we interviewed director Carl Lindbergh about part 2 here! Horror lovers, check it!
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