The Bunnyman Resurrection


Horror /

IMDb Rating 4.0


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90 min
P/S 0 / 0

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Reviewed by npcharney 2

This movie has no heroes, many of the scenes are excruciatingly fake and the characters (with the exception of the villains) make incredibly horrible decisions which made me literally face-palm myself several times. <br/><br/>This movie has nothing new to offer for the horror genre. The only merit this film has aside from the cute bunny costume is the acting of David Scott. If Mr. Scott is not a total creep outside of film, then he played the part in the film flawlessly. <br/><br/>The concepts of a deranged murderer in a bunny costume and a backwoods convenience store selling the victims&#39; flesh as meat had a lot of potential for a plot, however, somehow the writer (Carl Lindbergh) failed to achieve that potential. Perhaps Mr. Lindbergh forgot to take his Adderall prior to writing the script.

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Reviewed by tdrish 7

So, when we last left off our Bunnymans crazy adventures, we learned that he was going around slashing victims offscreen with a chainsaw, for reasons that were very unclear. Now, he&#39;s back, in a blood soaked sequel. Why, you may be wondering? That&#39;s what I would like to know. Why do we need this needless sequel? Less dialogue then the original Bunnyman, and TONS more blood and gore. This time, Bunnyman has upped his game, and is not only using the chainsaw, but has graduated to using knives and various weapons as well...and has become a little more energetic with the kills ( I&#39;m talking multiple multiple MULTIPLE stab wounds, gosh, she&#39;s dead, take her pulse, d***head!) I almost did not even bother with this one, when I saw him get on a school bus with innocent children, and started his chainsaw. Now, what have all these kids done to you, that you decide to off them off, you sick demented bunny? Unfortunately, this movie isn&#39;t that much of an upgrade from the 2011 Bunnyman...except for the kills. And, let&#39;s face it, you&#39;re watching a slasher movie for one reason, and that&#39;s to see some gruesome, bloody kills, right? Try to bypass the ones that have already been done ( for example, a girl is beaten repeatedly over rocks in her camping sleeping bag, didn&#39;t we see this in Friday The 13th Part 7 ? ) For a slasher flick, it delivers the goods, and for that, I have rewarded it with an extra star then what I have given the original Bunnyman. Way to go! Kudos to No One Cares Productions( Heh heh HA! That&#39;s an actual company?) It&#39;s not given 4 stars because it is a good movie, that, I can reassure you, it is NOT. However, for its genre, it is an all right slasher movie. I can&#39;t guarantee I will watch Bunnyman 3 , which is due out here in a few months...I think I&#39;m done with cuddly cute costume killer movies. They&#39;re all over done!

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Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 5

&quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; is the sequel to indie slasher horror &quot;Bunnyman&quot;. In this second installment Joe and the Bunnyman continue their brutal, emotionless slaughter. The film once again sees Carl Lindberg returning to the director&#39;s chair which is appropriate since he created this modern horror franchise. &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; stars David Scott, Julianne Dowler, Jennifer June Ross, Joshua Lang, Marshal Hilton, Heather Daley, Maria Olsen, Kate Bowen and Jamie Bernadette. <br/><br/>The story follows Joe and the Bunnyman as they continue their ploy of carnage, adding to their body count in a small rural community hanging on the outskirts of a ghost town. It is a very simple concept with no real depth, which basically puts female&#39;s and the occasional male in the psycho killer&#39;s path for a visceral, bloody death. &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; doesn&#39;t really focus much on dialog, just quick quips and profane banter that creates the cruel personas of Joe and the Bunnyman. It works for the purpose of gritty, grindhouse horror, but the writing is two dimensional and gives us no real protagonist to root for through most of the film. Their is one present but very weakly represented. The point of view seems to be a celebratory embrace of the killer as the star of the show. That is fine for a small select audience but with no way to emotionally connect the victims or &quot;protagonist&quot; in the film, &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; falls a little flat.<br/><br/>Now as far as special effects are concerned, &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; continues the raw, gorefest that the first film provided. There are a couple of moments when CGI blood is added to the kills for splatter, however it seems acceptable because there is still plenty of practical fluid drenching the screen and victim. Creative angles and gimmicks make most of the kill scenes work well with minimal flaw. That is crucial for this film because with the lack of real story or heart shown in &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; you need some clean, kill effects that are organic and visceral. The overall special effects component to this film creates a traditional grindhouse feel to the horror elements. <br/><br/>The sound effects and soundtrack are your expected, atmospheric redundancy that can be heard in any number of horror films, both classic and modern. Some of the sound effects have been taken from other horror films. Not sure if it works as tribute or rip-off in &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot;, the creepy sound effects work here but they are reminiscent of other classics. The soundtrack overall fails to create any real suspense or chill factor in the film, but that just adds to the fact that the story is emotionally void and the point-of-view is that of the killers. The cold, brutality on top of a lack of heart doesn&#39;t allow you to connect with the victims or the story enough to feel anything real. It is just a &quot;set &#39;em up, knock &#39;em down&quot; situation. Plus so many scenes in &quot;The Bunnyman Massacre&quot; are straight from other horror icon&#39;s stories that at times the originality seems questionable. See it if you want but you&#39;re not really missing much if you decide to pass on this one.

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