Wait! What! The Beaster Bunny! Yes, folks, it’s time to scream this Easter and that’s not because of the kids driving you mad with their easter egg hunting!
So put all your Easter eggs in your basket and run for your lives as The Beaster Bunny storms on to DVD, on-demand and to download on 3 April 2017.
A 50-foot man-eating Easter bunny is on the loose and the townsfolk don’t stand a hop in hell. As the bloodthirsty, floppy-eared killer leaves a trail of dismembered corpses, the town’s only chance of survival rests with a wannabe actress and a crazy dog-catcher. God help them!
The Beaster Bunny!
‘Pure B-movie cheesiness and it’s great’ – horrorCmovies.ca
‘Needs to be seen to be believed…enjoyed immensely’ – Horror Habit
‘A riotous good time from start to finish’ – thydemonsbescribblin.com
The cotton tails are turned in this rampaging rabbit horror.
We Check Out The Beaster Bunny
Now when I was told about the movie being released, I just had to check it out for myself, being a fan of good old B-movie madness, I just had to see the film for myself.
Yes, the movie is very B-movie, the special effects such as the Beaster Bunny are bonkers, but they work in this crazy movie that harkens back to those days of movies on such a mad budget that if there is an excuse to whip of a bra show off some boobs it will and this movie does!
The movie does have several issues, such as with the sound when some characters are speaking and it just doesn’t sound right due to background noise and an issue with the sound equipment, but this all works with the charm of an Easter movie like you have never seen before.
I sat through the first 15 minutes thinking, “Good grief, what the heck am I watching”, but I also found myself laughing at the craziness, such as the stoner mayor blaming the killing on rampant electrical tools, the gore is so daft in the film as well from the torn off body parts to the death by a dog-catcher of the month award, yes I know don’t ask!
Ths is probably one of the craziest Easter movies that may ever cross you movie watching path, bonkers but so much fun!
The Beaster Bunny is hopping over to DVD on 3 April.