The Bunnyman Massacre

A group of people get stalked and killed by a man wearing a bunny costume.
So Bad It's Good

 

United States
2014
Feature Film
Realism: 
Plausible
Sadist: 
Torturer
Stalker: 
Sneaker
4
A curse in disguise...
3.04
3.04
5.04
5.04
1
3
3
So, you’ve seen the first Bunnyman film, it wasn’t great, and you want to give this one a try. You want it to succeed where it initially failed and you hope director/writer Carl Lindbergh has learned from his mistakes. Well, he hasn’t. He’s shamelessly ripping-off other horror franchises like Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Friday the 13th and even Two Thousand Maniacs! Left and right.
The effects are well done and the photography irreproachable, but, deeply, this is amateur stuff. The film simply doesn’t have a signature. It doesn't have a natural pacing and we never care for its protagonists. Its main bad guy is uninteresting, especially once the bunny disguise comes off. This film will make you feel empty. Good gore doesn’t equal good filmmaking but at least there's that.
At some point, chases scenes start piling up until that’s all the movie becomes; an endless streak of meaningless pursuits involving the killer bunny. No better or worse than its predecessor, The Bunnyman Massacre, once again, spirals into futility in the third act. The creator either doesn’t know or care about what horror fans want. No, this is not the stuff we like about horror movies.
Alternate Titles: 
Bunnyman 2
Bunnyman Massacre
The Bunnyman Resurrection
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