Bunny the Killer Thing Info
Bunny the Killer Thing Review
Synopsis:A group of Finnish and British people get stuck at a cabin when they are attacked by a creature that is a half human, half rabbit.
Bunny the Killer Thing (2015) is a Finnish horror comedy film that was directed by Joonas Makkonen. There was a little too much gore for my liking with several legs ripped off, male genitals bitten off, and a lot of other scenes containing the male genitals. There was a few jokes that I smirked at but other than that this film is not my cup of tea. It will be best enjoyed by viewers who loves a good comedy with violence, rape, numerous severed p***ises, nudity, creepy, and bizarre events. The actors did an okay job as far as I can tell because the movie was unwatchable for me because I love comedy horror movies but not with so many genitals everywhere. I can imagine a lot of people will find this movie funny and entertaining, but that makes it hard for me to rate it.
Bunny the Killer Thing revolves around a group of friends going to a cabin in the middle of nowhere to have fun for the weekend. It did not take long for a giant creature that looks like it is half human and half rabbit to attack the group. The movie starts by showing us three masked men tazing a novelist and his girlfriend at a secluded cabin. They kidnapped the novelist while the boss dressed in a lab coat injects something into his neck. As the opening credits roll, we see him transforming into a bunny as he screams out something I refuse to write. The group of friends enter the woods heading to the cabin and encounters the creature as night falls. The entire movie is filled with genitals. I do not like this movie, and I am not sure what else to say about this film except that I recommend horror fans to give this film a try although I do not like it.
Runtime: 88 minutes
Genre: Horror, Action, Comedy
Total Avg. Votes: 16
Writers: Joonas Makkonen, Miika J. Norvanto
Director: Joonas Makkonen