|release date||June 1 2010|
|studio||Vicious Circle Films|
|starring||Timothy Muskatell, Charlotte Marie, Ricardo Gray|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisFrom Chad Ferrin, the acclaimed director of the cult hit Someone s Knocking at the Door, comes this twisted and frightening low-budget shocker, a stylish and totally original confection where gore, violence, suspense and humor all intersect for a creepy and shocking good time. It s Easter, sixteen-year-old Nicholas favorite holiday. When the mentally and physically disabled youth s mother, Mindy, begins a relationship with a psycho killer, bizarre events begin to unfold - especially after Nicholas takes a seemingly normal rabbit into the house. But when home intruders, prostitutes and street trash are murdered in bizarre and gruesome ways, just who is the bunny-masked killer committing these horrendous crimes?
What, exactly, does Chad Ferrin have against Ricardo Gray? In Someone’s Knocking at the Door he cast the young actor as a stuttering simpleton, and now – in the outlandish, just-released Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! — Gray stars (in a larger role, at the very least) as a mentally handicapped teenager. What gives? That being said, at the risk of sounding completely ignorant I will cease commenting on Gray’s portrayal in the film, except to say that if I were you I probably wouldn’t watch it with the parents of an intellectually disabled child. What I will say is that his character, Nicholas, isn’t your average horror movie protagonist, just as Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! isn’t really your average horror movie. Whether you’ll actually like the film really depends on your taste. …Read More