I’ve actually seen Bunnyman. Someone put a copy of the DVD in my hands at an event last October and while that’s not the best method of getting stuff to me, I was intrigued by the concept. While the film is most definitely rough around the edges, I dug its tone and I definitely thought the central villain was entertaining. Now comes Bunnyman 2, and it looks to have a much larger scope than its predecessor. It comes from the writer/producer/director/editor indie horror filmmaker Carl Lindbergh.
In the sequel, “Joe and Bunnyman’s adventure continue in a rural ghost town. Bunnyman’s blood lust knows no bounds, as he slaughters indiscriminately anything that crosses his path. Joe is all too happy to encourage his behavior, selling the dead victims as beef jerky in his local store.
A mutually beneficial relationship with cracks that start to emerge. As the bodies pile up, including a couple dozen kids in a school bus, Bunnyman’s body count is becoming more problematic. Joe is forced to dispose the bodies, by any means necessary. A problem he exasperates by occasionally joining in on the rampage.
In addition to Joe’s body disposal problem, the local sheriff becomes suspicious with the disappearance of a few of his deputies. His investigation crosses paths with two persistent sisters, that refuse to die at the hands of Joe and Bunnyman. Some will live, and some will die, but all will be damaged.”
Head inside for the trailer and poster for Bunnyman 2.
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