Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The Controversial Horror Masterpiece 'The Bunny Game' Has Finally Found A Home!

The controversial horror feature The Bunny Game was recently picked up by Autonomy Pictures for distribution. The film was banned in the UK last year and overall, it has traveled a long and winding road in finding the right (and open minded) company to distribute it.

The film itself focuses on a prostitute as she works the busy and mean streets of Los Angeles. It's a sort of 'day in the life of' beginning to our story that's very chaotic as she takes jobs, does drugs, and stops just long enough to inhale some food before starting all over again. Enter a stranger, a truck driver who appears to be nice enough at first but then reveals other intentions as he subdues her and takes her out to the California desert where he tortures and humiliates her over the course of a couple of days. But all of his actions are not without a purpose.

This shocking piece of cinema made its way onto my best of list for 2011 and it will become a favorite of those who enjoy more experimental and challenging horror fare. It's one of the most soul crushing film experiences I've ever had but an ultimately redeeming one as the entire ordeal plays out onscreen and comes to a shocking and purposeful climax. This isn't needless violence for the sake of needless violence.

Check out The Bunny Game when it's released through Autonomy Pictures in July, completely uncut. It is an experience like no other. Watch it. I dare you.

P.S. the trailer below is NSFW. For more information about the film, you can also check out the distributor's website: http://www.autonomypics.com/

Cortez the Killer


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