A group of teens explore an abandoned factory at the request of one of their friends. Little do they know he is leading them to a slaughter at the hands of his mentally deranged mother.
Why we’re looking forward to this: Why we’re looking forward to this: We don’t need much convincing to sit down with a pizza and a good old fashioned slasher flick, and Bunni looks like it might just give us something that we don’t often see – a good looking female psychopath.
Having won the Best Feature award at the 2014 Imaginarium Festival, the trailer for Bunni promises lots of stalk and slash fun with the usual bunch of teen fodder running from a shapely psycho in a basque, bunny ears and a selection of deliciously wicked looking blades.
Bunni is out on DVD on 8 March 2016.
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