Donnie Darko. A film that is absolutely impossible to describe. It may not be one of the scariest films out there, and it has nothing to do with Easter, but that damn bunny is terrifying. The first time I saw that damn thing I knew I had to see the film. I had received mixed reviews from my friends [note: these were friends that thought Prom Night was scary] so I couldn't exactly trust their judgement. However, the film was extremely captivating and there is no way in hell I'm not picking up S. Darko the second I see it. By the way: "Tell me sis, how does one suck a fuck?"
ing some symbolic mambo jambo. There is a rabbit, which was being prepared for dinner but never cooked. The rabbit sits in the corner of the room throughout the film with a straight razor also on the plate. As the film progresses, the rabbit begins to rot while first maggots and then flies feed on the carcass. It's a representation of the main character and how she's rotting away and such.
Easter Bunny, Kill, Kill! Well, the film title pretty much says it all now doesn't it? This film is one of those little indie flicks that could. You can't get a copy of it on DVD, but you can download it for only 3.99. A friend of mine had it and made sure I watched it. It's really entertaining, and for once we have an actual Easter Bunny gone mad. No wonder children cry at photo shoots. I mean, this isn't like Halloween or anything, but every holiday should have their slasher flick. I mean even April Fool's Day got a movie slasher before Easter did! Something doesn't seem right there. You don't get April Fool's Day off from school, but Easter does. Give and take I suppose...Plus, the tagline is 'Time to Dye"GET IT, LIKE DYING EASTER EGGS! Okay, you got it.
Night of the Lepus...The killer rabbits of all killer rabbits. A rancher is having some issues with his rabbits destroying the crop, so some zoologists come in and make an (untested) serum for disrupting the breeding cycle of rabbits. The daughter Amanda [one of the girls who does the obvious stupid decision...] is attached to the injected rabbit and takes it out of the lab and it gets away and breeds. The serum doesn't disrupt their breeding cycle, but does something worse: it causes the rabbits to become gigantic meat-eaters. When several people are slaughtered by the carnivorous carrot-munchers. Amazing? I think so.
Peter Rottentail. A play on a child's fairytale...with a vengeance. Need I say more?