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Banned in the UK and partially inspired by a real-life experience of star Rodleen Getsic, THE BUNNY GAME is an unflinching descent into torment and madness. Junkie hooker Sylvia Grey (Getsic in a brave, award-winning performance) turns the wrong trick in demented trucker JR (Jeff Renfro). After knocking her out cold and taking her to a desolate place where no one can hear her cries, JR subjects Sylvia to a series of increasingly twisted, sadistic "games". But will she survive the ultimate test when she wakes up with her head sealed in a white leather bunny mask? Adam Rehmeier directs with a fearless eye, pushing the boundaries of on-screen mayhem to the extreme. Controversy has surrounded THE BUNNY GAME since it premiered to festival audiences around the world by delivering a terrifying experience that once seen is impossible to forget.

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  • Actors:  Norwood Fisher, Gregg Gilmore   Rodleen Getsic
  • Directors: Adam Rehmeier
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: TLA Releasing
  • DVD Release Date: July 31, 2012
  • Run Time: 76 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0082A3IOK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,076 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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104 of 119 people found the following review helpful By itsjeremyblake on July 11, 2012
Format: DVD
I had to write a review on this film because there are alot of negative reviews about it & having finally seen it, I wanted to put in my two cents. Alot of people are saying that this film is basically just torture porn, that it's exploitive just to be exploitive & that there is no point to the storyline. I guess people just don't get things when they first see them or they just don't have the intelligence to look further into the story like the filmmakers want them to.

This movie starts out showing us the daily life of a prositute in Hollywood named "Bunny". This film does not hold back showing us Bunny's dark, empty reality & everything is shown raw because well, isn't that life? We see that she is pretty much dead on the inside, selling her body & her soul to feed her hungry addiction to drugs. After we are drawn into her world, we watch as she is picked up by a trucker named "Hog". Bunny thinks this is just going to be another trick that she's going to turn for money so that she can eat & buy her drugs. But what happens instead is a life-altering experience that is going to take her on a journey to a place darker than any place she could've ever imagined.

Hog abducts Bunny & drives her out into a desert in California where they are completely deserted & isolated. He chains her up in the back of his truck & uses every way imaginable to taunt, humiliate, abuse, torture & break her, emotionally, spiritually & physically. He spits in her face, he slaps her, he forces her to crawl around the desert naked on all fours with a collar around her neck, he molests her, he films her every move & makes her watch everything that he's done to her previously. He tortures her mind & her soul.
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34 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 2, 2012
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I am giving this movie one star, not for the actors, not for the violence, but for the director. Too many young or new directors make the same mistakes when they try to make their films "edgy", and this film is like a checklist of what not to do.
1. Zero character development. We want to know why the characters act like they do.
2. Scenes that should be only a few seconds long, stretched out for minutes and minutes.
3. Jerky, swinging camera work that makes the viewer nauseous.
4. Extremely quick cuts that disorient the viewer.
All of this adds up to a movie that you KNOW is a movie. If the director would have just shot a straightforward film, and involved us in the characters, he would have had something. What a shame he was more interested in showing off.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By AKATheMrs on January 21, 2013
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This movie had so much promise. Banned in the UK, a quotation on the jacket stating "Truly dangerous cinema," gritty style... and guess what? Horrid waste of time. The first 25 minutes were the best part of the movie and that is before the villain arrives. That's NOT to say that the first part of the movie is good... it's not... just letting you know that it does not get better as the movie plays on.

The villain arrives and then, from what I can gather, he makes scary faces at the victim. The flashbacks gave me a headache and enough with the strobe lights already! No gore. No intelligible dialogue. No point in seeing.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Wingenfeld on March 18, 2013
Format: DVD
And here we have yet another "extreme" movie to throw onto the heap of torture porn crap that independent filmmakers insist on churning out in the name of maverick cinema.

A drug-addicted prostitute accepts a ride from a truck driver who kidnaps her and proceeds to torture her in the makeshift dungeon in his trailer. That's it.

The first twenty or so minutes is comprised of mostly of her repeatedly snorting cocaine and being taken advantage of by her clients. The rest is her screaming and shouting obscenities at her abductor while he physically, sexually and psychologically tortures her.

At 76 minutes, the movie seems to go on for hours. It takes something truly remarkable to make subject matter this sordid seem so banal.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Tiffany41388 on October 23, 2012
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I have heard a number of reviews either praising or expressing dissapointment regarding this film, but here's my take on it- Alright, starting with the negatives... There is basically nothing that will connect you with any of the main characters, therefore I really didn't feel much at all when the main actress was being harmed and the movie felt as though it dragged quite a bit. There was violence, but, nothing ever really seemed to build up, instead it stayed at the same pace throughout which was quite frustrating to me most of the time.
Okay, now for the positives... I give all who were involved a lot of credit for wanting to do something different, and produce a film with what was proclaimed as "real torture". While the actresses agreed to play their roles all of the things done to them was real which gave a more real, honest reaction from them. Overall, it was a lack of connection and flatline in pace though which made this film which has potential into something a bit dull to get through... I'd say it's worth checking out if someone isn't expecting anything too extreme, and if they can just watch it for what it is (very in the moment)without needing any connection or backstory.
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