The Bunny Game [Blu-ray]
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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.Read more ›
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.
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.
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.
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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just another torture p0rn wanna be. Bunny has the appearance and acting skill of a saltine with tits.. no no wait..
i like saltines. Read more
Avoid this like the plague that is most certainly is. This is the sort of movie that Quentin Tarantino will probably make in a couple of yers when he tires of gay sadism, as such.Published 2 months ago by stan p. taylor
Much screaming and not to horrific for the standard adult film buff.Published 4 months ago by James Worsen
Horrible pretentious trash disguising itself as a shock art film. Watch Martyrs insteadPublished 6 months ago by Robert Mulligan
Garbage, trash, porn did I say trash yet. After the first scene I ejected the movie and threw it away. Even a landfill is too good for it. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Father Knows Best
Beautifully rendered, artistic film. Very psychologically challenging. Well done!Published 10 months ago by Raymond Kurtz