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The Bunny Game

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Country  United States
3.6/10 IMDb

Director  Adam Rehmeier
Language  English
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Release date  October 2011 (2011-10) (PollyGrind Film Festival)
Writer  Rodleen Getsic (story), Adam Rehmeier (story)

The Bunny Game is a 2010 low budget horror film co-created by Rodleen Getsic and Adam Rehmeier. Set in the desert, the film is about a prostitute who is abducted by a truck driver and subjected to extreme "games" of torture. The screenplay was co-written by Rehmeier and the film's lead female actress, Rodleen Getsic


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In the United States, the film had a limited theatrical release; it was later released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on July 31, 2012 by Autonomy Pictures.

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Drug addicted prostitute "Bunny" propositions a truck driver. He kidnaps her and subjects her to extreme torture, inflicting brutal, humiliating and extreme forms of physical and sexual abuse.


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  • Rodleen Getsic as Bunny
  • Jeff Renfro as Hog
  • Gregg Gilmore as Jonas
  • Drettie Page as Martyr
  • Production

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    Filming took place on October 2008 over thirteen days. Shot in black and white, production costs totaled $13,000.


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    The film entered the 2011 PollyGrind Film Festival, in which it won several awards including "Best Cinematography", "Best Editing" and "Best Overall Individual Performance in a Film" (to Rodleen Getsic).


    Critical reception for the film was mixed. Bloody Disgusting awarded the film a score of 2 / 4 stating, "The Bunny Game is a well shot and expertly edited work, but it’s not a film in the conventional sense. It’s more of a vicious visceral experience. Because of the style and the wholesale devotion of Getsic and Refro, The Bunny Game is captivating, but ultimately not an experience worth having". Horror gave the film a positive review, praising Rodleen Getsic's performance, and the film's editing.

    The Bunny Game is listed at #37 in Complex Magazine's 50 Most Disturbing Films of All Time and was banned in the UK by the British Board of Film Classification due to its graphic scenes of sexual and physical abuse.


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