What better way to celebrate Easter than with a cheesy 1972 horror movie about giant killer bunny rabbits? Sigh – I know…..it’s such a shame that we don’t have a definitive horror movie based around Easter. It would seem to be so easy considering all of the creepy old timey Easter Bunny pics that you can find on the internet. But alas, all we really have is a flick about huge mutant rabbits.
Welcome to Sunday Bloody Sunday, where I’m going full on B-movie this week with the 1972 ridiculousness called Night Of The Lepus. Someone was kind enough to string together some of the best scenes from it on Youtube, so please take a break from eating your marshmallow Peeps and watch it below. Fun fact btw: This movie was rated PG. Keep that in mind while you view the bloody bunny carnage in the clip.
I grew up with a pretty extreme fear of giant rats and chickens. Clearly that sounds ridiculous, but try telling that to a 7-year-old boy who watched 1976’s The Food Of The Gods on public television one Saturday afternoon. Continue reading →
Yawn. Oh, I’m sorry. How rude of me. It’s just that I’m a little tired of all of the “possessed/demon” movies as of late. Wouldn’t it just be nice if someone could put a different spin on the subgenre and give us something new and fresh? Good news everybody, because someone has done just that. Continue reading →