BUNNYMAN VENGEANCE (2016) Reviews and overview


‘Nothing will stop him’

Bunnyman Vengeance is a 2016 American slasher horror feature film written, produced and directed by Carl Lindbergh (Bunnyman 2; Bunnyman; Shadows of the Dead). It stars Diana Prince, Marshal Hilton and Boriana Williams.

Bunnyman returns home to find his family running a haunted house attraction. They welcome him home, but soon realise you can not domesticate a wild animal. Death and mayhem ensue as they turn on one another to fulfil their blood lust…


“This starts off really quite badly, the acting is wooden, the storyline is confusing and the continuity is way off to the point of extreme frustration but it does improve marginally towards the middle. Aside from all these bad points the gore effects and kills are a lot of fun.” Horrorscreams Videovault

“The movie in general feels and looks a bit too amateur-like at parts. The sound gets quite horrible, the editing sloppy and the acting is definitely below par most of the time as well. Thing with this movie is that it also really doesn’t feature any likable characters in it.” Boba_Fett1138

“Sudden jump cuts and weird freeze frames convince you playback might be stuttering frequently. From the lengthy list of terrible Foley work, unenthusiastic acting, spectacularly shoddy CGI, and awful editing, it’s impossible to pick out a worst offender among the options contributing to the film’s multiple failures.” Culture Crypt

Main cast:

  • Diana Prince – Toxic Tutu; Witchcraft 15: Blood Rose; Frankenstein Created Bikers
  • Marshal Hilton – The Raking; Teeth and Blood
  • Boriana Williams
  • Hunter Johnson – director of Irrational FearSerena Waits2 Jennifer
  • Debby Gerber – Mansion of Blood
  • Jake Ryan Scott
  • Olivia Stiefel
  • David Scott
  • Omari Washington
  • Nicholas McLeod
  • Lillia Nicole
  • Dalia Elliott
  • Michael Raymond Williams
  • Carl Lindbergh

Filming locations:

Corona, California


Bunnyman Vengeance was released by Uncork’d Entertainment on VOD on October 20, 2017 and DVD and Blu-ray on November 21, 2017.

Fun Facts:

The film’s working title was Bunnyman: Suffer the Children

Watch the trailer on YouTube

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