‘Don’t keep mother waiting’
Bunni is a 2013 American slasher horror feature film written, directed by and starring Daniel Benedict (Fall of Grayskull; The Unwanted).
A group of teens explore an abandoned factory at the request of one of their friends. Little do they know he is leading them to a slaughter at the hands of his mentally deranged mother…
“This fast paced slasher film was written and directed by Daniel Benedict, some may recognise him as the talented man behind the short fan film Fall of Grayskull. He has written this really well and just throws us into the action without the need for a big build up to our unlucky Halloween party friends.” Peter ‘Witchfinder‘ Hopkins, Horrorscreams Videovault
“The movie suffers often from the lack of proper funding, when one hears the term low budget everyone has his or her own level of interest and for this production an estimated accounting suggests $2,000. This blueprint for the checklist of issues, muffled audio with regard to dialogue exchanges, poor lightning, filming mostly at night in darkened rooms, bad framing and what every horror with blood-loss, good special effects, that lacks; too.” Duane, Rogue Cinema
“You can tell the cast and crew had a blast making Bunni and that always produces stellar results. What Bunni is lacking in overall depth it makes up for with great gags and kill scenes … Benedict not only reaches the desired results of the effects he exceeds them.” Horror Movies Uncut
“Bunni is a no budget, independent film that suffers from bad acting, forced dialogue, and stereotypical characters. That said, there are surprisingly solid special effects, and it fooled me with the twist. The second half of the movie is much better than the first because many of the worst actors are finally killed off, and it’s just the Final Girl and the antagonist.” Branden Chowen, Cinefessions
Owensboro, Kentucky, USA
Following an initial self-distributed DVD, the film was picked up by Wild Eye Releasing and released on March 8, 2016.