June 21st, 2011



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all the pretty girls die young

Release Year: 2009

Rating: 3.2/10 (185 voted)

Director: Carl Lindbergh

Stars: Cheryl Texiera, Matthew Albrecht, Alaina Gianci

Cheryl Texiera - Rachel
Matthew Albrecht - John (as Matthew Philips)
Alaina Gianci - Tiffany
Veronica Wylie - Jenn
Scott Kuza - Jack / pops
Karen Brown Cronin - Karen
Andrew Chavez - Victim Under House
Emerald Brown Cronin - Little girl
Joseph Darden - Jacob
Rebecca Grayce - Maria
Jennifer Hatley - Bunnymans Mother
Joshua Lang - Joseph / bunnyman
Carl Lindbergh - Bunnyman
Lilah Lindbergh - Young Bunnyman
Shelby Lorraine - Laura

Taglines: all the pretty girls die young


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Release Date: 21 June 2011

Technical Specs

Runtime: USA:

User Review

surreal imagery

Rating: 8/10

Here we go again. I am writing this review to counteract some of the idiocy in the other reviews. This movie is not for everyone, no movie is. It is a well shot, slow-paced, moody, and unique horror movie. It is asinine to critique a film for not being something you expect it to be. That is the exact reason why I love the film, well played.

The film has surreal imagery, a example pointed out was a scene with a giant bunny listening to classic music as it tortures a blonde girl. What I like is that the film has a David Lynch type surrealism, but always stays in the confines of a comprehensive story. The film has more interest in doing things unique, unexpected then just showing another gory scene of some blonde bimbo being killed.

I think we can agree, whether you love the film or hate it, (I happen to love the film) we should all appreciate filmmakers wanting to make unique horror films and encourage them, or we'll just get another countless sequel to Friday the 13th.


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