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Tuesday, February 5, 2013

It's Contest Time Again

Got something a little different this time. A cassette soundtrack to the film "The Bunny Game." One of my personal favorites of recent times, but not everyone's cup of tea by any means. I got myself one of these, and had an extra so I figured why not share one with you guys? Here is the description from Rising Beast Records.

"THE BUNNY GAME is an indie horror film and the debut of writer/director Adam Rehmeier. This brilliant but controversial film has been banned in the UK but just saw a wide release on DVD and Blu-ray after premiering at numerous festivals and screenings around the world. The film stars Rodleen Getsic (who also co-wrote the film) as a down-and-out prostitute turning tricks in downtown LA. Her daily routine is depicted with an unflinching and unwavering starkness, a detached yet voyeuristic glimpse into a brutal form of existence. Despair turns into savagery and madness once she is picked up by a trucker (Jeff Renfro), who takes her captive and subjects her to series of increasingly bizarre forms of physical and emotional torture.
Rising Beast Recordings is proud to present the official soundtrack release of THE BUNNY GAME. This all-new auditory experience was arranged, edited and sequenced by director Adam Rehmeier just for this release. 60 minutes of music from the film, expanded and seamlessly blended for a sonic journey that is cinematic in scope. Score by Adam Rehmeier. Includes songs by HARASSOR and additional score by James Brown III. Limited edition of 200 copies. Pro-duplicated cassettes with pro-printed folding j-card inserts"






All you have to do to win this bad boy is leave a comment here with your name/email, and tell me your favorite subversive/shock/extreme film. I will draw a name on February 13th.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am from Peru (South America) and I like the blog whenever I check to see reports on movies. I liked the "The bunny game" because the concept is interesting in addition to having a great music and images. My favorite movie is "a serbian film" but after seeing "The bunny game" took secondly. (sorry for my bad English)

carlos figueroa
frank.morris@outlook.com

Anonymous said...

I'm always telling people about "Psycho: The Snuff Reels" aka "Tumbling Doll of Flesh". Not the greatest movie in the world but it's easily one of the sickest I've ever seen.

Dan Clausen
dpclausen[at]hotmail[dot]com

Ryne Barber said...

Awesome contest man.

Ryne Barber
rynepbarber@gmail.com

My favorite "extreme" film is probably Cannibal Holocaust. I find it hard to watch the animal killings on-screen, so it really challenges me when I watch it.

Maynard Morrissey said...

Name: Maynard Morrissey

Email: mosquitokillah@gmail.com

I adore BUNNY GAME and I even own the expensive and super-limited BluRay/DVD mediabook - but my alltime favorite shock-movies are "Martyrs", "Irreversible" and both "I Spit On your Grave" flicks (Original & Remake).