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Bunnykill 3 Vol.1

rated 4.32 / 5 stars
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May 18, 2005 | 11:04 AM EDT
  • Frontpaged May 20, 2005
  • Weekly Users' Choice May 25, 2005
  • Daily Feature May 19, 2005

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Thanks for the frontpage!!
Im aware of the spelling errors so you dont have to tell me about them in your reviews anymore, i may update the movie some day when i get bored. i also found some other mistakes from the text and from the movie itself.

Here it is! The hard work has paid off, as I can finally present you the third part of the Bunnykill-series. Done with mainly frame-by-frame, this one has a scifi-theme and absolutely nothing to do with BK 2. The stories aren't linked, so don't mind if a few familiar faces do unexpected things. Enjoy!



Rated 5 / 5 stars


The graphics were amazing! And it, constant nonstop killing. I would nver be able to come up with those later scenes.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


Wow that was really cool, bunnykill + a lightsaber = wow!

Really REALLY good.


Rated 4 / 5 stars


all I gotta say is I liked it. A lot. it made me smile. make more... or not.. lol. still good.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this was bad a**

awsome fool
when u gonna make a nother
cant wait to see the next episode


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply Amazing...

After watching it over ten times I can safely conclude this is the best Bunnykill so far, and probably the best action flash I've ever seen. It would be extremely awesome if you reworked the spelling and grammar in the intro story and credits as that is quite literally the only flaw. Other than that it's all good!

Like always, the action is fast and smooth; try not to blink or one'd miss something! The (light)swordplay is wonderful and diverse, the gunfights are great as I've come to expect from the Bunnykill series! The DW-057z Plasma Rifle is a very nice addition to the arsenal.. I want one for my birthday!

The sound earns gold. Great choice of music: it always suits the scene and contributes to the atmosphere. The sound is awesome as well, with everything timed exactly how it should be. I can imagine it was a real pain to add audio for the lightblade as it hums with every strike. Gunshots sound like they should, as does everything else. Guess you can't go wrong with Counterstrike and Worms as sources! :P

Graphically, you stayed true to the original Bunnykill idea, yet somehow polished it. This movie seems a lot better produced than any of your previous ones to me, for some reason. There's also some graphic gore, and a lot of blood, but it's never out of place. That grunt split in half was also a great touch!

On top of all that, you worked on a storyline, the one thing movies like this tend to lack. At least for me it really worked as I was sucked in and glued to my monitor for the entire duration of the movie, left dying to see the next volume (How many are there going to be?). The storyline developments (Robot, Smoke) very much help to make the movie more diverse and interesting!

Overall, awesome! Perfect flash!
Much, much more than a Madness ripoff, as you definately show your own style. These Madness fanboys that post wailing reviews should ask themselves if Madness wasn't at some point inspired by something as well, and realise that Kinkels doesn't "own" the right to create violent flashes!