This absurd and very witty gore fest is everything you want in comedic horror, and then some.
Unlike many campy low-budget (and expectation) horror films, Beaster Day stands heads, ears, and tails above the rest for its jokes, puns, and punchlines. The producers of this film knew exactly what they were doing when they made this film/found this rabbit puppet in Mr. Wing's basement shop. And they ran with it - naked and screaming through the middle of a football game, rejoicing in all its glory.
Jam-packed with terrible special effects, insanely absurd characters, slap-stick(ish) laugh out loud hilarity, and a rabbit puppet from your nightmares that only wants to eat your face off, this movie is absolutely something that needs to be seen to be believed.
And that's about it, what else can you add to a review about a movie titled Beaster Day: Here Comes Peter Cottonhell? I enjoyed this movie immensely, more so than more popular horror films of it's kind. In fact, here, check out this trailer:
Watch in a group. Bring plenty of beer. Pairs with veggies, cream pies, and greasy greasy greasy pizza.
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