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Tuesday
May032011

Zombie Take-Out Episode 77: Cottontail: First Blood

Easter Bunny Kill Kill! Scotto and Uncle John celebrate Easter (albeit a bit late) by returning to their roots and reviewing a good, old fashioned b-movie ... if only it could have actually been a good one. This week on Zombie Take-Out, from 2006, it's Easter Bunny Kill Kill. Did the lead actor supply his own facial hair? Just exactly what was the body count? ♪He's a little bit special♪.

Scotto's Rating
1 brain
Uncle John's Rating
3 brains
How would you rate Easter Bunny Kill Kill?

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Next week ... Boondock Saints

Reader Comments (1)

LOL:D I really enjoyed your Easter episode. Hey better late than never. Geez there were shadows in the background. WTH This movie really sounds like a piece of crap. I loved the Remington Steele show probably because I use to have a huge crush on Peirce Brosnan. John, you're too funny. You love your cleavage. Scotto whenever using the bathroom, especially a public one, always make sure there is toilet paper. A lesson I recently learned when I was out to eat with a friend. Always amusing guys, I look forward to the next one.

May 10, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMichelle

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