Cute Little Buggers Movie Review

Written by Ali Chappell

Released by Uncork'd Entertainment

Directed by Tony Jopia
Written by Garry Charles, Andy Davie, Kristofer Dayne, Tony Jopia
2017, 108 minutes, Not Rated
DVD released on January 16th, 2018

Caroline Munro as Mystic Mary
Honey Holmes as Phillis Tiller
Dani Thompson as Becca
Gary Martin as Randy Rocksoff
Kristofer Dayne as Melchoir Haslam



For a movie with four writers, you’d think they could write something with some form of substance, but sadly, no, they can’t. Normally, I like a good British comedy. However, this isn’t much of a comedy as it is a train wreck. I went into this with adorably high hopes that if anything, this movie would be at least entertaining. Cute Little Buggers is the brain child of Tony Jopia, Garry Charles, Andy Davie, and Kristofer Dayne and directed by Tony Jopia, who directed Dawning of the Dead. Sorry in advance.

Cute Little Buggers is about these aliens who find out that Earth has the perfect species to mate with to save their planet. So, they send killer alien bunnies down to feast on men and steal topless women so that they can I guess impregnate them. Meanwhile on Earth, dumb college kids are drinking and showing their boobies to anyone who will look. There is a ton of useless storyline that we don’t care about. The one storyline we are supposed to care about is so lame and basically has you slapping your forehead and sighing in despair as to who thought this was a good plot. The story goes, a friend from childhood, Melchoir (Kristofer Dayne), returns to find the love of his life, Rose (Lydie Misiek), is getting married to a complete dick. But now that he is back, that changes everything and she is conflicted by all these emotions. It is so dumb. She openly admits that the guy she is with is a dick and she cheats on him and still says with him because otherwise, where is the conflict? Is that what you were going for? Well, if the poor put-together story doesn’t hold your focus, the unnecessary amounts of nudity will. There is no reason for any of it except whoever made this wanted to see as many boobs as possible. Mission accomplished. The town bands together and fights the bunny aliens, etc., whatever, I was pretty checked out by this point.


The acting is atrocious. The plot is about as interesting as an at home bikini wax after winter. The only thing about this movie I can give props to is the fact that every single person who sees the bunnies remarks about how cute they are. This is the most relatable because literally anyone who sees a bunny will say that. EVERYONE THINKS BUNNIES ARE CUTE. As well, no one in this town can do their job properly and everyone is a dick. If you don’t care about the characters, how do you expect the audience to care about your movie?

I have nothing to say about this movie. It’s completely on you if you want to see this film. Want to know what else is fun? Anything else. Literally, anything else you can think of. Half a star goes out the adorable bunnies.



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