Written and directed by Paul King, who was behind the camera for every episode of the TV Boosh to date, it's a fantasy travelogue, with the stylistic twist that we don't actually leave the protagonist's flat. Instead, Edward Hogg, co-starring with Simon Farnaby, recalls the trip from the comfort of home, and the visuals are filtered through polaroid snapshots and wonky recollections.
You can see the connection to the Boosh's papier-mache asthetic, and there are cameo roles for Booshers Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, as well as the ace Richard Ayoade.
Is this the Shaun of the Dead to the Boosh's Spaced? Is Paul King's career set to follow the same trajectory as Edgar Wright's? [source: http://www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=26079]
Read Times review: http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/london_film_festival/article6890778.ece
See trailer: http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/tol/arts_and_entertainment/film/trailers/article6874073.ece
Warp reports: http://warp.net/films/warp-x/bunnyc4
Another view: 'Bunny and the Bull, from the ultra-hip (is that good?) Warp X out of the UK, is another flick I've been clocking for a long time.. long before it's world premier was announced at TIFF. (See stills here) It premiered to positive reviews and unfortunately we haven't been able to catch it yet, but the first footage just dropped today in preparation for the upcoming London Film Fest which our own Ben Austwick will be covering. Howz it look? Sick, funny, and twisted. Me likey.' [source: http://www.quietearth.us/articles/2009/10/02/First-clip-for-Warp-Xs-BUNNY-AND-THE-BULL]