Controversial horror to get UK home ent distribution through new x-rated label Trinity X.

Trinity Films has acquired UK rights from Jinga Films to Adam Rehmeier’s brutal horror The Bunny Game and will release through their new home entertainment label Trinity X in early 2012.

Yet to be certified in the UK, the film centres around a drug-addicted prostitute, Bunny (Rodleen Getsic), who is kidnapped by a truck driver (Jeff Renfro) and subjected to a series of sadistic “games.”

Mark Sandell, co-director of Trinity Films, said today: “Although The Bunny Game is acquired viewing and deals with disturbing issues, it fits the Trinity X brand perfectly in that it is distinctive and independent film-making at its best, with strong performances and a highly original filmic eye”.

Trinity will be hoping UK film censors are more lenient with The Bunny Game than they were with Eureka’s The Human Centipede II which last month became the first title banned by the BBFC in two years.

Trinity X’s first release, Simon Rumley’s Red, White and Blue is released in September 2011.