Feel the buzz and get ready to catch Rabbit Fever, released on DVD by Maiden Voyage Pictures on 11th June 2007, the hilariously penetrating mockumentary that does for sexual self-gratification what This Is Spinal Tap did for rock n' roll.
Coming soon to DVD, Rabbit Fever is one movie that isn't the slightest bit embarrassed about shamelessly stimulating the sex-comedy G-spot and boasts an all-star cast that includes Tom Conti (Shirley Valentine), Emily Mortimer (The Pink Panther), Julian Rhind-Tutt (Green Wing), Sienna Guillory (Eragon; Love Actually), Stefanie Powers (Hart to Hart), Lisa B (Bridget Jones's Diary), Tom Hollander (Pride & Prejudice), Sorcha Cusack (Snatch) and Emma Buckley (Love Actually).
Avid viewers of TV's Sex And The City will be all too familiar with the Rabbit, a dual action vibrator with a legendary ability to stimulate and satisfy women that has since become the world's best selling and best loved adult toy. Of course, anything that can make you feel so good must have a downside - right?
It's that so-called "downside" that forms the thrust of Rabbit Fever, as countless formerly frustrated women are found to be seriously addicted to their two-eared pleasure providers. It's an addiction that causes chaos for the sufferers and results in the sabotage of the sexual self-esteem of men across the globe. As respected intellectuals publicly espouse the Rabbit and its obvious benefits, and airlines begin to provide the buzzing bunny to female passengers as part of their in-flight entertainment, it looks like a new sexual revolution is underway, but as is often the case with any source of addiction, the authorities are determined to clamp down... hard!
Featuring a host of cameos from familiar media figures such as Germaine Greer, novelist William Boyd, journalist Toby Young, broadcaster Danny Baker and Virgin entrepreneur Richard Branson, Rabbit Fever takes a light-hearted look at the plight of the Rabbit Addicts, the unfortunate women who, having found fulfillment, now find they just can't get enough.
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