Friday, October 21, 2011

Just in time for Halloween...Movies with Scary Rabbits

Hello, With Halloween not too far away, it's time to think of Halloween type movies for rabbit lovers. Here are some classics...

The Night of the Lepus...A so-called horror movie from 1972 with 5 feet tall 100 pound rabbits that attack people. This movie was meant to be a serious horror movie, but its quality is so bad that it is more like a comedy. I love this movie just for the laughs.  It stars DeForest Kelly and Janet Leigh, big names that unfortunately were probably desperate for work.  I did like when they attacked a vegetable truck. Night of the Lepus IMDB

Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit...This is one of my all-time favorite rabbit movies.  The Halloween "scary" rabbit type stuff is hard to be afraid of, but is fun.  This movie is Claymation and took several years to create.  This movie is definitely worth a watch or even to see it again!

Monty Python and the Holy Grail...The Cute Little Rabbit with the sharp and pointy teeth. Cutest little bunny. Hehehe!

Now, one that I wish I could put here has only been a rumor that I have seen mentioned in various places, but I don't know if it's made or even being made. It is one of my favorite bunnies in the world of books.
For now, it is still a great Halloween read for adults and kids.
The one and only classic.....Bunnicula the vampire bunny. The Vampire bunny who likes to drain vegetables of their juice til they are transparent. If anyone has any ideas or news if the rumor is true-please share it.

If you know of any movies with "scary rabbits" for Halloween that I may have missed, please share in the comments below.  If you are a bunny addict like me,  it would be most appreciated!

Thanks for stopping by! 
Mary Ellen
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