Rabbit Swimming with the Fishes
Frank the Demonic Rabbit in Donnie Darko
In the 2001 horror flick, a six-foot rabbit that bares fangs (James Duval) announces the world will end in 28 days, six hours, 42 minutes, and 12 seconds and is generally a “terrifying symbol of innocent childhood fantasy gone horribly to seed,” according to TIME’s list of “10 Memorable Movie Rabbits.”
The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog
Also on that TIME list: In Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975), King Arthur and his posse from Camelot encounter the sharp-toothed bunny from guarding the cave “that marks the end of their sacred quest” and “slays three of Arthur’s finest before the crew manages to take out the creature by deploying the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch.”
The White Rabbit in Wonderland
Creepin' at the Easter Egg Roll
Bathing season at lido Strandbad Wannsee in Berlin, Germany, typically kicks off on Good Friday, even if it’s freezing. But the dark teeth on the rabbit snowman in this Mar. 29, 2013, photo is scary enough to make swimmers either run for warm shelter as fast as they can or swim as far away from it as humanly possible.
Orange You Glad to See Me?
Though not as violent as the shower scene in Psycho, this scene of a rabbit lying motionless while being bathed in a sink is still off-putting.
In this prank, people get close to an old tree trunk because they think they are looking at a rare flower, but it turns out to be a bloody bunny head.