Category Archives: Bunnies On Film

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Rabbits On The Reel: Watch A Supercut Of Bunnies In Film

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In honor of our favorite holiday, Easter, we’ve cobbled together a supercut of our favorite movie bunnies and embedded it below.

The edit includes classic selections from Bambi, Harvey, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, but is leavened with a selection of lesser-known, and carefully vetted, dark horse entries, showing the versatility of our rabbits friends; they’re more than just inspiration for our cute slippers.

Congrats to Kai Peter, the winner of our contest! He correctly identified all of the movies in sequence and they are now listed below the jump!


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These are the bunny slippers you've been looking for.

Armored Boombox Slouches About In The Bunny Slippers You’ve Been Looking For

Spotted on the Interwebz this week: a curious t-shirt design that reimagines the menacing AT-AT Walker of Star Wars fame as a weaponized hipster with a cigarette in his mouth — hand-rolled, natch — and blue bunny slippers on his feet!

These slippers will keep your toes warm from the moons of Endor to the snowy plains of Hoth.

To paraphrase Lord Vader: “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!”

Buy it here, scoff in the comments below.

Hat tip: D. McCarthy

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5 Scary Halloween Hares

It’s Halloween, and rather than dress up to go take candy from strangers, we’re staying in to watch some of our favorite films. Here are five movies with hare-raising rabbits for you to watch this all hallows eve.

Let’s start out on a light note, shall we? More silly than it is scary, Night of the Lepus proves just how difficult it is to make bunny rabbits terrifying.

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Facehuggers Don’t Yolk Around

Anyone who has seen Ridley Scott’s Alien remembers the facehugger scene. I still jump out of my seat when that octo-legged extra terrestrial leaps forth from its egg, foreshadowing doom for the Nostromo cast (save for Ripley, of course).

Despite the ghastly premise of this H.R. Giger-inspired hop art, we couldn’t help but post it. It tickles our funny bunny bones in ways that are so wrong… but feel so right.

He should have followed quarantine procedures…

This little statue would be the perfect Halloween gift for the special person in your life who falls on the creepier end of the cute index.

(As seen on i09.)

Keep an eye out later this week for more long-eared sci-fi movie mash-ups.

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And Now, For My Last Trick…

Tobias Gundorff Boesen is a talented guy. His video, “Out of a Forest”, presents a touching, thoughtful look at the cycles of life and the *magic* therein. It has won numerous awards, both in Denmark where the film was shot, and other countries with good reason. The stop-animated  offering as much philosophical stimulus for the mind as it does breath-taking visuals. Enjoy, but be warned! It’s a bit of a tear-jerker.

Out Of A Forest from Tobias Gundorff Boesen on Vimeo.

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‘Tis But a Fleshwound!

There’s a lot going on in this shirt, but that’s kind of why we like it. This Batman x Monty Python crossover piece over at Shirtoid is well executed enough that we can give in to the über-nerd in us. It will go perfectly with a pair of our killer rabbit slippers.

Batman vs. Monty Python

Batman vs. Monty Python

For those of you not in the loop, allow me to help you put these pop culture pieces together under the cut…

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Stand By Me… But Not Too Closely

This short from The Muppets Studio illustrates why you should never talk to strangers, especially giant, furry blue strangers with humongous pointy teeth…

Luckily there’s a happy ending.

(Tip of the cap to Bunnies Everywhere for being cute enough to eat)

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