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#1 jaragon

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Posted 26 April 2017 - 06:42 PM

Yes I can see this remade as one of those sc-fi channel monster movies


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Posted 26 April 2017 - 09:24 AM

Life imitating art?

 

United Airlines in new PR disaster after giant rabbit dies on UK flight

 

https://www.theguard...-dies-uk-flight



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Posted 26 April 2017 - 07:59 AM

This might have been more effective if they had built some sort of mutant rabbithttps://youtu.be/m0DKTM41r1s

A very effective trailer

It wouldn't surprise me if this were given a CGI makeover by Hollywood. 


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 09:07 PM

Giant carnivorous rabbits on the loose, in the Arizona desert, what an idea for a horror film.  I was pleasantly surprised.  Director William Claxton used sound effects and close-ups to make the rabbits look downright scary.  The rabbits looked normal, except for their size.  The use of tight shots of the glowing rabbit eyes and blood-dripping choppers gave the film a nice psychological, dare I say, Hitchcockian spin.   The film is campy and creepy to the max.

This might have been more effective if they had built some sort of mutant rabbithttps://youtu.be/m0DKTM41r1s

A very effective trailer i


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 09:07 AM

Giant carnivorous rabbits on the loose, in the Arizona desert, what an idea for a horror film.  I was pleasantly surprised.  Director William Claxton used sound effects and close-ups to make the rabbits look downright scary.  The rabbits looked normal, except for their size.  The use of tight shots of the glowing rabbit eyes and blood-dripping choppers gave the film a nice psychological, dare I say, Hitchcockian spin.   The film is campy and creepy to the max.


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