“Happy beaster”

Films: Kottentail (2007)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Forest/Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: The last time people tried making bunnies scary, we got "Night of the Lepus", and it only managed to terrify our 8-year old selves. Now, we have a monstrous man-bunny, and it too only managed to scare our 8-year old selves. Killer rabbits and impressionable young children don't mix, we tell you!

History: Federico AKA, F-13, was a rather angry rabbit borne from genetic testing. When a couple of animal rights activists set him free, he ended up biting a dull-witted hick known as Hans Kottentail. This bite caused him to slowly grow buck teeth, sharpened ears, a hankering for vegetables, and in time, a full-blown were-rabbit! Oh, and he was cannibalistic and homicidal now, because why not?

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Kottentail manages to murder just about everyone he comes across. Even when seemingly fatally shot, he still manages to get back up. And presumably, he's still at large.

Powers/Abilities: Extremely durable, has razor-sharp claws for evisceration.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-For such an amazingly low-budget film, this guy doesn't disappoint too much. In spite of the fantastically ridiculous premise, there's something incredibly off-putting about a killer black-furred rabbit man with those teeth and that need for violence.

Trivia: -This film was also known as "Hybrid".

-The story of Peter Cottontail, not this killer beast, comes from a side character of Thornton Burgess' "Old Mother West Wind Series". The character's original name was Peter Rabbit, who preferred the other name due to it sounded less dull. Near the end of his story, however, he goes back to calling himself Peter Rabbit after a lot of teasing.

Image Gallery

Somebody lace his carrots with some kind of calming meds!
Terror in the form of rabbit-related horror FINALLY shows its claws.
Stop counting at the third film. Make it easy on yourself.

Can we look away now?
"Are you approaching me?"