"Scary Rabbit" is a Japanese horror film directed by Takashi Shimizu, which was released in Japan on September 17, 2011. The film mainly tells the story of the boy Imasato Daigo, who caused criticism and ridicule from the people around him because he smashed a rabbit to death, and entered the mysterious "Nation of Terror" with his sister Tongzi to unravel the painful memories of his family.
The siblings were brought into a bizarre and beautiful world by rabbits while watching the 3D horror movie "Thriller Labyrinth". However, this magical rabbit also uncovered painful memories of their family. Tongzi lost the ability to speak due to an accident, and his father was also immersed in the world of fairy tales, neglecting to teach the children, which made the growth of the siblings full of shadows.
In this kingdom full of horror and mystery, Tongzi searches for the truth alone, while Dawu falls into a whirlpool of terror. This "Nation of Terror" is not a fictional place, but a real world full of painful family memories. Through the image of the rabbit, this film symbolizes the dark side and deep pain of the family, and arouses people's cherishment of life and family.