Bruno’s review published on Letterboxd:
I still need to finish David Lynch's filmography but Rabbits is certainly one of his most experimental creations from what I've seen so far. Everything happens in a single location and you can’t help but notice the haunting musical track that repeats itself throughout the whole movie. Its sudden changes between color palettes, the fantastical apparitions of a demonic figure as well as other strange occurrences and all the cryptic dialogue make the whole journey quite unnerving to watch. This film could easily be interpreted in so many different ways and I’m starting to believe that’s what Lynch was after.