An innocent sleepover becomes a nightmarish evening when two girls summon a cryptic masked man known as Mr. Rabbity.

The Man in the Rabbit Mask marks the second film from Bad Cookie Pictures and Ariel Hansen as a director. It was produced with Akuma Films using a Telus Storyhive grant and was written by Joel H. Brewster. Since completion in early 2017 it has played at Vancouver International Women in Film Festival, the Bloody Mary Film Festival in Toronto and the Vancouver Short Film Festival.


Previous Screenings

Vancouver International Women in Film Festival (Vancouver, BC)

Bloody Mary Film Festival (Toronto, ON)

Vancouver Short Film Festival (Vancouver, BC)

Shocktober Film Festival (Champaign, IL)

New West Film Fest (New Westminister, BC)



“Mister Rabbity seems to fill the entire room with his shadow, which creates a sense of encroaching dread, not only for the characters, but also for the audience.”

— Horror Geek Life

“The story is sinister and eerie”

Grave Plot

“The Man in the Rabbit Mask is an excellent short that felt like a loving tease for something bigger and better that I frankly can’t wait to see.”

Pop Horror