YMMV: The Seventh Brother
- Nightmare Fuel: The whole movie is made of this. The most terrifying scene in particular is during a song where a disembodied voice sings about how danger is everywhere and to be afraid as they slowly morph a picture of J.C. the rabbit into a creature from hell (starting at the 18:55 mark).
- Paranoia Fuel: DANGER IS ALL AROUND AND EVERYTHING'S OUT TO KILL YOU! BE AFRAID! BE VERY AFRAID!
- Tear Jerker: If you weren't hiding under your bed as a kid, you were crying your eyes out. In the American version, when Tiny is convinced that his owner no longer loves or wants him, a montage of clips of him and his owner together is shown as a rather sad and depressing ballad plays.
Eli Stone: Lady, what did the rabbits ever do to you?!
- One that could almost overlap with Fridge Horror: given Mrs. Magpie's annoyance about the rabbits adopting Tiny, she takes absolute pleasure when a fox comes around and threatens the rabbits, seconds before they scare him off. Shortly after that, when the river starts flooding, she shows no sympathy either when the rabbits are nearly washed off the side of a waterfall, but rather laughs at their misfortune!