Oh, were you planning on drifting off to sleep tonight without a care? Maybe you should turn away now if that's the case. These face swaps are horrifying enough to leave you with nightmares.
'Watership Down' is a terrifying movie based on a book by Richard Adams about a community of rabbits finding their way in the world. It usually has cute rabbits on the cover so it's usually mistaken for a children's book but the world of Watership Down is brutal and not all of the happy little bunnies survive.
But... it's about bunnies so that makes it a great Easter film, right? That's what someone at Channel 5 in England must have thought when they scheduled the movie to run in the afternoon on Easter day.
Naturally, some families were outraged but others just enjoyed the irony of the programming.
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Others support the movie and think parents these days are too sensitive.
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For those of you who haven't seen it, please, watch the trailer and imagine little kids watching this with their families on a lazy Easter afternoon.
Sometimes kids are afraid of the Easter bunny but eventually we all grow out of that. Lots of people have pictures of their smaller selves crying on the lap of an adorable, smiling bunny. Unfortunately, some of us were right to be afraid as a child. These bunnies with make you have Easter nightmares all over again.
This toddler was saved by his neighbors holding out quilts for him to land in. Miraculously, he got away without a scratch.
According to South China Morning Post, he was trying to get out of the room after locking his grandmother out while playing hide and seek. He was examined by a doctor who gave him the all clear so this story has a happy ending.
It happens so fast but the reporter, Alex Savage, managed to jump out of the way in the nick of time. He posted a follow up video on Facebook assuring everyone he was okay and crediting his photographer, Chip Vaughan, with shouting the alert that saved his life.
Close Call!! Almost got hit by a car live on-air, heart still pounding.Posted by Alex Savidge KTVU on Tuesday, March 8, 2016
The driver of this truck overcorrected after slightly hitting the other side of the bridge railing. This scary video shows the dashboard view and later inside the truck as it punches through the concrete barrier and lands in a park below.
Thankfully, no one was hurt. The park was unoccupied at the time and the driver, who was ejected from the truck, managed to survive after a few weeks of intensive care.
The Zika virus is responsible for what the World Health Organization calls a global health crisis. The disease is spread by mosquito bites and can cause terrible birth defects like microencephaly when pregnant women are infected. It's also been linked to the development of Guillain-Barré syndrome, a rare condition that causes the immune system to attack nerves.
Until now it has only been a problem transmitted by mosquitos in South American countries. Now a person in the United States has caught the Zika virus on home turf. The good news is, we're probably not flooded with mosquitos that carry the virus (yet), the bad news is that it was sexually transmitted. According to NBC DFW:
The first person in Dallas County has been infected with the Zika virus without traveling outside the U.S., becoming the first person to acquire the virus in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The patient was infected through sexual contact, not through a mosquito bite, according to county health officials.