4. General Woundwort from Watership Down
Rabbits are supposed to be pretty harmless, right? WRONG! In Richard Adams’ allegorical novel Watership Down, the concept of tyranny is personified by the downright freakish General Woundwort. As scary as he is in the books, you truly do not understand the concept of terror until you have seen how Woundwort is portrayed the 1978 film adaptation. He is not technically rabid, but damn, does he ever look it!