In Silent Hill: Revelation, a Pink Bunny Teddy-bear is shown a lot in Heather's aka Sharon's dreams and reality too. What was the significance of featuring the Pink Bunny? Is it some Easter egg to the game like Travis Grady was? Or does it have some deep significance in the film itself?
1So was it a bunny or a teddy bear?– Napoleon Wilson ♦Nov 4, 2016 at 9:36
2Congratulations, this question is the winner of the corresponding topic challenge.– Napoleon Wilson ♦Nov 6, 2016 at 23:02
I believe its a reference to the third installment of the Silent Hill video game series. The amusement park features a Mascot called Robbie the Rabbit. His role in the film would most likely be a homage to the video game simply creating an unease to the viewer.
Information about Robbie the Rabbit
For the most part, his role seems to serve little more than to provide an ambiguous level of unease to the player, due to the odd nature of his existence within the world of Silent Hill, his bright colors contrasting from the rust brown and dark red of everything else, and his recurring cameos.
Being nor an actual monster or enemy, Robbie the Rabbit has developed a following all his own. First appearing in Silent Hill 3, Robbie can be found in six following games and the sequel movie. Robbie’s appearance as the large, blood splattered mascot of Lakeside Amusement park helps to develop an uneasy setting with the contrast of his bright colors to the grim world around. It is never explained weather there is a wearer to the costume, or even Robbie is sentient is anyway, but he plays almost like an omen and water to the Silent Hill universe. A pink, rabbit head shaped window sticker on a car in the original Silent Hill that foreshadows to his existence.
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