Eccentric inventor Wallace (voice of Peter Sallis) and his faithful if often perplexed dog Gromit are back in their first feature-length adventure from animator Nick Park. Wallace and Gromit have launched a new business venture just in time for a major gardening competition in their neighborhood of West Wallaby. "Anti-Pesto" is a humane pest-relocation service in which Wallace and Gromit capture rabbits and other critters who have been eating the produce from local gardens and give them new homes somewhere else. Business has been going well, and when the woman hosting the garden show, Lady Tottington (voice of Helena Bonham Carter), discovers a massive tribe of rabbits has been making a mess of her garden, she calls in Wallace and Gromit to move the bunnies elsewhere. Wallace is quite taken with Lady Tottington, but he's not the only one -- Victor Quartermaine (voice of Ralph Fiennes) is a slick but arrogant upper-class type who wants to win Lady Tottington's hand (and fortune) and is convinced he can do a better job capturing the rabbits than Wallace. However, Wallace's attempts to brainwash the rabbits away from veggies using his latest invention has disastrous results, and soon Wallace has to deal with a beastly bunny as well as a heavily-armed Quartermaine. Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit followed Park's previous film with the duo, A Close Shave, by ten years, and was produced after Park broke through to mainstream success with the feature Chicken Run.~Mark Deming
Ralph FiennesVictor Quatermaine
Helena Bonham CarterLady Campanula Tottington (Voice)
Peter KayPC Mackintosh
Nicholas SmithReverend Clement Hedges
Liz SmithMrs. Mulch
John ThomsonMr. Windfall (Voice)
Mark GatissMiss. Blight (Voice)
Vincent EbrahimMr. Caliche (Voice)
Geraldine McEwanMiss. Thripp (Voice)
Edward KelseyMr. Growbag (Voice)
Dicken AshworthMr. Mulch (Voice)
Ben WhiteheadMr. Leaching (Voice)
Christopher Fairbankadditional voice
William Vanderpuyeadditional voice
Dave Alex RiddettCinematographer
Hans ZimmerComposer (Music Score)
Julian NottComposer (Music Score)
David Mc CormickEditor
Phil LewisProduction Designer
Alastair GreenArt Director
Matt PerryArt Director
Cecil KramerExecutive Producer
Michael ElsonExecutive Producer
Michael RoseExecutive Producer
Danny HambrookSound/Sound Designer
Adrian RhodesRe-Recording Mixer
Alastair KingAdditional Music
Bob PersichettiStoryboard Artist
Derek TriggFoley Editor
Hans ZimmerMusic Producer
James MatherSupervising Sound Editor
Jim DooleyAdditional Music
Lorne BalfeAdditional Music
Michael ConnellMusic Editor
Michael SolingerPost Production Supervisor
Penny FosterAssistant Director
Rupert Gregson-WilliamsAdditional Music
Stuart BriggsCraft Service/Catering
Sven TaitsRe-Recording Mixer
Tim OwensADR Editor
Comedy,Childrens and Family
Family-Oriented Comedy,Fantasy Comedy
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Year of Release
Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit [DVD] 
Fits right along with the rest.
(Picture) Finally gets an Blu release. Look impressive on an OLED, 4k upscale.
(Sound) 5.1 was great up mixed in Neural:X in 7.2.4
Would’ve like to see a 3D release.
Curse of the Were-Rabbit sees Wallace & Gromit in their first full-length feature, and it's one to remember, as the heroes deal with a mysterious rabbit monster and a diminutive, over-eager hunter. If you like the short films, this fits right in.
If you’re a fan of any stop motion films, this is a must. Even if you aren’t a fan, this film might change your mind. It’s done really well. That aside, the story is great, the humor is delivered well, and the pacing is excellent. 5/7 it’s a phenomenal film.
I loved the Wallace and gromit films . Been a fan since I saw the short films. Instantly became a fan, realistic atmosphere, lovable characters, fun adventures, and loads of laughs. Quality picture and sound. Amazing price for it.
Watched this movie with my little sisters and it’s actually a great movie to watch with the family. I honestly thought it was going to be boring but it’s actually not it’s pretty funny. I recommend you watch this with the family.