Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is the latest horror movie and tis time around Winnie the Pooh is out for blood as the character features in the new gory film.
In the upcoming horror movie — which is not related to Disney in any way — portrays the adorable yellow teddy bear into a monstrous murderer. And how is this even allowed, one may ask?
95 years ago when the adorable yellow bear and his friends, including Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger, in a classic story were first introduced by AA Milne to young readers.
Blood and Honey is fairly mysterious, with only a few images and details publicly revealed. And there is not much we know so far about the Winnie the Pooh horror movie.
On January 2022, Pooh, Piglet and almost all the Hundred Acre Wood gang created fell into the public domain especially why the movie was able to get made.
Jagged Edge, a horror production company is using the character’s likeness to create a disturbing slasher movie where Pooh and Piglet team up to murder.
Disney had owned the rights to Winnie all these years, giving us adorable movies such as The Heffalump and The Tigger Movie, but Jagged Edge are going in a different direction with their Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey horror movie.
With the characters in the public domain it means the copyright on the character has run out: and creators can use the characters as they want.
Jagged Edge Productions, is the same company which also made The Curse of Humpty Dumpty and The Legend of Jack and Jill. So, it seems they’ve got form for putting a bloody take on childhood stories.
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is written and directed by Rhys Frake-Waterfield.
The film’s IMDB page states that it’s “A horror retelling of the famous legend of Winnie the Poo.” Whatever it turns out to be, it’s definitely one to keep your eye on. After all, it’s not every day you see Winnie the Pooh with a hammer.
The film’s IMDB page states that the movie is a “a horror retelling of the famous legend of Winnie the Poo.” Whatever it turns out to be, it’s definitely one to you would to feed your eyes on. And its the first time Winnie the Pooh is portrayed a monster.
The film has no release date yet, but Bloody Disgusting reports it will be out later this year.