Winnie The Pooh has always craved honey, but right now he is bloodthirsty. The first trailer for the film was released on Wednesday morning and revealed a new, dangerous side to the funny old bear.
Winnie The Pooh & Piglet Become Killers In ‘Blood & Honey’ Horror Movie
The new horror film “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey,” was based on the “Winnie the Pooh” children’s books. Premiered its twisted trailer on Wednesday.
Rhys Frake-Waterfield, a writer and filmmaker.
He has recreated Pooh and Piglet as “feral” animals who go on a “rampage”.
After being abandoned by Christopher Robin, who leaves for college, as a result of A.A.
Milne’s 1926 book entered the public domain this year.
As Christopher [Robin] grew older, “Winnie the Pooh and Piglet faced a severe decline in nourishment.
So over the years [they] became increasingly hungry and savage,” Waterfield said of his small slasher movie.
In the movie, Christopher Robin visits the 100 Acre Wood with his girlfriend.
To discover that his former friends “are no longer what they appear”.
And have gone bloodthirsty, even going so far as to “eat Eeyore to survive.”
Winnie The Pooh and Piglet attack a rural cabin where a group of college-age females is staying after spotting Christopher, the author continued.
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Since they’ve had to fend for themselves so much, they’ve essentially turned vicious.
According to Waterfield, who talked to Variety. As a result, they have gone back to being animals.
They are no longer domesticated; instead, they resemble savage bear and pig that roams around looking for prey.
The imaginary teddy bear and his pig friend engage in a number of graphic acts of violence in the bizarre trailer.
Including drugging a woman in a bikini in a hot tub with chloroform and beheading a renter in a house in the woods.
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The horror film generated a lot of buzz on social media in May after Jagged Edge Productions.
A small independent film company located in the UK posted disturbing stills from the film’s set online.
Regarding various Pooh interpretations, particularly Disney’s, Waterfield told, “We’ve tried to be exceedingly careful.”
We made every effort to ensure that [the movie] only relied on the 1926 version of it.
A release date for the movie- “Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey” is yet not determined.
The sinister trailer, though, gives away that it’s “coming soon.”