Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey

Say it ain’t so…Winnie the Pooh as a serial killer?! Yes, it is so in an upcoming horror movie. Winnie the Pooh and Piglet too have gone feral, abandoned by college-bound Christopher Robin and basically starving. It’s not exactly the beloved A.A. Milne characters from the original 1926 story here, nor their Disney versions. Nope, the boys have gone rogue, reverting to their wild roots and becoming seriously creepy. Piglet even sports tusks, and is clad in black…

In a scene which to me seems reminiscent of Steven King’s Christine, Pooh-bear is driving an ominous-looking vehicle. Just don’t bother looking for Eeyore the donkey, although you’ll see his tombstone. The boys have already killed and eaten him…

With the Winnie the Pooh tale now in the public domain, liberties may be taken with the classic story, although the film strives not to run afoul of Disney copyrights by omitting certain characters like Tigger, and changing the clothing styles of others. Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is not a big budget horror movie, and was supposedly shot in just ten days.

So be afraid, be very afraid of Pooh and Piglet sneaking up on you in your bath. In this horror comedy, you might not even recognize them anymore.- – Aieee! 🙀

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8 Comments on “Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey”

  1. carycomic Says:

    The late, great Alex Toth was right. Entertainment media is becoming a little too nihilistic!

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  2. carycomic Says:

    Then, again, they were 90 times more tasteful. Especially by comparison to today’s stuff!

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  3. vulpesffb Says:

    Here’s an idea for a sequel to Blood and Honey; Winner the Pooh vs. Tigger in a steel cage death match! “Two animals enter…one animal leaves!” 🐻 / 🐯

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