Children’s Classic Winnie The Pooh Is Reimagined In Horror Flick ‘Blood And Honey’

Winnie The Pooh - 'Bloody And Honey' CREDIT: Jagged Edge Productions

Is nothing scared? The innocence and purity of the childhood favourite Winnie The Pooh is being turned upside down and reimagined as a horror flick.

Winnie The Pooh created by A. A. Mine is about a fictional bear that’s friends with a human boy named Christopher Robin.

The bear with the penchant for honey trails, lives in the Hundred Acre Woods alongside fellow idyllic characters Piglet, Eeyore, and Tigger, just to name a few.

Disney assumed the rights in 1961, which brought to life the yellow bear that children know and love but now Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is hitting the cinema as you’ve never seen before.

The upcoming horror movie – which is of course not related to Disney in any way, shape or form – turns the anthropomorphic yellow teddy bear into a monstrous murderer.

As shown in the first images from Jagged Edge Productions, Pooh appears to be a slasher serial killer wielding a sledgehammer. There’s also a twisted reinterpretation of Piglet, and a shot with the words “get out” written across windows in blood.

Rhys Frake-Waterfield directed Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey, and several first-look images suggest a dark and twisted vision.

No plot details are available at this time, but it looks like the movie centers on a killer wearing a Winnie the Pooh mask.

Or maybe that’s actually a man-bear hybrid. A twisted version of Piglet also appears in these first look images, so expect a full-on perversion of the classic tale.

This one comes courtesy of Jagged Edge Productions, releasing sometime later this year.

The upcoming film’s IMDb page only notes that it’s