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Horror starring ‘Winnie the Pooh’ KILLER gets a release date



Horror ‘Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey’, a bizarre film based on the classic children’s character ‘Winnie the Pooh’, has finally gotten a release date.

In the United States, the film will be released in theaters on February 15, 2023 – for one night only before arriving on VOD.

However, according to THR, production company Altitude has acquired production rights in the UK, Mexico and Canada, as well as plans to release the horror in theaters in several other countries.

Unfortunately, the film does not yet have a release date in Brazil.

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The plot shows Pooh and Piglet as starving villains after Christopher Robin goes off to college and has no time to take care of them.

When the characters’ lives get tough, they have to fend for themselves and eventually return to their animal roots. They are no longer nice, it is an implacable bear and a pig that wants to wander in search of prey.

Amber Doig-Thorne, Maria Taylor and Danielle Scott star.

Unlike Disney’s fun children’s animation, the horror written and directed by newcomer Rhys Frake-Waterfield promises bloody, violent, and traumatic scenes.

The film is a retelling of the characters created by Alan Alexander Milne in 1926.

The standalone project took shape after the rights to the characters entered the public domain earlier this year.

Despite this, Waterfield was careful not to overdo references to source material or Disney animations, avoiding striking elements, like Pooh’s red shirt, who now wears a plaid shirt.

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