WINNIE-THE-POOH Gets A Ferocious Makeover In New BLOOD AND HONEY 2 Image

WINNIE-THE-POOH Gets A Ferocious Makeover In New BLOOD AND HONEY 2 Image WINNIE-THE-POOH Gets A Ferocious Makeover In New BLOOD AND HONEY 2 Image

A new image from the upcoming sequel to low-budget horror parody, Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey has been released, giving us a first look at the bloodthirsty bear's terrifying redesign...

By MarkCassidy - Nov 04, 2023 09:11 AM EST
Filed Under: Horror
Source: Via FearHQ

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey was in the news recently when a fourth-grade teacher accidentally screened the horror parody for his students, and we can only imagine how much more "distraught" those kids would have been if the bloodthirsty bear looked like this!

In the first movie, Pooh was very clearly a guy in a not particularly convincing suit, but with a budget reportedly 10 times that of its predecessor, Blood and Honey 2 was able to spend a bit more on revamping the murderous mammal's look and making him a truly terrifying sight to behold.

Check out the new still at the link below.

During an interview with THR, director Rhys Frake-Waterfield was asked about Pooh's new look and what fans can expect from the sequel in general.

"Number two is better than number one in every single aspect. Because we’ve gone into this knowing on what platform scale it’s going, whereas in the first one, we didn’t really have much of an idea. We obviously didn’t expect it to go to the masses it did. This time we’ve gone into it knowing that will happen, so a lot more time can be dedicated towards it. I’ve not really worked on anything else this year. And that’s why all areas are now a massive jump up compared to the first."

"For example, the look of the creatures is quite an important thing," he continued. "Before we had a mask bought online, some cleaning gloves from the shop downstairs and a red lumberjack shirt from Amazon. The whole monster was about £630 ($770). But this time we have people doing the prosthetics — it’s a company that has worked on Harry Potter’s Voldemort and Star Wars. And they’ve been in charge of the redesigns of the creature. And that’s why Pooh looks a bit more scary. There’s an extra level of detail there. "

We're still waiting on a teaser for Blood and Honey 2, but for now, you can check out the trailer for the first film below.

"Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey is a 2023 British independent slasher film edited, produced, written and directed by Rhys Frake-Waterfield. It serves as a horror reimagining to A. A. Milne and E. H. Shepard's Winnie-the-Pooh books and stars Craig David Dowsett as the titular character, and Chris Cordell as Piglet, with Amber Doig-Thorne, Nikolai Leon, Maria Taylor, Natasha Rose Mills, and Danielle Ronald in supporting roles. It follows Pooh and Piglet, who have become feral and bloodthirsty murderers, as they terrorise a group of young university women and Christopher Robin when he returns to the Hundred Acre Wood many years later after leaving for college."

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 is set to be released on February 14, 2024.

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VISIONaryNPa2 - 11/4/2023, 9:26 AM
Crazy they went from an idie sensation to collaborating with the people from Lucas Film and the like.

Wish we had a more detailed version but yeah
braunermegda - 11/4/2023, 9:35 AM
That's the grinch
ProudPatriot76 - 11/4/2023, 10:23 AM
Funny how the opening sentence reads “…teacher accidentally showed…”

That teacher knew exactly what he was doing! Did I laugh? Absolutely. Would I have been pissed if one of the students were mine? An even larger YES!

I’ve recently read somewhere that this company is doing How the Grinch Stole Christmas too. It’ll be interesting to see how that goes. As a professional Santa and Christian, Christmas is kinda sacred to me. I did however, see Violent Night and it was well done.
r1g0r - 11/4/2023, 10:47 AM
It's sounding more and more like the homeless junkies have taken over Hollywood.
AnthonyVonGeek - 11/4/2023, 10:55 AM
The first was a treat while stoned so I’m definitely down for more silly mayhem.
AllsGood - 11/4/2023, 10:58 AM
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey I definitely enjoyed this movie. Glad they're making a Sequel it was great to see Piglet in it.

regularmovieguy - 11/4/2023, 11:06 AM

Who’s stronger? Hulk or Piglet from Blood and Honey?
Origame - 11/4/2023, 11:16 AM
@regularmovieguy - the answer is pumba
DocSpock - 11/4/2023, 12:31 PM
@regularmovieguy -

Piglet would probably taste better in a sandwich.

Drace24 - 11/4/2023, 11:13 AM
Are we reaching late stage Hollywood or something?
mountainman - 11/4/2023, 11:18 AM
@Drace24 - Yes we are.
DocSpock - 11/4/2023, 12:32 PM

We need something witty and deep like maybe Psycho Pooh vs MCU She-Hulk.

batmanink - 11/4/2023, 4:23 PM
I would suggest that the first movie’s costume looked significantly better… and that this (what we can see of it) still looks like a man in a not so convincing costume… and that Winnie the Pooh (original IP) had illustrations, and this is a huge departure from that, but not, oddly toward bear or teddy bear. I can’t say “but I don’t really give a shit”, because I came here and commented, but I ain’t gonna see this one or the first one. Ever.
StSteven - 11/5/2023, 11:28 PM
Well thank God. Ya know, I was on the fence about showing the first movie to my 4 and 7 year old girls because I just didn't think that the FX were scary enough. I mean, I wanted something that would REALLY traumatize them. Like mental scars level. And to me those rubber masks and flannel shirts, while scary, just didn't deliver the kind of life-long mental instability that I wanted for my kids. But now that we're getting the next-level realism that can only be delivered by top-tier FX companies, I'm thinking that THIS movie will be the one that I'll be able to sit my kids down and watch and get the desired effect. And watch again. And again. And again.

BTW, did I mention that I teach grade school?

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