Winnie the Pooh Horror Movie Director Breaks His Silence on Disturbing Plot, It gets Worse
It was hard to miss it. This week’s internet sensation is a Winnie the Pooh-inspired horror movie. It has shocked the Internet with its disturbing interpretation of the Hundred Acre Wood fuzzy childhood friends.
Winnie the Pooh was released into the public domain in January. Disney now has the sole rights. Director Rhys Waterfield seized the opportunity to create Winnie the Pooh – Blood and Honey. Twisted stills showing men wearing horrifying Pooh or Piglet masks sent shockwaves through the internet. Now, the director is opening up about the horror film’s disturbing plans.
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Details were almost non-existent before now. Winnie the Pooh – Blood and Honey described the film simply as a “horror retelling” of the legend of Winnie the Pooh. Waterfield sat down with Variety and explained what the film was about.
Pooh’s and Piglet’s evil turn begins when Christopher Robin leaves for college. This sends the duo “on an avalanche”.
“Christopher Robin has taken them away and he hasn’t [given] them food,” Waterfield stated that it has made Pooh’s and Piglet’s lives very difficult. “Because they have had to take care of themselves so much, they’ve essentially turned feral so they can go back to their animal roots. They are no longer tame. They behave like a vicious bear or pig that wants to explore the world and hunt prey.
Wakefield stated that Pooh, Piglet, and a woman in a hot tub were seen behind them. “She’s having fun and then Pooh, Piglet, and she appear behind her. Then, you can chloroform her and take her out of the jacuzzi. And then, kind of drive a car above her head.”
This film is a cursed film. Personally, I won’t be watching it. But, if you really want to see it, here’s some good news. Waterfield claims that the team is moving through post-production “as fast as possible” thanks to internet attention.