“Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey” feels like a throwback to when slasher movies began, and the goal was to freak out the audience with intense visuals.
|Screenplay By||Rhys Frake-Waterfield|
|Based On||Characters From A.A. Mline’s books|
|Date Released (In Theaters)||February 15, 2023|
|Genre(s)||Action, Crime, Horror, Young Adult|
|Duration||1 Hour 24 Minutes|
|Content Rating||Not Rated|
|Christopher Robin||Nikolai Leon|
|Winnie The Pooh||Craig David Dowsett|
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Having left his childhood friends behind, Christopher Robin returns to find that, without him, his love, and imagination, Winnie the Pooh and Piglet have become homicidal maniacs who kill anyone who come upon the 100 Acre Woods.
Things To Note
Why Is “Winne The Pooh: Blood and Honey” Rated Not Rated
- Dialog: Cursing
- Violence: Graphic violence, torture scenes, decapitation, depiction of open wounds, blood, gore, and more
- Sexual Content: Nudity (Female Nudity)
- Miscellaneous: Drinking Alcohol
Please Note: This character guide is not an exhaustive list of every cast member, and character descriptions may contain what can be considered spoilers.
A young man who made the mistake of abandoning childhood friends and thinking there wouldn’t be consequences.
Winnie The Pooh
A silly old bear, who is now much older, and now isn’t so much silly as they are cruel and dangerous.
What once was a scared little pig is now a scary and murderous-looking warthog.
Our Rating: Mixed (Divisive)
How Violent It Is
As shown in clips publicly and legally available online, “Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey” doesn’t hold back. Pooh tortures Christopher Robin and leaves marks on him that are absolutely gruesome. Piglet, with his sledgehammer, creates Spaghetti Western-type violence, and the depiction of an eyeball popping out is one of the many gross-out moments you’ll experience. But, if you love violent films, while it may not make you grimace or flinch, it does deliver what the trailer promised.
If You Like Camp, This Could Be A Funny Movie To You
The acting in the film is of the caliber of a B-movie or the kind of horror films you often don’t hear about since they are just released to Video on Demand with no marketing behind them. There are good things and bad things about that.
Focusing on the good, it makes it so there are multiple unintentionally comical moments in the film. Be it when Pooh realizes someone is there or watching the actors perform and either try to bring a more serious tone to the film or embrace the ridiculous notion of a movie featuring Winnie The Pooh and Piglet becoming monstrous serial killers.
On The Fence
It’s All About Shock Value
By now, we know, from our own experience and comments made, most don’t come to horror movies expecting top-quality performances or stories, and “Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey” is by no means an exception. Outside of characters whose existence likely is well beyond yours, like Christopher Robin, Winnie The Pooh, and Piglet, you’d be hard-pressed to remember and potentially care about anyone else.
Why? Because, essentially, they are just fodder, or food in some cases, for our villains. Also, more often than not, their deaths are comical, sometimes even worthy of an eye-roll, since they seem preventable. Now, yes, Pooh and Piglet can move quickly when they want to, Winnie The Pooh especially. However, other times there is just a level of stupidity that makes it very clear that a character exists to eventually die – likely in a gruesome way.
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