When Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey was first announced the world knew it would be scary and disturbing. Turning a beloved childhood cartoon into a horror film franchise was going to touch a lot of nerves.
But the first Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey trailer just dropped and it’s even scarier and more disturbing than anyone could’ve anticipated. There’s just something about turning Winnie the Poo, of all characters, into a horror villain that isn’t sitting right with the world.
First ‘Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey’ Trailer Is Truly Disturbing
Here is the first Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey trailer via YouTube and Twitter. That way you are free to choose your preferred medium to watch it. The trailer is the same on both Twitter and YouTube but I like to give you readers options:
And here’s the Twitter version:
The first trailer for the ‘Winnie The Pooh’ horror film ‘WINNIE THE POOH: BLOOD AND HONEY’.
The film follows Pooh & Piglet going on a rampage after being abandoned by Christopher Robin. pic.twitter.com/oYQJVY4J7J
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) August 31, 2022
Within minutes of the first Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey trailer being released, it started trending on Twitter and Google. The world is simply not prepared to handle the most beloved storybook franchises from our childhoods turned into Horror film franchise, but that seems to be the world we’re living in now.
What makes this so disturbing to me personally is it really humanizes this idealized figure I haven’t really thought about until recently. I couldn’t tell you a single thing that happens in Winnie the Pooh books but in my mind it was all perfect.
Now, there’s this. And my adult brain will be creating lasting, long-term memories about how this Horror version of Winnie the Pooh looks, speaks, and acts. And this is somehow altering my childhood recollection of Winnie the Pooh.
How is Winnie the Pooh becoming a Horror franchise?
For our entire lives, Winnie the Pooh was a Disney character. It was created back in 1924 by A.A. Milne. And then there’s this thing called the ‘public domain’.
95 years has passed and while Disney still owns the version of Winnie the Pooh we’re all used to seeing, the name and character has entered the public (because 95 years is the limit). So they’re able to now turn this honey-loving bear into a legitimately terrifying Horror film star.
There were a LOT of jokes about the Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey trailer hitting Twitter…
Here’s what a few people were saying online:
— jruss (@jruss072) August 31, 2022
— Cryptic (@Cryptic_Memes_) August 31, 2022
A lot of people claiming they’ll be there on Night 1…
WE WILL BE WATCHING ON OPENING NIGHT!! pic.twitter.com/vg8u6CAs9l
— RickyRee🐝🦦 (@rickyree209) August 31, 2022
I personally have no problems with the existence of Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey, as disturbing as it is. But I do anticipate a world where a lot of kids are accidentally searching for ‘Winnie the Pooh’ on streaming services in a few years and wind up discovering this film that will destroy their dreams for months.
Between now and then, however, I suspect Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey makes an absolute fortune.
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