WINNIE-THE-POOH, Owl, Tigger And Piglet Go On The Rampage In First BLOOD & HONEY 2 Red Band Trailer

WINNIE-THE-POOH, Owl, Tigger And Piglet Go On The Rampage In First BLOOD & HONEY 2 Red Band Trailer WINNIE-THE-POOH, Owl, Tigger And Piglet Go On The Rampage In First BLOOD & HONEY 2 Red Band Trailer

The first trailer for the upcoming sequel to low-budget horror parody, Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey, has been released, giving us a look at the bloodthirsty bear and his pals on the rampage...

By MarkCassidy - Feb 05, 2024 12:02 PM EST
Filed Under: Movies

Following our first glimpse of a terrifying take on Tigger and the titular bear's ferocious redesign, we have the first trailer for Winnie-The-Pooh: Blood and Honey 2, which also adds a seriously messed-up incarnation of Owl to the macabre mix.

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 far more unsettling sight to behold.

The first movie made headlines last year 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!

Check out the red band trailer and a poster (via IGN) 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. "

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

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