Winnie the Pooh Wields Chainsaw in ‘Blood and Honey’ Sequel

“I’m determined to make it a reality,” declared director Rhys Frake-Waterfield.

Following the unexpected success of last year’s Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey, a divisive slasher take on the beloved classic, director Rhys Frake-Waterfield is eager to expand the franchise. While the film garnered mixed reviews, its commercial triumph encouraged the director to announce a sequel and several spin-offs set in this eerie slasher universe.

Blood and Honey 2, revealed in May hot on the heels of the original’s triumph, promises to revisit the Hundred Acre Wood with some dark twists. In a recent interview with CinePop, the returning director shared some tantalizing tidbits: “In the sequel, Winnie the Pooh will wield a chainsaw,” Frake-Waterfield revealed, adding confidently, “I’m going to introduce that. I’m going to make that happen.”

With a slightly larger budget than its predecessor, the sequel offers Frake-Waterfield the freedom to drench scenes in even more blood and bring that chainsaw to life. The original film followed Christopher Robin as he encountered a group of anthropomorphic creatures—Owl, Rabbit, Eeyore, Piglet, and Winnie-the-Pooh—in the Hundred Acre Wood. However, his departure for college and eventual return reveal that time has not been kind to his once-friendly companions, who now seek vengeance on humans.

Frake-Waterfield’s ambitions don’t stop at crafting a sequel; he’s aiming to construct an entire interconnected horror universe filled with dark renditions of classic characters who could cross paths in future films. Cinderella’s Curse, which sees Kelly Rian Sanson as the eponymous princess on a murderous rampage, already provides a glimpse into this expanding universe.

Two more horrifying twists on beloved tales, titled Bambi: The Reckoning and Peter Pan’s Neverland Nightmare, are currently in development under Frake-Waterfield’s guidance. He explained his vision: “The idea is that we’re going to try and imagine they’re all in the same world, so we can have crossovers.” As for potential crossover ideas, he already has one in mind: “People have been messaging saying they really want to see Bambi versus Pooh.” The prospect of Bambi facing off against Winnie the Pooh certainly piques the interest of fans of this unique horror subgenre Frake-Waterfield is creating.

Currently, there’s no official release date or window set for Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey 2, but fans can undoubtedly anticipate more dark and twisted adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood.

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