2023 / 84m - UK
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey poster


March 22, 2023


Gimmick. That's all this is really. Pooh became public domain some time ago and people were eager to cash in on the name of the Pooh franchise. And what better genre than horror films, where the quality of execution is already a rare perk and originality is sniffed at? The result: a very bad film that actually made it into theaters.

After Christopher Robin abandoned his animal friends in the 100 Acre Forest, they grew lonely and vengeful. Their hatred made them turn against humans, so when a group of friends rents a cabin close by, they target the girls and kill them off one by one. Robin is the only one who can save them.

The performances are really bad, Pooh and his friends look shabby as fuck and the plot is just one big mess. The kills aren't the worst, which is something, but seeing them executed by fat men in ugly masks really isn't all that impressive. It's a shame they didn't make a real effort, let's just hop this isn't the start of a trend.