Winnie the Pooh: Blood and HoneyThe director of Eeyore has revealed some disturbing new information about Eeyore’s fate.
This horror film is inspired by AA Milne’s children’s books Winnie the Pooh, although it doesn’t have its original charm. Instead, it sees a crazy Winnie the Pooh and Piglet torture and attack innocent victims.
in an interview subwayblood and honey Creator Rhys Waterfield has revealed that another iconic character, Eeyore, had a brutal ending.
The film begins with Christopher Robin babysitting the half-breeds Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore as a child. However, as he grew up, he ignored them and abandoned them, letting them grow into “savages”.
Waterfield explained: “As they grew up it really changed them dramatically, they became this unhinged savages who were really sadistic and twisted and it changed their perception, So much so that they’re totally insane. They just want to move around and cause a lot of pain.”
Winnie the Pooh and Piglet bring pain not only to their unknown victims, but to their own victims.
“They’ve struggled to survive as the years have gone by,” Waterfield continued. “In the end, it became so scary that there was no food for Pooh and Piglet in the forest, and they made the difficult decision to kill and eat Eeyore.”
When the rights to the first Winnie the Pooh book were awarded in 1926, Waterfield immediately thought of turning it into a horror movie, away from “dry” monsters like werewolves, zombies, vampires and ghosts.
“We came across it and we were like: ‘We can do some really creative and fun things here,'” he added.
The adaptation is inspired by the original characters and the Disney version, but has its own unique, grotesque twists.
Waterfield continued: “This is not a serial killer in a mask, that would be boring. They are real hybrid animal humans… Even when they were young, Christopher used to feed them. He was just a kid, So he doesn’t know any difference, but they’re always these abominations.”
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey No release date has been set yet.
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