The full trailer for upcoming horror Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey was released earlier this week, and there is certainly a buzz around the gory update on the loveable children’s character that doesn’t come the honeybees of the Disney version. With A.A. Milne’s original Winnie the Pooh stories now in the public domain, as long as people avoid using any of the visuals or additional characters specifically created by The Walt Disney Company in their version of Pooh Bear, the characters of the Hundred Acre Wood can now be used in any way by anyone. However, the creative team behind the movie are seemingly not ready to stop with Pooh, and have ideas for other horror-orientated versions of public domain characters including Peter Pan.
Not content with turning Winnie The Pooh into a blood-spattered horror icon, Rhys Waterford is looking to do the same to other public domain classics. Read More