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Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey reviews are in, and it's so bad it's good

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey reviews are in, and it's so bad it's good

The Winnie-the-Pooh horror film has finally released in cinemas, and fans have been pleasantly surprised by how good it is.

It’s finally time. The Winnie-the-Pooh horror movie, Blood and Honey, which took the internet by storm when it was first revealed last year, has finally been released to the public, and the general verdict is surprisingly positive.

After seeing the trailer, I don’t think anyone was expecting greatness from this film. The basic plot, for anyone unfamiliar, is that the animals in the Hundred Acre Wood have gone feral after being abandoned by Christopher Robin, who stopped visiting them as he grew older. When he returns as an adult, he discovers that Winnie and the gang are now out for blood. Childhood destroyed.

Take a look at the trailer for Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey below.

As ComicBook reports, now that the film is out in cinemas (for a limited theatrical run), viewers have been sharing their thoughts online, and the consensus seems to be that it’s “absurdly entertaining”.

Winnie-the-Pooh Blood and Honey is the funniest movie I’ve seen in years. It’s so bad but so entertaining. If I was a critic it’s a 3/10 but I’m not [so] it’s a 20/10,” @joe_fayant tweeted. “I can confidently say that was the dumbest movie since The Room. People were laughing 90 seconds in and laughed when the credits rolled. Could be a cult hit with college kids. It was exactly what you’d expect it to be for better or worse. Mainly worse,” wrote @kenbruno. “Wow! Winnie-the-Pooh Blood and Honey had no right being that much fun, but it was! Bring on the sequel!” @TheEricButts said.

The director of Blood and Honey, Rhys Frake-Waterfield, is already working on a sequel, as well as a horror adaptation of Peter Pan called Neverland Nightmare, so brace yourself for that. No childhood icon is safe.

For those in the UK, you’ll have to wait a little longer before you can see Blood and Honey - the film is set to release in cinemas on 10 March.

Featured Image Credit: Jagged Edge Productions / Altitude Film Distribution

Topics: TV And Film