Blood and Honey 2: Tigger Image Reveal Promises To Give You T-T-F****ng Nightmares
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 is back with more nightmare fuel as the first images of Tigger have been released. Fans can’t help but feel a mix of excitement and dread as our childhood characters are turned into bloody killers. IGN exclusively debuted these images, giving us a glimpse into the transformation of this once lovable and energetic character from Disney.
In the images, Tigger appears in his new terrifying form. The extreme close-ups depict blood gushing from his mouth, leaving a haunting impression that he has a disturbing taste for blood. The final shot reveals Tigger in all his glory, resembling a merciless beast that has just mauled a prison to death. Tigger did not appear in the first film, as the character remains under copyright until 2024.
Producer Scott Jeffery offered some insights into Tigger’s debut, describing the character as incredibly violent and delighting in torturing his victims before their inevitable demise. Jeffery also hinted at a substantially higher budget for the sequel, allowing director Rhys Frake-Waterfield to deliver a shocking, explosive, and gore-filled experience. It’s safe to say that fans and horror enthusiasts will be eagerly anticipating this unique take on the beloved Winnie the Pooh franchise.
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 is set to be unleashed upon audiences in February 2024 and is currently in production in the UK. Not only did the first film surpass all expectations, reaching a box office success of over $5 million on a modest $100,000 budget, but it also inspired other classic fairy tales to explore the realm of horror. Rhys Frake-Waterfield, the creator of Blood and Honey has himself taken on two childhood tales with two more gruesome reimaginings: Peter Pan and Bambi.
Stay tuned as more is revealed about the next venture back into the haunting reimagining of Hundred Acre Wood.
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