Out of all the Indian horror movies that have done extremely well at the box office, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey really shook things up. Now, audiences will get another chance to see the controversial slasher on the big screen, with ITN Studios bringing the film back to US theaters for a week starting Friday, March 17.
It is not yet known how many theaters the film will be shown in, but it is likely to have a wide release. Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey there was Limited theatrical run on February 15, resulting in a total domestic gross of 2 mln. The film also performed impressively overseas, grossing $4.1 million worldwide against a $100,000 budget.
In addition to re-releasing the film, ITN Studios will also release merchandise in collaboration with Hot Topic. Both dresses are currently available in-store and online. One of the shirts features a bright poster from the movie, while the other features a very disturbing image of this new rendition of Pooh’s face. Both shirts retail for $23.50 and are available in sizes XS to 3X.
Blood and Honey puts a dark spin on the children’s classic
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey written and managed by Rhys Freke-Waterfield and a dark nod to the Winnie the Pooh story that may have existed since the original books were in the public domain. Amber Doig-Thorne, Maria Taylorand Danielle Scott complete the cast of the film. In the movie, Pooh and Piglet have become feral since Christopher Robin went away to college, and when he returns with his fiancé, the humanoids wreak havoc. The film is brutal and brutal, like the slashers of the 2000s House of Waxbut with a completely hilarious gimmick that proves to be endlessly entertaining.
since the financial success of Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey, Frake-Waterfield has already revealed that a sequel is in development and will apparently have five times the budget of the original. The film may have earned the filmmakers death threats and a 4% score on Rotten Tomatoes, but audiences are clearly resonating with the film’s originality. Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey would garner a bigger box office hit on its re-release, and Frake-Waterfeild noted that it had terrific features. Bambi and Peter Pan in development, marks a new, strange shift in horror.
check out Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey When it returns to theaters on March 17.