If you’re looking to watch winnie the pooh blood and honey, you’re in luck! It recently made its way to Peacock’s streaming lineup on October 1st. In case you missed it, the film is a horror take on the classic characters from the Hundred Acre Wood, who were transformed into feral, bloodthirsty creatures by their human friend Christopher Robin.
While low-budget horror is all the rage thanks to movies like Terrifier 2, Skinamarink, and The Mean One, director Rhys Frake-Waterfield wanted to make sure his version of Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and the rest of the Hundred Acre Wood crew didn’t come off as an exploitative cash grab. The result is an R-rated slasher that grossed more than $5.2 million worldwide on a budget of less than $100,000.
In addition to streaming, you can purchase the movie on Blu-ray through Umbrella Entertainment (not to be confused with the Resident Evil company). The disc includes a commentary track from Frake-Waterfield, deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes footage, blooper reel, and some fan art.
Whether you prefer to stream or buy the film, there’s no doubt it’ll give you a new appreciation for the iconic characters and the story of A.A. Milne’s original books that inspired the film. The best part? It’s available for streaming free with a Peacock subscription, or you can rent it on Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, and Apple TV. Just be sure to watch with a friend. And don’t forget to check out our review of the film to see what we thought!