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Ready for another twisted tale? Rhys Frake-Waterfield’s Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey II promises to be bigger, better and bloodier than the first film, with a higher budget allowing for both brand new creature designs and a higher kill count. Jagged Edge Productions previews those new creature designs in a series of character posters today.

Meet the team’s twisted takes on Piglet, Owl and Tigger below, along with the new look for their Winnie the Pooh slasher. The posters were debuted by Dread Central today.

Frake-Waterfield had teased the upcoming sequel last year, “This time Pooh and friends will be leaving the 100 Acre Wood to take their fight to the quiet community of Ashdown!”

Here’s the official synopsis:

“Deep within the 100-Acre-Wood, a destructive rage grows as Winnie-the-Pooh, Piglet, Owl, and Tigger find their home and their lives endangered after Christopher Robin revealed their existence. Not wanting to live in the shadows any longer, the group decides to take the fight to the town of Ashdown, home of Christopher Robin, leaving a bloody trail of death and mayhem in their wake. Winnie and his savage friends will show everyone that they are deadlier, stronger, and smarter than anyone could ever imagine and get their revenge on Christopher Robin, once and for all.”

The cast for Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 includes Tallulah EvansScott Chambers (Doctor Jekyll) as Christopher Robin, Ryan Oliva (Seasoning House) as Winnie-the-Pooh, and Peter DeSouza-Feighoney (The Pope’s Exorcist) as Young Pooh.

Matt Leslie (Summer of 84) wrote the screenplay for the slasher sequel.

We’ve also been told that the upcoming sequel will crack Jagged Edge’s public domain horror universe wide open, teasing upcoming PinocchioBambi and Peter Pan-based horror movies.

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