Trash-Gemetzel is now showing in cinemas and is getting underground bad reviews

Trash Gemetzel is now showing in cinemas and is getting underground

Winnie the Pooh (also Pooh the Bear) has been a beloved fictional character for children for almost 100 years. What would she look like as a bloodthirsty horror version that prefers to eat human bodies instead of honey? The premise of the new movie Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey may sound interesting. In the criticism, however, the shocker falls through completely.

Horror cracker Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is panned by critics

A look at Rotten Tomatoes shows how low the average opinion of horror films is, at 3 percent. The consensus is limited to the two words “oh crapOh Bother“, a nod to one of Pu’s favorite sayings), some reviews describe the film as “unable“(via Empire),”a nightmare” (via Collider) and criticize both a lack of horror and humor (via Variety).

The reaction is violent, but not entirely surprising. Even the horror fans’ first trailer was hated by fans of the template. The viewer rating on Rotten Tomatoes is 50 percent better than the critics’ counterpart, but only a few will be convinced of the quality of the film.

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey has been in German cinemas since May 11, 2023. Viewers may decide for themselves whether the denigration of a cute Disney bear is absurd. In any case, no parody can survive on the quality of the original alone.

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