Winnie The Pooh goes on killing spree in first 'Blood And Honey' horror movie trailer

Watch: Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey trailer

Winnie The Pooh has become an evil killer hunting a group of teens in the terrifying first trailer for horror movie Blood And Honey.

The children's favourite has been given a horror makeover, which fans have already predicted will give them nightmares.

And the bear in the first teaser is a far cry from AA Milne’s honey-loving character.

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The trailer starts with a much older Christopher Robin wandering through 100 Acre Wood looking for his old pals Pooh and Piglet.

Winnie the Pooh has had a makeover. (Jagged Edge Productions)
Winnie the Pooh has had a makeover. (Jagged Edge Productions)

But things don't look like they used to and a headstone ominously marked 'Eeyore RIP' comes into view.

The tagline explains that the animals were abandoned by Christopher and have gone "wild", before various terrifying scenes unfold showing teens being hunted, Pooh whacking someone with a sledgehammer and a girl covered in blood.

"We used to be friends, why are you doing this?" sobs Christopher as he runs for his life in one scary scene.

A promotional still for Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey. (Jagged Edge Productions)
A promotional still for Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey. (Jagged Edge Productions)

Fans said they can't wait for the slasher flick, which is being directed by Rhys Frake-Waterfield.

One tweeted: "I cannot wait to see this movie! It's going to be bad, but who cares!"

Another said it was an "impressive concept".

"IT LOOKS SO GOOD," said someone else.

90s TV special 'Winnie The Pooh, a Valentine for You' is heading to Disney+ in the UK. (Disney)
The horror version of Winnie looks very different to the old one. (Disney)

However, plenty of people think the whole thing is pretty shocking.

One tweeted: "I have seen everything now. Winnie the Pooh as a slasher villain. I mean don’t get me wrong, I like my horror movies cover but this one is strange, real strange."

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"Uhhh…ummm…I’m really not okay with this," said another.

"I wanna watch the new Winnie The Pooh movie… I also don’t wanna ruin my whole life," joked one.

So far a release date has not been announced.