New Peter Pan and Winnie the Pooh horror movies announced
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New Peter Pan and Winnie the Pooh horror movies announced

New horror movies based on popular properties Winnie the Pooh and Peter Pan are in the works, according to a recent report from Variety.

What are the new Winnie the Pooh and Peter Pan horror movies?

German distributor Dolphin Medien will team up with British horror production house Red Shadow Studios to produce a handful of horror films based on the properties. The first, Winnie the Pooh: Death House, is described as “The Strangers meet The Purge”, and will be a stylized serial killer version of the classic character. This film will be written by Adam Stephen Kelly of Red Shadow and will be directed by SJ Evans.

According to Variety, Winnie the Pooh: Death House will follow an “unexpected school reunion at a remote country mansion — an event orchestrated by cult members who were ruthlessly tormented by guests as children. Now, years later, they’re out for revenge. Filming for the project is already underway.

“The script is extremely smart with scope for iconic visuals, and we’ve assembled a terrific young cast loaded with star potential. I am very happy to share this dark and disturbing horror with the world,” director SJ Evans said in a statement about the film.

The horror film based on Peter Pan is titled Peter Pan Goes to Hell and is said to be a slasher film in the vein of Psycho and Nightmares in a Damaged Brain. The screenplay for the film is also written by Adam Stephen Kelly, and will be directed by Phil Claydon (Lesbian Vampire Killers). In a statement about the project, Claydon expressed excitement about the opportunity to join the project and “scare the grassroots.”

“I grew up on a healthy diet of low-budget horror from masters like Sam Raimi, Wes Craven and Peter Jackson,” Claydon said. “In recent times, the opportunities to create high-level concept horror on a low budget have been gone, so I relished the opportunity to dive on board with Red Shadow Studios to create an environment for filmmakers to come and create basic scares Let the chaos begin.

The films are the latest in a long line of horror films taking on classic properties. This business has taken off since copyright protection on iconic characters ran out. Since its re-entry into the public domain, there have been a handful of Winnie the Pooh creations, including the horror film Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey.

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