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MICKEY MOUSE VS WINNIE is a new horror film in development thanks to the public domain

Another one of those public domain horror movies about Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh is in the works. It is entitled Mickey Mouse vs. Winnieand was developed by Untouchables Entertainment and the iHorror website.

Glen Douglas Packard (Pitchfork) will direct the film from a script he wrote, and it will simply be another one of those cheap money grabs. This is also riding the tail of the Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey franchising.

The film follows “two convicts in the 1920s who escape into a cursed forest only to be dragged and consumed deep in the muddy heart of the dark forest.

“A century later, a group of friends in search of strong emotions unknowingly venture into the same woods. Their Airbnb escape takes a terrifying turn when the inmates transform into twisted versions of childhood icons Mickey Mouse and Winnie-The-Pooh, and emerge to terrorize them.

“A night of violence and blood erupts as the group of friends battle their beloved childhood characters, now monstrous, and struggle to free themselves from the forest’s grip.

“In a horrifying spectacle, Mickey and Winnie clash, painting the woods in a gruesome picture of blood, a chilling testament to the insidious power of the curse.”

Packard said in a statement: “Horror fans demand the thrill of seeing icons like the new Aliens and Avengers share the screen. While licensing nightmares make such crossovers rare, Mickey vs. Winnie is our tribute to that thrilling fantasy.”

Producer Antonio Pernicka from iHorror Previews: “We are thrilled to unveil this unique release to horror fans. The Mickey Mouse featured in our film is unlike any other iteration audiences have ever encountered before.

He added: “Our play does not involve characters wearing simple masks. Instead, we present deeply transformed live-action horror interpretations of these iconic figures, weaving together elements of innocence and malevolence. After experiencing the intense scenes we created, you’ll never look at Mickey Mouse the same way again.”

I can’t help but roll my eyes at this ridiculousness.

Source: deadline

by Joey Paur
Source: Geek Tyrant

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