Despite their wistful adventures together long ago, these days Pooh (Craig David Dowsett) and Piglet (Chris Cordell) are livid that Christopher Robin (Nikolai Leon) grew up and never returned to the Hundred Acre Woods. The two animals are no longer cute and cuddly. They’re serial killers, hunting humans and eating them with a combination of, you guessed it, “Blood and Honey.”
In the film, a group of girls rents a house that happens to be located within the Hundred Acre Woods, and Pooh and Piglet slay every last one of them. When Piglet follows Alice (Amber Doig-Thorne) and Zoe (Danielle Ronald) into the room enclosing the indoor pool, you already know what’s bound to occur. There’s absolutely no way all three characters will exit the pool area completely dry. Piglet will push one of the girls into the water and drown them. That’s how this is going to go, right? Wrong.
Zoe falls into the pool all on her own, but that’s putting it lightly. Zoe doesn’t slip on anything. No one pushes her. She just kind of… flails into the pool, seeming to go out of her way to do so. Perhaps she’s just so startled by Piglet squealing like a hog that she involuntarily flings her body several feet in the direction of the pool. Of course, Piglet jumps in after her and thwacks her head off with his sledgehammer.