The Mean One: Unofficial Grinch Horror Movie will be released in theaters next month

No beloved childhood character is safe. If you transform Win Pooh into a slasher villain wasn’t enough for you, then you should prepare yourself The ringa “violent slasher parody” inspired by Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The unofficial take on the Christmas classic will actually be released in theaters as Atlas Film Distribution announced today, when the Grinch horror movie would hit theaters in the United States December 9.

It has been previously reported The ring would be released online for free, which was understandable given its unofficial status, but it looks like they’re embracing the parodic aspect of the production. Directed by Steven LaMorte with screenplay by Flip and Finn Kobler, The ring stars David Howard Thornton (Terrify 2) as “a hairy, green-skinned grump in a pixie suit who lives on a mountain high above the town of Newville and despises the holiday season. Young Cindy You-Know-Who (Krystle Martin), whose parents were slaughtered by The Mean One twenty Christmases earlier, returns to town to seek closure… but when the meanie launches a new reign of terror that threatens to destroy Christmas, Cindy finds a brave new purpose – to capture and kill the monster.” The Grinch horror film also stars Chase Mullins, John Bigham, Erik Baker, Flip Kobler and Amy Schumacher. Check out the official poster for The ring below.

The Mean One, poster

As for the horror movie Winnie the Pooh, Blood and honey will follow Pooh and Piglet as they go berserk after being abandoned. “Christopher Robin is pulled away from them and he is not [given] their food, it has made Pooh and Piglet’s life quite difficult,Director Rhys Frake-Waterfield said. “Because they’ve had to fend for themselves so much, they’ve essentially gone wild. So they have gone back to their animal roots. They are no longer tame: they are like an evil bear and pig that will go around trying to find prey.Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey will hit theaters next year, and the director is also working on a sequel as well as a “twisted horror take“he Peter Pan.

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