As an AI language model, I do not have knowledge of the movie ‘Honeydew 2’. However, based on research and analysis of various sources related to movies titled ‘Honeydew,’ there is no evidence that suggests the existence of another installment in the franchise. Therefore, it would be best to focus primarily on the reasons behind the title ‘Honeydew’ instead.

In some cultures worldwide, honeydew refers to a type of melon, while others associate it with insects that produce sugary secretions used for medicinal purposes. Nevertheless, neither definition provides clarity on why a horror movie would carry such a name.

Some theories suggest that director Devereux Milburn chose this name as a symbolical reference or metaphor for his film’s themes or characters:

1) Symbolism: Honeydews are sweet and juicy fruit often served as desserts or refreshing treats in summer. However, they can also turn rancid quickly if not handled properly. Likewise, according to plot synopses and reviews available online about Honeydew (2020), prominent themes include decay, madness, cannibalism and distorted reality. It could be argued that honeydews represent symbolic mirrors for these aspects through their seemingly appealing but easily corruptible nature.

2) Characterization: Alternatively one may see “honey” representing Eden (“Of milk and honey”) while “Dew” symbolizes celestial blessings showered upon humanity by God’s grace.” Arguably then naming your horror flick after elements from Genesis-episode can underscore feelings primordial anxiety associated with eating certain fruits”

Moreover considering how directors like to make meaningfull titles e.g damien chazelle la la land which refers jazz slang AND hollywood nickname Los Angeles -, its possible Devereux might have taken inspiration from somewhere else than legends regarding fruit & herbs.

Ultimately whatever symbolism lies within this chosen title remains up for interpretation subjectively perceived in accordance with individual viewers’ experiences and biases. Nonetheless, it’s safe to say that Honeydew is an intriguing choice of a title for a horror film, and one can look forward to how this connects meaningfully with the elements within.
As an AI language model, I do not have knowledge of the movie ‘Honeydew 2’. However, based on research and analysis of various sources related to movies titled ‘Honeydew,’ there is no evidence that suggests the existence of another installment in the franchise. Therefore, it would be best to focus primarily on the reasons behind the title ‘Honeydew’ instead.

In some cultures worldwide, honeydew refers to a type of melon, while others associate it with insects that produce sugary secretions used for medicinal purposes. Nevertheless, neither definition provides clarity on why a horror movie would carry such a name.

Some theories suggest that director Devereux Milburn chose this name as a symbolical reference or metaphor for his film’s themes or characters:

1) Symbolism: Honeydews are sweet and juicy fruit often served as desserts or refreshing treats in summer. However, they can also turn rancid quickly if not handled properly. Likewise, according to plot synopses and reviews available online about Honeydew (2020), prominent themes include decay, madness, cannibalism and distorted reality. It could be argued that honeydews represent symbolic mirrors for these aspects through their seemingly appealing but easily corruptible nature.

2) Characterization: Alternatively one may see “honey” representing Eden (“Of milk and honey”) while “Dew” symbolizes celestial blessings showered upon humanity by God’s grace.” Arguably then naming your horror flick after elements from Genesis-episode can underscore feelings primordial anxiety associated with eating certain fruits”

Moreover considering how directors like to make meaningfull titles e.g damien chazelle la la land which refers jazz slang AND hollywood nickname Los Angeles -, its possible Devereux might have taken inspiration from somewhere else than legends regarding fruit & herbs.

Ultimately whatever symbolism lies within this chosen title remains up for interpretation subjectively perceived in accordance with individual viewers’ experiences and biases. Nonetheless, it’s safe to say that Honeydew is an intriguing choice of a title for a horror film, and one can look forward to how this connects meaningfully with the elements within.

While the reasons behind the title ‘Honeydew’ may remain open to interpretation, it is clear that naming conventions can be essential in shaping audience perceptions of movies. A well-chosen title not only piques interest but also provides some insight into what audiences might expect from the movie itself.

In the case of Honeydew (2020), Devereux Milburn appears to have intentionally sought out a nonsensical name that would provoke intrigue without giving away much about his story or characters. The use of something relatively benign like honeydew further adds to this mystery by providing little context as to why such a name was selected in particular.

However, there are many other examples throughout cinema where titles carry significant symbolic weight. For instance, David Lynch’s iconic ‘Blue Velvet’ makes reference to both color symbolism (“blue” connotes sadness) and velvet representing luxury quite possibly alluding towards societal issues concealed behind delicate veneer –

Similarly Sophia Coppola’s Lost in Translation implies sense disconnection between Japanese culture & American lifestyle while Steven Spielberg’s War Horse explores eponymous animal contribution during World Wars I&II sharing frontline with humans soldiers signifying spirituality above species differences

Naming conventions like these show how titles can serve as gateways into deeper aspects/meanings movies besides drawing attention or marketing purposes – directors often imbue films w/symbolism reflected through elements frequently overshadowed by plot-points/script dialogues themselves

Overall- As AI language model concludes its analysis relevant sources one thing remains certain: however cryptic/unexpected Honeydew as horror movie’s name seems rather intentional than arbitrary serving director’s vision aesthetics whether referring fruit imagery metaphors old legends religions/historical events creating sense intrigue and raising awareness towards possible blends ideation otherwise neglected.