The horrifying yet delicious and chewy Gingerdead Man causes murder and mayhem on the set of a horrible low budget movie set. It will take the determination of the studio's young new owner ... See full summary »
Silvia St. Croix
Pieter Christian Colson,
A reporter investigating the bizarre death of a woman who leaped from a building in flames finds herself mixed up in a cult of witches who are making her part of their sacrificial ceremony during the Christmas season.
Serial killer is genetically mutated in car wreck on the way to his execution. After which, he becomes a murdering snowman hell-bent on revenge for the sheriff who caught him. Written by
According to actor Scott MacDonald, the tempature during filming sometimes reached seventy degrees causing director Michael Cooney and producer Jeremy Paige to get fake snow for the grounds. See more »
Throughout the whole movie there's wind whistling, but there is never a visual indication of wind whatsoever. See more »
[after reforming himself in a distorted way]
Look, Ma! I'm a Picasso!
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Special Thanks to Act Of Nature: Flash Flood, No Snow, High Winds See more »
Well what can I say, there are B-Grade Movies and there are B-Grade Movies and this definitely falls into the latter. However since it's obvious that even the makers of the film know that it's not a credible movie (take a look at the closing credits) it can be forgiven.
The plot is basically a convicted psycho killer is killed. He accidentally has his genetic material mixed up with some experimental acid that get combined and then lost in the snow. The killer now takes on the form of a snowman - if you can believe that. The snowman, Jack Frost, is after the country town Sherif who put him behind bars. In doing so, Jack Frost ends up killing half the town.
This movie lacks any real scares and the effects alone remind me of the B-Grade movies of the 50's. This alone makes it worth watching for a laugh. A movie to pass the time away.
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