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Night of the Living Bread (1990)

Unrated | | Short, Comedy, Horror

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An explosion at a bakery causes bread to come to murderous life and attack people. A handful of desperate folks seek refuge in a secluded farmhouse. Will any of them survive the night of the living bread?

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Complete credited cast:
Vince Ware ...
Ben
Katie Harris ...
Robert J. Saunders ...
Tom
Gina Saunders ...
Kevin S. O'Brien ...
Jeff Drexel (as Wolfgang S. Saunders)
Stephen R. Newell ...
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Steve Herminghausen ...
Michael R. Saunders ...
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An explosion at a bakery causes bread to come to murderous life and attack people. A handful of desperate folks seek refuge in a secluded farmhouse. Will any of them survive the night of the living bread?

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Short | Comedy | Horror

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Zombie 11: Killing Bread  »

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The end credits include the message "Do not colorize", in reference to the colorization of the original Night. See more »

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Spoofs Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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Short feature parody is stiff and dull, and not too funny.
9 October 2002 | by (Lancaster, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

"Night Of The Living Bread" is a short feature that parodies "Night Of The Living Dead." The plot of this parody concerns slices of bread coming to life, and killing people. There are a few clever moments in this film (showing the slices of bread advancing on the farmhouse, which parodies the ghouls advancing on the farmhouse in "Night Of The Living Dead"), but not enough to let this film continue as entertaining. The opening scene in the cemetery, and other scenes are somewhat stiff and dull. In its short running time it does copy key scenes from "Night Of The Living Dead," but "Night Of The Living Bread" isn't too funny.


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