An evil yet adorable Gingerbread man comes to life with the soul of a convicted killer - this real life cookie monster wreaks havoc on the girl who sent the killer to the electric chair.
Evil Never Tasted So Good.
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Did You Know?
Production on the film actually dates back to 2001 when William Butler wrote a script for the film. Much of Butler's original script ended up re-written and even the original design was changed. There was even an action figure based on the original design and a teaser trailer that was made during pre-production, with a summer 2001 date attached as well. See more
The protagonists in the bakery are unable to contact the police about the ginger-dead man murdering people because the land-line has been cut and Lorna's cellphone battery is dead. But they are not trapped in the bakery, multiple times characters walk in and out of the front door as cars drive by them in the street. Although it was late at night, they could have still flagged down a car or run to a neighbor and had them call the police. See more
[talking on her cell phone
Daddy, you have got to come and get me, I'm at Betty's Bakery and we got homicidal baked goods after us.
Referenced in Movie Nights: Subspecies
I Can't Help This
Written and Performed by Charles Band
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