It's good vs. evil as the workers of the Gonuts donuts shop unite with the former Detective Hank to take down a muffin-headed demon, Hell-bent on destruction!



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Shepherd ...
Detective Hank Egger
Allison Lynch ...
James Ireland ...
Muffin Man
Baljeet Balagun ...
Brian Cairns ...
Paul Wilson ...
Desmond Bailey
Christopher Charles ...
Detective Carl Hammond
Mark Eyre ...
Morgue Attendant
Helen Wong ...
Hospital Colleague
Wilson Wong ...
Roy the Harassed Customer
Paul Marshall ...
Lloyd the Indecisive Customer
Daniela Reiser ...
Child's Mother
R.A. Patrick ...


Summer is over, the day-olds are a day older, and it's business as usual at the struggling donut shop on Drury Lane. Chad, Jane, and the rest of the staff have no idea that the shop's former proprietor - serial killing baker, Desmond Bailey - is about to return to the scene of his original crimes. Deformed, enraged, and possessed by a malicious demon, Bailey is more dangerous than ever. It's up to Hank, the grizzled detective who ended the baker's first killing spree, to convince the staff of the imminent danger. Will they heed his warnings before it's too late, or suffer a delicious demise at the hands of the menacing murderer with a massive muffin for a head? The heat is on, the timer is set, and a new evil is on the rise! Written by Anders J. Svensson

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He's Evil. And Delicious.


Short | Comedy | Horror



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Release Date:

1 August 2006 (Canada)  »

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CAD 1,500 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Muffin Man Theme Song
Written & Vocals by Hot Mama Fantastic
Music by James Junkin Jr.
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silly... but cute
13 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This short film seemed very much like a student production. However, though clearly amateur in nature, the film had its funny moments. The screenplay, music, acting and production were all quite noticeably put together by a novice filmmaker, but slasher/horror cinema is the best forum to expand ones visual vocabulary. All of these elements held together fairly well to create a coherent little picture. Furthermore, the dark humor of food and gore was great. The film intentionally doesn't try to be serious.

At the same time, I waited for 40 minutes for Frank Zappa's "Muffin Man" to come on, but to no avail. The movie seems like it was "specially prepared" for this film.

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