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,
The Gingerdead Man seeks revenge against Sarah Leigh for causing him to live his life in the body of a gingerbread man. Her only hope is to team up with Larnell who has problems of his own in the form of a magical talking bong named Eebee.
John Patrick Jordan,
Sonny Carl Davis
Straight-laced nerd Alistair moves into a college dorm with hardcore marijuana users Brett, Larnell, and Bachman. Larnell orders an old giant bong that proves to have strange magical powers... See full summary »
John Patrick Jordan,
Stoners Larnell, Brett, and Bachman all suffer from severe delayed side effects from smoking grass from evil bong Ebee. The trio embark on a journey to the jungle in South America along ... See full summary »
An evil alien bong crashes on earth. Its intent: world domination. Our stoner heroes are sent to the alien bong planet and held captive by nude alien beauties. Their only hope to escape and save planet earth: Eebee, the original Evil Bong.
Killjoy is back in the fourth installment of the demonic clown series. This time Killjoy is being accused of not being evil, since he let one of his victims(Sandie) get away. Killjoy must ... See full summary »
En route to a run-down shelter they are set to renovate as community service, a group of juvenile delinquents and the two chaperones accompanying them run into a minor set-back when their ... See full summary »
Wayland Geremy Boyd,
Many of the extras during the roller disco scenes were fans who won the chance to appear onscreen through a contest run by the movie's production company Full Moon Features. See more »
About 20 minutes after the start of the movie, Tux is showing his girlfriend the "Tuxes' Magical Trail Mix." Immediately after, the scene cuts to a group of skaters dancing. When the camera pans up, you can catch a brief glimpse of "The Simpsons" arcade game, with Lisa Simpson's face appearing on the game screen. The movie is set in 1976, but the Simpsons arcade game didn't come out until 1991 and that the actual show didn't come to existence and popularized until 1989. See more »
Escaping capture and traveling through time, the dangerous killer cookie finds himself stranded at a 1970's roller disco about to close and gets up to his old tricks which puts their final dance contest in jeopardy and forces them to battle him off in order to escape the night.
This one was quite easily the funniest and goofiest entry in the series. This starts almost immediately here with the cheesy antics as the film goes for that atmosphere here with the manner of how the creature gets free and the manner of it going through makes for a great goofy start that continues throughout the film. By going for the time-travel route and setting the entire film in the roller- disco it creates an atmosphere of sheer utter cheese with the film getting the opportunity to showcase all the rather over-the-top dancing routines set to blaring disco songs with their garish colors and fun-filled times here with the way this one focuses on these scenes generating all the fantastic cheese it can provide. Beyond this setting, it continues that fun with the backstage drama following up on the queen of the dance and all the backstabbing going on that leaves this one with plenty of melodrama that gives this one the type of atmosphere here with the works these here into the depraved way it spoofs the main film around that time with the similar name, powers and storyline that plays right into the actions of the finale which is so cheesy and so much fun inverting the expectations into being for good rather than destruction as it was in the original. All of this goofy action gives the film the type of set-up here for some great action scenes here with some rather fun and over-the-top killings to go alongside these set-ups, with the first assault on the car-washers who spray themselves with acid instead of water, the nail-gun massacre in the supply closet and the exceptionally gruesome sequence in the bathroom where the last victim gets slashed up in a long, gruesome death. Alongside the great make- up effects displayed whenever the creature-puppet is on- screen, there's a lot of great points here to like over the few minor flaws here. The biggest facet to overcome here is the cheese which might come at the expense of this one on the whole not being enjoyable as there's so much present here that it does hold a big part against this one. Still, while that might be an individual part the one other facet to overcome is the weak CGI which looks quite cheap and distracting which is used for such things as the bloodshed and scenes of the killer in action rather than letting the puppet get centerstage. Otherwise, there's not a lot to dislike here.
Rated R: Graphic Violence, Graphic Language, Nudity, a sex scene and drug use.
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