Construction worker Donald is having a hard time getting anything good to eat since his wife has decided to only cook gourmet foods. That and her constant harping cause him to snap, and he whacks her. Somewhere in the confusion he comes up with a new use for the microwave oven, and begins to eat much better. Soon he's experimenting with different recipes. And different meats.
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A creepy comedy about cadavers and cannibalism!
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Did You Know?
Was released on a full-screen unrated DVD by Anthem Pictures in 2006. The front case art trumpeted the film as "The Worst Horror Movie Of All Time" and "Uncut/Unrated" as selling points. See more
In the opening credits, an actress' name is listed as Marla Simon. In the closing credits, the same actress is credited twice, once as Marla Simon, and again as Marla Simon's. See more
[rejecting a crab sandwich offered by Donald
Sir, no sir! I remember those films in the army. I don't want anything to do with crabs.
A Chez Reel Life Creation (Condemned by Good Housekeeping) Le Chef, Donald: Jackie Vernon L'Aperatif, Knothole girl: Marla Simon In Title Scene: Marla Simon's La Menu (In order of consumption) La Specialite De La Maison, May: Claire Ginsberg L'Hours D'oeuvre, Dee Dee Dee: Lou Ann Webber La Poultry, Chick: Anna Marlowe La Dessert, Susie Grubb, Cindy Gant La Pain, Evelyn: Sarah Alt La Cocktail, Neighbor: Karen Marshall Le Chaser, Sam: Phil DeCarlo Le Wierdo, Salesman: Aaron Koslow Le House Doctor, Dr. Von Der Fool: Ed Thomas Le Shrink, Dr. Gestalp: John Harmon Le Buffet, Mr. Goodbite: Norman Friedman Les Condiments: etc. Les Vibrators: Sticky Digits, Inc. Le Shadow: Only He Knows La Danceur: Allison (Allison?) And Introducing Major Electronic as The Oven. See more
Referenced in Adjust Your Tracking