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Pizza Man vs. the Dude (2004)

When the worlds of high speed pizza delivery and accidentally invoked gypsy elemental beings collide, cheese is extra.




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Credited cast:
Bob Andrews-Bryant ... Flying Pie Manager
Kim Barker ... Coroner #1
Norma Campbell ... Grandma Pennies
Ray Chacko ... CSI #1
Angie Coble-Atkinson ... Angry Babe
Chris DeMarcus ... Thed Ude / The Dude
Andrew Ellis ... Redneck Jim
Dean Eyres ... Wife
... Regular Joe
Amber Knight ... Pizza Girl
Liberty Leeds ... Tawnya Vallone
Mansi Loya ... Dancing Clubster
Jessica Martin ... Mary Kelly
Steven Merrill ... Pizza Man
Jennifer Miller ... Park Wife


Entrepreneur Simon Tyler has purchased a warehouse with intent to turn it into a nightclub. Hiring, "the best and the brightest" in the business, he - along with his personal assistant - are holding an energy party to brainstorm ideas for the club when an obscure gypsy curse is accidentally invoked, summoning the evil elemental force of 'Thed Ude' to wreak havoc on the revelers. In the end, only the unsuspecting Pizza Man can save the day, but only if he can overcome the worst day ever in the life of an over-weight, balding, lonely pizza delivery man. Written by Will Schmeckpeper

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pizza | gypsy | idaho | demonic | See All (4) »


Cheese is extra.







Release Date:

9 March 2004 (USA)  »

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$16,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


The restaurant Flying Pie Pizza in the movie is a real restaurant that garnered national media attention when it delivered a pizza to Walter Shane in Alaska (1992). See more »


References Evil Dead II (1987) See more »

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Campy, funny, a good time!
27 July 2004 | by See all my reviews

Saw the movie at the premiere in Boise. A fun independent film that has everything that an indie horror flick needs... blood, blood, blood, and more blood. I hope these guys keep making films, cause this one was just too much fun!

There is nothing new in this film, it is almost perfectly cliché in structure. It is obvious that the writer worked really hard to make sure that it was perfectly campy, complete with one-liners and side-shot hatchet work. He succeeded brilliantly!

Remindeds me a lot of the earliest Troma films, aren't the early ones always the best!?!?! Can't wait till the DVD goes on sale so I can add it to my collection.

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