Watch: The Gingerdead Man 2005 123movies, Full Movie Online – 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..
Plot: An evil yet adorable Gingerbread man comes to life with the soul of a convicted killer, and this real life cookie monster wreaks havoc on the girl who sent the killer to the electric chair.
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Undercooked In Every Way!
I have been a huge fan of Charles Band and his entire body work as both a producer and director for many years now. If I were to delve into specifics, my first experience of a Charles Band production was the ‘Gremlins’in disguise movie that Luca Bercovici directed ‘Ghoulies’ of course it was until I later watched ‘Trancers’ that I truly became a devotee of the great man’s output.
However that said, it comes as a grave disappointment to have to say, that with the fall of Empire pictures, and the lack of consistency with Full Moon Pictures, and all the other divisions within the same outfit, this latest movie, arrives as something of a major disappointment.
I’ll be honest, I have watched every movie good or bad, that has carried Charles Band’s name on it. Whether it was a Tim Kincaid movie or even a David Decoteau movie in disguise.
It must be said though that the fan’s patience is really wearing a bit thin, when it comes to this latest exercise in pint sized terror.
A novel idea though this is, is seems slightly undercooked in every way. I can always remember vividly, that to cut down on film costs, when Empire Pictures had they’re studio in Rome, they used to film the movies using one set, such gems like ‘Dolls’ ‘From Beyond’ why even the mighty ‘Celler Dweller’ was a one set wonder.
The same applies to this movie, yes it’s set in a bakery, the movie itself takes place during a nigh-time shift.
As the movie begins we witness the actions of Gary Busey crazed psycho going gun happy in a local Texan diner, then we flash forward to just another day down amongst the cream buns.
I have to say, although the lack of budget was a major factor, the lack of any real acting talent and any real gusto to the script made me pay attention.
I can only imagine, that whatever funds Charles Band raised for this movie, a small some went towards the special effects and the vast majority went straight into Gary Busey back pocket.
I found it stranger that the writing partnership of William Butler and Domonic Muir should write this script using aliases, that being said, so too did Don Mancini when he also penned ‘Celler Dweller’ but looked which way Mancini’s career went and by the looks of it the same can be said of Butler and Muir.
The ending of this movie suggests a sequel, although I’m sure we will see the ‘Gingerdead Man’ doll long before we see such a dreaded beast as a follow up to this miserable exercise.
My two stars are awarded basically for the presence of Band’s name and that of Busey’s
This one is bad… and not in the good sense
I went into this expecting something similar to Jack Frost, the killer snowman movie. While Jack Frost was obviously a low-budget slasher flick, it was very funny. The humor was the point. In this flick, I’m quite confused as to what the point is. The story is terrible, and major plot points are plodded through just because something had to be explained.
The Gingerdead Man character lacks any humor, and the few attempts come up short. In addition, almost the entire movie takes place inside a small bakery. How much hiding, running, and action can play out here without anyone getting away? This movie had lots of potential. The premise was great, but it needed more development and better writing.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 10 min (70 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Director Charles Band
Writer William Butler, Domonic Muir
Actors Gary Busey, Robin Sydney, Ryan Locke
Country United States
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby SR
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
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Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A