The Gingerdead Man

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Overview

A deranged psychopath returns from the grave in the form of a delicious but deadly treat in B-movie specialist Charles Band's bloody tale of baked goods gone bad. When psychotic killer Millard Findlemeyer (Gary Busey) entered a small-town diner and rained a shower of lead upon the Leigh family, the only family member to survive the horrifying ordeal was devoted daughter Sara Leigh (Robin Sydney). It was Sara's heartfelt testimony that sent Findlemeyer to fry in the electric chair, and also caused the killer's ...
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Overview

A deranged psychopath returns from the grave in the form of a delicious but deadly treat in B-movie specialist Charles Band's bloody tale of baked goods gone bad. When psychotic killer Millard Findlemeyer (Gary Busey) entered a small-town diner and rained a shower of lead upon the Leigh family, the only family member to survive the horrifying ordeal was devoted daughter Sara Leigh (Robin Sydney). It was Sara's heartfelt testimony that sent Findlemeyer to fry in the electric chair, and also caused the killer's vengeful mother to cook up a diabolical plot for the ultimate revenge. After placing an ancient curse on her son's ashes, Mrs. Findlemeyer mixes the remains into a secret gingerbread cookie recipe and has the malicious mix sent to Sara Leigh's bakery. When bakery employee Brick Fields (Jonathon Chase) cuts himself while preparing the cookies and a drop of his blood spills into the mix, a twelve-inch tall terror emerges from the oven determined to finish the job that he failed to complete the first time around.
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Special Features

Behind the scenes featurette; Bloopers; Full Moon Playthings announces new action figures; Trailers; Website; Fan club information; Message from Charles Band
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/8/2005
  • UPC: 852733001119
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Wizard Entertainment
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:11:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 37,656

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gary Busey Millard Findlemeyer
Margaret Blye
Larry Cedar
Technical Credits
Charles Band Director, Producer
August White Screenwriter
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Gingerdead Man
1. The Diner [3:48]
2. Opening Credits [2:59]
3. Special Delivery [6:43]
4. Them Bastards [4:29]
5. Off the Mat [2:44]
6. Cookie Maker [3:40]
7. It's Alive [5:58]
8. Lady Finger [4:43]
9. Girl Talk [4:32]
10. Daddy Dies [2:28]
11. Tasty Julia [3:09]
12. Kissy Face [2:41]
13. Lorna Dies [2:48]
14. Gunfight Finale [4:23]
15. Butcher Baker [2:56]
16. Momma Says [1:36]
17. Bake Sale [:49]
18. End Credits [9:44]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- The Gingerdead Man
   Play
   Chapters
   Trailers
      Doll Graveyard
      The Gingerdead Man
      Cinemaker.net
      Monsters Gone Wild!
      When Puppets & Dolls Attack!
      Decadent Evil
      Petrified
   Extras
      Gingerdead Man: Behind the Scenes
      Blooper Reel
      A Message From Full Moon Features
      Website
      Credits
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nominated for movie of the year!

    What can be said about Gary Busey that hasn't been said before? His performance is almost as high as his blood alcohol level. The most spellbinding part of the film was the touching yet horrific masstication of the Ginderdead when the twist at the end occurred when the eating of the terrible terrifying Gingerdead Man took place and he became him! Who (didn't) see that coming?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A thoughtful and informative horror flick...

    Often toted as the "thinking-man's horror film," 'Gingerdead Man' delivers in more than one way. Poignant drama, edge-of-your-seat suspense, and Oscar-worthy performances make this film well worth the money. Gary Busey is especially powerful as the titular character. A must-see!

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