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Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008)

  • Rate: 4.4/10 total 406 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Horror
  • Release Date: 4 July 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:82 min
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Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008)


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  • IMDb page: Gingerdead Man 2: Passion of the Crust (2008)
  • Rate: 4.4/10 total 406 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy | Horror
  • Release Date: 4 July 2008 (USA)
  • Runtime: USA:82 min
  • Filming Location: Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Director: Silvia St. Croix
  • Stars: Michelle Bauer, Pieter Christian Colson and Michael Deak
  • Soundtrack: Run, Run, Run
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Murder | Boy | Gingerdead | Spoof Title | Gore

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Muffy Bolding  writer
  • William Butler  story and screenplay
  • William Butler  writer
  • Aaron Strongoni  writer

Known Trivia

    Goofs: Continuity: After Sir Ian throws a cup of coffee in Kelvin's face, Kel's shirt is dripping wet with coffee. In the immediately following scene, he is wearing the same shirt but it is as dry and clean as it had been previously.

    Plot: The horrifying yet delicious and chewy Gingerdead Man causes murder and mayhem on the set of a horrible low budget movie set… See more » |  »

    Story: 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 to save both his company and well as the lives of his young new friends. Including a terminally ill young boy whose final wish it was to meet the studios stars – The Tiny Terrors.Written by Ethel May Potter  

    FullCast & Crew

    Produced By:

    • Ian Bailey known as co-executive producer
    • Charles Band known as executive producer
    • Charles Band known as producer
    • Jay Bickel known as executive producer
    • Nick Blaskowski known as executive producer
    • Chris Bravener known as co-producer
    • William Butler known as co-producer
    • Eddie Coulter known as co-executive producer
    • Jasmyne Skye Davis known as executive producer
    • Patrick Desmond known as executive producer
    • Tommy Forest known as executive producer
    • Toni Renae Garrision known as executive producer
    • Andy Godwin known as executive producer
    • John Anthony Hackert known as executive producer
    • Gary Harmon known as executive producer
    • Ken Harrelson known as co-executive producer
    • Dana K. Harrloe known as executive producer
    • Daniel Lee Herman known as executive producer
    • Darrell Ray Herman known as executive producer
    • Eric Wayne Herman known as executive producer
    • Jason Bryce Herman known as executive producer
    • Raymond Honeycutt known as executive producer
    • Tiffany Hopkins known as honorary producer (as Tiffany Warren Yarbrough)
    • Josh Holden Hume known as associate producer
    • Clint Kimrey known as executive producer
    • Scott Krycia known as co-executive producer
    • W. Stephen Linker II known as executive producer
    • Jamal McCants known as executive producer
    • Gregg Mester known as executive producer
    • Matthew Moskovitz known as executive producer
    • Trevor Murray known as co-executive producer
    • Jay North known as executive producer
    • Eric Nowak known as executive producer
    • Devon Oman known as executive producer
    • James R. Rosenthal known as line producer
    • James R. Rosenthal known as producer
    • Christopher Rudnick known as co-executive producer
    • Scott Ruud known as executive producer
    • Bobby Sauceda known as executive producer
    • Thomas Smead known as executive producer
    • Gregory Paul Smith known as associate producer
    • Timmy Spade known as executive producer
    • Garin Sparks known as executive producer
    • Aaron Strongoni known as co-producer
    • Sean Tiedeman known as co-executive producer
    • John Vulich known as co-producer
    • Nathan Wheeler known as executive producer
    • Michael Woodard known as co-executive producer

    FullCast & Crew:

    • Michelle Bauer known as Polly Bunderhoof
    • Pieter Christian Colson known as Assistant Director #2
    • Michael Deak known as Makeup Effects Guy #2
    • Bruce Dent known as Ricki Johnson
    • Travis Dixon known as Lieutenant Grant
    • Junie Hoang known as Ensign del Rio
    • K-von known as Kelvin
    • Frank Nicotero known as Marty
    • Gregory Nicotero known as Makeup Effects Guy #3
    • Joseph Porter known as Tommy Hines
    • Kelsey Sanders known as Heather
    • Viorel Sergovici known as Cameraman
    • David Sivits known as Muscle-Boy
    • Jon Southwell known as Jake Jackson
    • John Vulich known as Gingerdead Man / Makeup Effects Guy #4
    • Bryce Wagoner known as Tim Nestle
    • Zack Wagoner known as Effects Guy
    • John Carl Buechler known as Orson Biggs
    • Emily Button known as Wendy
    • Sam Cain known as PA
    • Esmeralda De Pal known as Shannon
    • David DeCoteau known as Himself
    • Ricardo Gil known as Little person
    • Adam Green known as Toothless McHomeless
    • Nick Green known as Hungry Grip
    • Nic Haas known as Commander Mcslag
    • Kenneth J. Hall known as Lord Astroth
    • Nicholas Leiting known as Killer Robot
    • Johnnie Oberg Jr. known as Butch O'Malley
    • Nicole Schilperoort known as Nubile Young Virgin
    • Vivien Voss known as Zira
    • Jacob Witkin known as Sir Ian Cauvenaugh
    • Parker Young known as Cornelius



    Supporting Department

    Makeup Department:
    • John Carl Buechler known as special makeup effects artist
    • Natalia Senina known as key makeup artist

    Art Department:

    • Nicholas Leiting known as art department




    Production Companies:

    • Transition Entertainment
    • Wizard Entertainment


    • Echo Bridge Home Entertainment (2010) (USA) (DVD)
    • Elephant Films (2009) (France) (all media)
    • Full Moon Entertainment (2007) (USA) (all media)



    Other Stuff

    Release Date:
    • USA 4 July 2008
    • France July 2009



    Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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    1. movieman_kev from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 11:08 pm

      If you haven't seen the first Gingerdead Man film (trust me you didn'tmiss much), you needn't worry the entire thing is recapped in the firstfew minutes or so of this one. Nope Gary Busey isn't in this one, buthe isn't missed much as the Gingerbread man is pretty much a backgroundcharacter in this movie, most of the story is on the satire of thehappenings of a Full Moon-esquire studio. Filled with in-jokes andb-movie mainstays both in front and beyond the camera sendingthemselves up, this film was indeed a cut above the previous one and mypreferred film starring the Gingerbread Man of the three that he's beenin (he made a cameo in "Evil Bong" as well)

      My Grade: C+

      DVD Extras: A promo for Full Moon website; Trailer for this movie; andtrailers for "Dangerous worry dolls", "Evil Bong", & "Decadent Evil 2"

    2. Prolox from Canada
      30 Mar 2012, 11:08 pm

      The Gingerdead Man is back, this time terrorizing a bad B movie studiowith bad B movie film-makers making a horrible killer doll flick, thistime he attempts to transfer his soul into a human body in order tocontinue his reign of terror unless the Producer & a helper from adying persons wish foundation can stop him. GINGERDEAD MAN 2, is ahilarious sequel to the original but not to great, GINGERDEAD MANdirected by FULL MOON'S owner CHARLES BAND. This time, unlike the firstfilm, Band & company aren't taking themselves seriously & have managedto create a pretty fun B movie that pokes fun at not only Fullmoon'sown company, but aged B movie actresses from yesteryear & so much more!The film opens with a lengthy monologue (done in hilarious storybookstyle borders) of the events of the first movie before jumping onto aset where film-makers running out of both cash & their own sanity arefilming a killer doll flick. CHARLES BAND & company know (or at leastdo now) how silly the whole killer Gingerdead Man concept was & attemptto have some real fun with it here. Band pokes fun at his own companywith the filmmakers making a a ninth instalment to a killer doll movie(spoofing his PUPPETMASTER & DOLLS films etc.) & his companies ways ofmaking several movies (i.e. putting small pockets of money into severaldifferent films at once instead of making one movie with decent effectsactors & production qualities etc.) & even several FX artists turn upin hilarious cameo's like JOHN BUECHLER & GREG NICOTERO, with DavidDecoteau being one of the highlights spoofing himself & the making ofhis own movies & trademarks, like having lots of fake fog & muscularyoung men walking around with no shirts or pants on. The film also ripsof the plot of CHILD'S PLAY (The whole soul transfer deal) & rips ofthe soundtrack of both Band's own GHOULIES & Friday the 13th Part 5: ANew Beginning! The ending spoofs The Passion Of The Christ (Hence thespoof subtitle on the DVD box THE PASSION OF THE CRUST) Best of all,the film-makers also take jabs at internet movie review sites & fan'swho write reviews for certain B movies saying how certain movies arethe worst films they have ever seen & so on & so forth & dumb,pointless petitions to stop companies & directors from ever makingmoves again etc. Unfortunately the same problems available in theoriginal are again pretty dominate here, bad acting & dialogue, nosuspense or scares etc. The directing fares somewhat better than lasttime though, but unfortunately the GINGERDEAD MAN is very little seenhere & certain scenes seem to drag on. Still this is recommended tofans of the first. Followed by GINGERDEAD MAN 3: Saturday NIGHT CLEVER

      *** stars

    3. VinnieRattolle from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 11:08 pm

      Rarely does a sequel come along that's better than its predecessor (butcome on, we're talking about a movie where the villain is Gary Buseyridiculously scaled down to a cookie puppet!). Although it's, sadly,Busey-less, Gingerdead Man 2 delivers the goods. This time around, theGingerdead Man is set loose in a bad b-movie studio.

      After a very "Pushing Daisies"-like prologue, viewers are treated toone non-stop spoof of practically everything Full Moon Features hasever done, with a bumbling lead who's obviously modeled after CharlesBand (who, if I'm not mistaken, came up with the story). There's somehilariously off-kilter evil puppets, inside jokes, cameos, spoofs andmovie references galore, lots of tasteless depravity and gore… Ithink about the only thing that's missing that one usually finds in aFull Moon movie is the gratuitous T&A (and the movie still workswithout it). For fans of the offbeat studio, it doesn't get much betterthan this.

    4. Len9876 from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 11:08 pm

      While watching this flick, I laughed so hard that my false teeth shotout of my mouth (in the balcony), down to the mezzanine!

      The acting, director, and writing is audacious and irreverently funny.The film reminded me of a bunch of other films, and the memories madethe whole movie even more hilarious, including the sequel title"…Passion of the Crust". I couldn't help but think that the wholestory was about resurrecting MGM and its golden age through the visionof (would you believe?) Louis B. Mayer's 'son' (I don't believe thatLouis B. Mayer had a son). And, his 'son' reminded me of an Alan Ladd,Jr. trying to bring MGM back to life, complete with 'little munchkin'puppets. This flick is a campy romp–and, on this kind of 'yellow brickroad' even Dorothy can come back to life.

      The casting is brilliant, and I hope that the audience sees more of thecast-members, who deliver their funniest performances. I would beremiss if I didn't give a special mention of Bruce Dent (for hisportrayal of Ricki Johnson), and Joseph Porter (for his portrayal ofTommy Hines).

      I usually hate sequels, as well as remakes, but not this sequel. Iabsolutely love it! I shall have to bake another batch of cookies. Ifirst started baking them with my dear, departed grandma-ma. I rankthis flick a 10 out of 10.

    5. James Bourke ( from United Kingdom
      30 Mar 2012, 11:08 pm

      Ever since this title was announced way back, I had been waitingpatiently for a chance to watch it, granted the first one was one bigpile of drivel, I had always maintained a certain level of hope for animprovement with the follow up.

      Sadly to say, and not for the first time, 'Gingerdead Man 2' – ThePassion Of The Crust, although at it's festering heart contained aserious good idea, I found my patience beginning to wear very thin as Iwas treated to a ten minute recap from the original.

      Having spent the vast majority of my teenage years viewing every moviethat Charles Band had produced, jumping on board with Empire Pictures,and then holding on for dear life with Full Moon Pictures, I havepretty much witnessed the good, the bad and the downright ugly! Nomatter how bad the proceedings, I will always give over my time for amovie produced by the man himself, but dear oh dear, the last couple ofoutings have left a lot to be desired, 'Doll Graveyard', 'DangerousWorry Dolls'.

      Now the notion of a movie within a movie has always been an intriguingidea, one such movie that comes to mind was Fred Olen Ray's 'Bad GirlsFrom Mars' starring Edy Williams.

      Granted that film was any great shakes, the only thing that kept itafloat was the odd flash of nudity to keep the movie trucking along!with 'Gingerdead Man 2' it was good to see such legends from the lowbudget film world strut their stuff in front of the camera, make-upmaestro John Carl Buechler showed his acting chops as the beleaguereddirector Orson Biggs! It was also pretty cool to see scream queen iconMichelle Bauer steal some screen time as one time scream starlet PollyBunderhoof, even twenty something years on, Miss Bauer still lookspretty stunning! At the film's core, was the idea that this low budgetfilm company, Cheatum Studios, you have to love that name have beenstruggling for some time to make any sort of entertaining movie, and ofcourse through William Butler's screen story, this idea in itself is athinly veiled mickey take on the financial ups and downs of CharlesBand himself.

      I guess therein lay the problem for myself, I wanted to enjoy themovie, but it just kept on dragging on and on, getting involved with amyriad of ideas that mainly led the movie nowhere, such is the casewith the Full Moon ideas being produced.

      A quirky movie at best, and although I know Part Three will fastapproach at some point, depending on the budget of course, I really dowish Charles Band would think outside the box and give the Full Moonfans something decent to watch.

      My rating is 1 because the Cookie Has Crumbled!

    6. MoSaturn from United States
      30 Mar 2012, 11:08 pm

      I saw this movie at the premiere. Get some friends together and go fora fun roller-coaster ride with this flik.

      The writing is very good. The director did a nice job with casting.There are some fresh faces in this and some stale faces (the GingerdeadMan)

      It was actually a nice balance between humor, horror, thrills, andsurprises.

      This could easily become a cult classic and there were so many laughsour groups face hurt and their stomachs got a workout!

      Keep em coming.

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