Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver

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Gingerdead Man 3:
Saturday Night Cleaver
Gingerdead Man 3 Saturday Night Cleaver.jpg
Teaser Poster
Directed by William Butler
Produced by Charles Band
Written by William Butler
Muffy Bolding
Starring William Butler
Jackie Beat
Paris Wagner
Steve-Michael McLure
Kimberly Pfeffer
Justin Schwan
Jacqui Holland
Jonny J.
Selene Luna
Laura Kachergus
Jean Louise O'Sullivan
Travis Walck
Elizabeth Bell
Junie Hoang
Jonona Amor
Stephanie Phrommany
Tiffany Danielle
Brendan Lamb
Zachery Haas
Alexis Marie Colcord
Muffy Bolding
Cinematography Terrance Ryker
Edited by Henry Gordon Jago
Distributed by Full Moon Features
Release date
  • September 13, 2011 (2011-09-13)
Running time
69 min.
Country United States
Language English

Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver is a 2011 American sci-fi horror comedy film by Full Moon Features and is the third installment in The Gingerdead Man series. It was released on September 13, 2011, after many filming delays by director Charles Band. It was originally called Gingerdead Man 3: Roller Boogieman!

Plot[edit]

At the Scientific Research Institute for the study of Homicidal Baked Goods, The Gingerdead Man is visited by a woman from the FBI (Laura Kachergus), who is revealed to be the sister of Toothless McHomeless of the second one, who was driven to suicide by the previous Gingerdead cookie. As she's about to take her revenge on this "half baked piece of shit", a group of activists for animal rights break into the institute, overpower her, and release the Gingerdead Man and the rest of the baked inmates. The killer cookie comes across the "Time Travel Studies" room, shoots the two scientists, and is sent back through time as security tries to kill him.

He is sent back to a Roller Disco Beauty Pageant in 1976, and can not get the remote to work to get him out. He then goes on a massive killing spree, killing three car washing bimbos (Jonona Amor, Elizabeth Bell, Junie Hoang) by hooking up the hose with hydrochloric acid, melting all three of them. He heads back inside, and when he tries to get one of the employees, Ingrid Harshman (Muffy Bolding) to suck his through a glory hole, spoofing shower room scene, with Beulah Balbricker, from the 1982 Canadian film, Porky's, she rips it off and eats it. He continues on and discovers the Club's ugly janitor having a threesome with two drugged teens (Jacqui Holland, Jonny J.) and kills them by piercing them with a nail gun. He then kills one of the Clerks (Travis Walck) with a meat cleaver, and mixes up the DJ (Selene Luna)'s cocaine with cleaning product. Meanwhile, two kids, Pickles (Zachery Haas) and Tina (Alexis Marie Colcord) discover the remote, manage to get it working, and they are sent traveling through time.

Meanwhile, the club's owner (Jackie Beat) has to close it down due to taxes, and invites her odd niece (Paris Wagner), who possesses the power of telekinesis, to help her pack up her office. While there, she meets one of the clerks (Steve-Michael McLure) and skates with him, and is recognized as one of the best skaters at the club, to the dismay of both the aunt, who because of her skating talent, caused the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the four-year winning champion (Kimberly Pfeffer). When she discovers she'll lose the vote, she has her boyfriend (Justin Schwan) set up a bucket of pig blood to fall on the niece's head during the ceremony, spoofing the 1976 Sissy Spacek film, Carrie. The Gingerdead Man messes up the prank and the bucket falls on her instead. The cookie then kills her and her boyfriend in front of everyone with a meat cleaver, and shoots three people (Tiffany Danielle, Stephanie Phrommany, Jean Louise O'Sullivan) dead. When the cookie shoots the owner in the shoulder, the niece freaks out, locks everyone in the club and electrocutes them all, killing everyone except herself, her aunt, the clerk and Ingrid.

As the cookie's about to finish them off, Pickles and Tina return from time-traveling with the FBI Agent and Security, along with Adolf Hitler, Charles Manson, Jeffrey Dahmer, and Lizzie Borden. All six time travelers overpower the cookie, and shove him into a cookie jar, killing him. Pickles and Tina reveal to the aunt the winning numbers for the lottery, which is enough to keep the club up and running. Pickles and Tina also reveal that because they warned the FBI Agent about the attack on the Institute, the events of the entire film never happened. Everyone who has died comes back to life, and the time travelers go back to their own time period, including the aunt, who goes back in time to prevent herself from causing Pearl Harbor.

Cast[edit]

Starring[edit]

Co-Starring[edit]

  • Jacqui Holland
  • Jonny J.
  • Laura Kachergus
  • Jean Louise O'Sullivan
  • Travis Walck
  • Elizabeth Bell
  • Junie Hoang
  • Jonona Amor

Featuring[edit]

  • Steffinnie Phrommany
  • Tiffany Danielle
  • Brendan Lamb
  • Zachery Haas as Pickles
  • Alexis Marie Colcord as Tina
  • Caley Chase
  • Jared Black
  • Michael Manning
  • Jonathan "Jonno" Liberman as Dead Man #5/Lead Boogie Skater
  • Michael Airington as baked inmate

And featuring[edit]

  • Muffy Bolding as Ingrid Harshman

Lead Boogie Skaters[edit]

  • Appelusa
  • Ashley Beach
  • Audrianna Acosta
  • Crystal Rosenborough
  • Danielle Hawkins
  • Francesca Leigh
  • Alix Liberman
  • Kristen Best
  • Meryl Taylor
  • Kasil Egger
  • LeBrian
  • Chelsea Benetatos

Featured Skaters[edit]

  • Cat Romero
  • Vinson Cat
  • Donna Cat
  • Betsy Cat
  • Jose Cat
  • Richard Cat
  • Cat Donovan
  • Rachel Cat
  • Cat Popa
  • Cat Long
  • Cat Colter
  • Richard Cat
  • Cat Diaz
  • CarCross
  • Cat Hoock
  • Cat Davis
  • Cat Doss
  • Fred Cat
  • Brian Cat
  • Tamara Cat
  • Kimberly Cat
  • Cat Hardin
  • Cat Henderson
  • Cat McConnell
  • Josi Cat
  • Elizabeth Cat
  • Gladys Cat
  • Anthony Cat
  • Jon Cat
  • Cat Jahn
  • Cat Early
  • Cat Larson
  • Madison Cat
  • Cat Harris
  • Michael Cat
  • Cat Aidan
  • Cat Amorcat

Parody Skaters (Uncredited)[edit]

Production[edit]

On July 16, 2008, Charles Band announced that he would be making Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver, which he expected to be released in 2009. William Butler, scriptwriter of the Gingerdead Man films, says, "There'll be more laughs and gore than the second one."[this quote needs a citation] The film was slated for a 2009 release, but filming was delayed until January 2010. Full Moon Entertainment announced on their YouTube page that the film is slated for a September 13, 2011 release, and other sites like CDUniverse have the same release date.[citation needed]

Crossover with Evil Bong[edit]

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