A mysterious old man named Mr. Plinkett is keeping a deep dark secret locked away in the basement of a small-town hardware store: vicious, flesh-eating creatures with a mysterious past. Once these creatures escape, all hell breaks loose and it's up to Jesse, an incompetent hardware store employee, to stop them from turning the town into a feeding frenzy!
Ever been eaten to death? Now's your chance.
Did You Know?
The movie was originally planned to be centered around a 45-minute-long, gratuitous, erotic shower scene. See more
During the first external shot of the Hardware store, you can clearly see the right-hand side of a real, actual "True Value" Hardware cursive red logo along with the R-circle trademark symbol after the 'e' in Value. In a later shot of the Hardware store front, right between the vomit scene and the book-reading scene, the sign outside says Plinkett's "Real Value" Hardware, using a different cursive font and no R-circle trademark. See more
Eat it with your mouth.
The typical closing credits' disclaimer also respects the undead:
"The events depicted in this motion picture are a work of fiction. Any similarity to real persons living or dead (or undead) is entirely coincidental." See more
The Russian Baby Song
Written by Lora Story
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