And yes, we are definitely the type. Definitely.
The holidays can be a painful time for many. And this pain is only exacerbated when your baked goods go on killing rampages.
A struggling bakery in Texas is having a bad year. The owner and his son are murdered by the human Gary Busey. The bake shop is left to an alcoholic mother and a daughter (named Sara Leigh – get it?) who contemplates selling it to a successful competitor (Jimmy Dean – oh yeah, that’s funny too). Sales are down, and Jimmy Dean has put the pressure on.
Did that make any sense? Nope? It didn’t make sense to us either.
Word of advice: don’t spend too much time worrying about how an executed serial killer comes back as a cookie. The filmmakers didn’t either.
But no need to sweat the details. There are plenty of distractions, like dialogue referring to the murdering cookie as “the Killsbury Doughboy.” Oh geez. What a hoot.
We’ve barely stopped laughing.
Donut miss it. It’s a-glazing.
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