Films: Attack of the Killer Donuts (2016)

Alias: None

Type: Mutant

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of average donuts.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: We don't have anything creative to say here. Except perhaps how we're now practically bracing ourselves for whatever other culinary things are out there that filmmakers look at and say, "I can make that a monster". If it worked with tomatoes, surely it will-it didn't work with donuts, just stop already.

History: A freak lab accident has given rise to a most unconventional menace for a quiet little town. An army of toothy living donuts has arisen, and all of them are hungry for human flesh. It isn’t long before there are so many that not even the world’s biggest glutton would want anything to do with them. And they're not ones to give up the chase that easily.

Notable Kills: Nothing special, unless murderous snack-foods are too absurd for you.

Final Fate: After both sides of man and donut suffer many casualties, the donuts are done in when the whole donut shop is blow up with them in it. However, it is shown that at least one of them survived...

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-While it cannot be fun to be assaulted by hordes of lamprey-mouthed snacks, the execution is as flimsy as the premise. The effects are not the greatest they could be, and if it weren't for the sheer numbers the donuts had, they would have been dispatched of easily. Also, they make fairly cartoonish noises.

Trivia: -The doughnut was first conceived as the olykoek, or oil cake. It was a Dutch recipe that made its way to New York around the 19th century. They only got their signature shape and identity as an American food during the middle of that century.

Not much to say after that.

Image Gallery

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