What if Munchie got a million sequels, prequels and spin-offs like Carnival Magic?
“Oh yeah, Roger Corman produced a whole ton of Munchie sequels, though when Munchie 2 finally came out, it was titled Munchie Strikes Back. Huge hit, but nothing compared to the conclusion of the original trilogy, Munchie 3: The Return of Andrea Kurtz. Then Roger Corman kind of lost his way with the prequels. Munchie was played by a CGI creature instead of a puppet. And nobody really wanted to know the story of how Gage met Munchie. They were really scraping the bottom of the barrel with that Gage spin-off movie when he went back home to save his dad’s PR company from a hostile takeover by a bigger, eviler PR company. Oh yeah, the whole Munchie shared cinematic universe. At that point, the whole Munchie movies were just 90-minute advertisements for the Munchie toy lines. But just when you thought the Munchie magic was gone, they reboot the series with Munchie Begins and remind America why it fell in love with goblins and pizza in the first place.”