REVIEW: EVIL BONG 666

CAST

Diana Prince (Frankenstein Created Bikers)
Mindy Robinson (Range 15)
Jessica Morris (Scream Bloody Murder)
Robin Sydney (Trophy Heads)
Tonya Kay (Bastard)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)

bong2Despite the numbering, Evil Bong 666 is technically the series’ 7th entry (if you include Gingerdead Man vs Evil Bong), and for my money it’s one of the best Full Moon films in years. In terms of simple entertainment it’s probably the best Bong since Evil Bong 2: King Bong. Of course, your enjoyment will depend on your tolerance for the usual stoner logic and antics that fills these films, but I imagine anyone interested enough to read a review of a movie like Evil Bong 666 is on-board, strapped-in and ready to roll.Evil Bong 666 follows the basic storefront formula of the last few Evil Bong films, but it changes up the energy by replacing the series’ star character, Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), with a new store owner, Lucy Furr (Mindy Robinson). This might seem like a small detail, but it changes the film’s course considerably. Instead of seeing Larnell and/or Rabbit (Sonny Carl Davis) handling a steady stream of customers — something we’ve seen way more than anyone ever needs to — now we have the devious, Satan-loving Lucy Furr taking care of business. It’s a whole new ballgame. It not only breathes life into the store scenes, it packs the bowl for another round. ktspod_img_220The shift in characters allows for hellish elements to infiltrate the series, which worked really well for me. Sexy Hell may just be essentially a re-skinned version of Bong World, and it may be obvious that’s it just one giant green-screen room, but it has an undeniable charm. It also brings back the mysterious actor known only as The Don from Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong. He plays Beelzebud, the ruler of Sexy Hell, and he’s a hoot. He’s not the kind of hoot to show Grandma’s Bridge Club on Saturday night, but to the right crowd he adds a considerable buzz that lasts well after the film is over. By far the best new character, though, is the Gingerweed Man. He’s completely different than I had expected, and he’s hilarious. That’s all I’ll say about him!MV5BZjFiNmRiYTEtNjVhNy00ZjU3LWIzZTYtZmIyY2ZkY2Y1ZTFlXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyNzM1NTI3MjA@._V1_Evil Bong 666 also stands apart in how it deals with Full Moon’s now-standard, in-movie advertising. There’s still a lot, but it’s naturally laced into the fabric of the film so it never takes you out of the movie; this is Charles Band in-movie advertising 2.0, and I greatly appreciated the change of pace. I instantly recognized the Smoke Cartel stuff from their involvement in previous films, but I honestly didn’t even realize the Vapor Cup was an actual product until well into the movie. But it is, and I imagine they will sell a lot of them to the legion of stoners that might stumble upon this movie on Amazon or Hulu or wherever else Full Moon is able to infiltrate these days. Of course, the film is also available on Full Moon Streaming, but I imagine anyone watching it there is already a big fan and not stumbling into anything.Screen Shot 2017-04-23 at 5.03.55 PMEvil Bong 666 breathes new life in this popular franchise, it’s a must see to all Full Moon fans.

 

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REVIEW: EVIL BONG: HIGH 5

CAST

John Patrick Jordan (Workaholics)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)
Robin Sydney (Trophy Heads)
Amy Paffrath (The Purge 2)
Mindy Robinson (Stretch)
Chance A. Rearden (Ooga Booga)
Mindy Robinson (Range 15)
Jacob Witkin (Hail, Caesar)

Evil-Bong-High-5-700x325EeBee the Evil Bong is back. And she’s stoner – er – stronger than ever. With Larnell, Sarah Leigh, Rabbit, Velicity and a lobotomized Gingerdead Man trapped in The Bong World for good, she once more sets about her plan for world domination.bong3Not that the original Evil Bong was anything you’d call a classic. but this filmseries has become more of a horror/comedy which is what you expect from seeing all the previous entries. those that want to see a gore fest horror will have to look elsewhere, but those that enjoy full moon pictures and are a fan of  this fanchise will enjoy this 5th entry.

 

REVIEW: EVIL BONG 420

CAST

John Patrick Jordan (Workaholics)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)
Robin Sydney (Trophy Heads)
Amy Paffrath (The Purge 2)
Mindy Robinson (Stretch)
Chance A. Rearden (Ooga Booga)
Sam Aotaki (Alpha House)

Full Moon is a company that seems to be afraid of nothing. The company’s film catalog is chocked full of awesome and obscure concepts, even those that might seem taboo to some folks. But one of my favorite series thus far are the Evil Bong films. Cheap and schlocky, these films redefine B-grade horror. Evil Bong 420 is the latest release in this group, and it certainly does not disappoint.Rabbit has escaped the Evil Bong’s World of Weed, and has opened a topless bowling alley. It’s the Grand Opening and the balls are rolling, the boobs are bouncing and the weed is plentiful. When his old friends, Larnell and Sarah Leigh stop by to help him celebrate his wacky new business venture, things are finally looking up for Rabbit, right? Wrong! Evil Bong is hot on Rabbit’s trail. With the help of the murderous Gingerdead Man, they crash the most balls out party of the century. But Gingerdead Man has plans of his own when he learns that the secret to becoming a real man is getting his cookies off. The Bong is BACK!! And so is everybody else, including Sarah Leigh (Robin Sydney), Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), Rabbit (Sonny Carl Davis), Velicity (Amy Paffrath), Hambo, Gingerdead Man, Ooga Booga and tons of insane surprise guests. It’s the movie with its mind firmly in the gutter. EVIL BONG 420 has the biggest balls, boobs and bongs you’ll see all year.Evil Bong 420 looks like it was shot on a home video camera, but that does not detract from the film at all. In fact, it adds to the charm. The look and feel of the movie reminds me of a late-80s/early 90s creature-feature that tries to be serious.As I mentioned above, the acting is cheezy, and it is not confined to one particular actor…it’s pretty much everybody. But honestly, I don’t think I would have liked the movie as much if it wasn’t.The special effects are typical Full Moon-fashioned fun. Gingerdead Man still looks like a turd with a face, while Evil Bong shines with her bad-assed attitude and curvy stature. You just can’t ask for much more when you’re looking at a film like this. Evil Bong 420  is a major win for me, and I can’t wait to see where they take the series next. I really like how this film incorporates a couple of different Full Moon franchises (much like DOLLMAN VS. DEMONIC TOYS did). This is a fun piece of cheezy pie, so don’t expect an Academy Award winner. If you can watch it with the right mindset, you’re in for a treat.

REVIEW: GINGERDEAD MAN VS EVIL BONG

 

CAST

John Patrick Jordan (Workaholics
Robin Sydney (Trophy Heads)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)
Amy Praffrath (The Purge 2)
Chance A. Rearden (Zombies vs Strippers)
Ryan Curry (The Specialist)
Victoria Levine (Submissions)

What technically serves as the fourth movie in both of Charles Band’s recent franchise series comes off as an unexpected mash-up when the mass murdering cookie, Gingerdead Man goes toe to toe with the smoky seductress, Ebee or the Evil Bong. But it’s definitely not like you think.  It’s actually quite tame in most regards, having more to do with softcore scenes and stoner humor than anything else. As you can expect, our deranged cookie still takes out a few unlucky victims; but the majority of the tale really seems to center around the Evil Bong series, which might upset fans of the Gingerdead Man films. I did not feel that a nearly twenty-minute recap  of the first three Evil Bong movies were necessary. All this did was make the film press on a bit longer than it needed to and it felt like a way to kill time, to be honest. Full Moon is better than that. I hope they’re not starting to slack off. Yet again, we needed to be reminded of the very first Gingerdead Man film; which I also didn’t think was truly necessary, especially if you’ve already got the DVD’s like myself; and are already familiar with the story. Perhaps these are here for newcomers, but I would shun anyone who watches this film without having watched any of the precursors. That’s like seeing Puppet Master 4 first, instead of starting with the original. While the Gingerdead Man films did not tie into each other, the three Evil Bong films certainly did; hence the need to watch all of them in succession.

When the plot finally got rolling, we were greeted by a very familiar face in Larnell, who’s role has been reprised by John Patrick Jordan. This time, he’s finally moved on up to owning his own headshop and he’s hired a short but murderous fellow by the name of string, who is played by The Don. Amy Paffrath plays the role of the carried on girlfriend, Velicity from the Evil Bong series, but her performance (or perhaps the character in general) just seems a bit flat for me this time. It’s also too short to notice. A little bit of T&A and she’s out the door. Interestingly, several Ooga Booga references pop up into the film, like Hambo (Chance Rearden) and an Asian couple (Tian Wang, Jinee Joung) of tourists who seem to mock the stereotype of The Gook as in displayed in the Ooga Booga series of figurines. The mouth appliance that Tian wears is exactly like the teeth displayed on the figure. At any rate, numerous other Full Moon characters appear in the film and other references can be found for those with a keener eye than mine. It would appear that Larnell has been locking Ebee/Evil Bong (Michelle Mais) in a cabinet, where he hopes to find her secret. Yet another familiar face plops into the shop (too many coincidences for the story to make sense though) by the name of Rabbit (Sonny Carl Davis) who all Evil Bong fans should remember The man was unmistakable in his performances and I’ll go out on a limb to say that Sonny’s performance was without a doubt one of the most memorable in the film. Rabbit is such a loveable character and I don’t think that anyone else could capture him (especially the multitude of emotions on his face which make him look like a crazed old man who just escaped the nuthouse) the way that Sonny does. So without a doubt, his work on the film makes it all worthwhile in the end.

Now that we’ve covered the headshop, let’s move onto the bakery. Obviously, since Gingerdeadman 2 & 3 were alternate timelines, only the original is rehashed and they do it quickly enough so that it’s not so much of a bother as with the Evil Bong recaps. The story brings back southern belle Sara Leigh, the brave young woman who first battled the cookie (Robin Sydney, she also plays someone else but I don’t want to get punched in the nuts for uttering her name as it says on the sign) as well as a new employee by the name of Debbie (Victoria Levine) who more or less interacts with a pervert (Timothy Bennet) and ends up fucking her boyfriend Larry (Ryan Curry) in a backroom of the bakery, where they are both eventually slaughtered. It goes without saying that Sara Leigh now owns her own bakery right in California, which is also close to Larnell’s headshop. (But since marijuana is practically legal there, I wouldn’t be surprised as to how many bakeries collide with headshops out that way.)

Then comes the cookie, which I was quite upset to see at first. First of all, Gary Busey isn’t reprising his role for some reason or another this time around; but Bobby “Busey” Ramos is now taking the job. But that’s not the problem, as Bobby does a fine job with the character and makes me think that it’s still the same guy. My problem is the odd decision to not use the puppetry that Full Moon has been known for since the beginning. Instead, they’re using real human mouths for the puppets; which seem to stem from either lack of funds or the fact that they’re just trying to get it done as quickly as possible. Either way, this is the worst that I’ve ever seen the Gingerdeadman, ever. It’s pretty bad when you see the rehash of the first film and notice how well the puppetry was done, only to find that many years later things have gone down the tube completely. Come on Charles, what happened? You’re better than this. I’ve actually been watching a few of the older (and somewhat more obscure) Full Moon films like Vampire Journals and Meridian, noticing just how well done they were in terms of story and makeup. But this one seems kind of rushed and I’m curious as to why.

Bottom line is that Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong wasn’t quite all that it was cracked up to be. It had plenty of Full Moon appearances, but not enough of a plot to keep it going. It just wasn’t long enough. Too many recaps and ridiculously expectable plot developments make this one only a decent film at best, which pales behind the previous installments. And once again, the use of actual human mouths on the puppets is so terrible that I can’t believe it was ever considered. That’s something out of amateur film making, and for a man who’s got more films to his name than there are people in some towns; Charles Band is no amateur.

REVIEW: EVIL BONG 3: THE WRATH OF BONG

CAST

John Patrick Jordan (Workaholics)
Peter Stickles (Shortbus)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)
Amy Praffrath (The Purge 2)
Brian Lloyd (Candy Stripers)
Christina DeRosa (Extreme Movie)
Irwin Keyes (Intolerable Cruelty)
Jacon Witkin (Hail, Caesar!)
Michelle Mais (Trading Places)

a12cf-evilbong3bongEvil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong – it’s safe to assume that the folks at Full Moon Features aren’t going to mess with what appears to be a winning formula. Following some trippy, kaleidoscope-like graphics of a meteor traveling through space, the film opens on a man (Irwin Keyes) burying his wife, whom he appears to have just murdered. He is startled by a mysterious meteorite crashing onto earth. Upon investigation, a strange device that looks curiously like a bong pops out of it. Brandished with a skull and glowing green hoses, the cosmic device becomes lovingly referred to as the alien bong.fuckoffThe man doesn’t think much of the incident, nor of the green fuzz that starts growing on him, and instead brings the bong to a local hemp shop to pawn it. The store is run by haphazard stoners Brett (Brian Lloyd) and Bachman (Mitch Eakins). Meanwhile, Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), now a consistory theorist and ninja in training, and Alistair (Peter Stickles), who works for the space institute, run into each other at the crash site. They also head to the hemp shop and, just like that, the old gang is back together.inthedumbbongUpon buying the bong, Bachman can’t help himself; he has to try out the new merchandise before putting it on the shelf. After taking his first hit, he is brought to the alien bong’s world, which is inhabited by naked extraterrestrial chicks covered in fluorescent body paint, among various drug paraphernalia. One by one, the other characters join Bachman on the intergalactic journey. When there, they are drained of their seed (yeah, that seed) so that the aliens can create imitation humans to take over the world. Three of the funniest characters from the previous installments return for a hit. Gramps (Jacob Witkin) is now a medicinal marijuana salesman with an assistant known as Nurse Hookah (Christina DeRosa), who pantomimes his every word. Rabbit (Sonny Carl Davis), on the other hand, is a priest that preaches the good word. Of course, Eebee (Michelle Mais) – the original Evil Bong – is back as well to help save the day. She is as crude as ever as she minces words with Alien Bong (Circus-Szalewski).maxresdefaultTwo of the boys’ old objects of affection also make appearances. Luanna (Robin Sydney) happens into the shop but is largely unused, while Velicity (Amy Paffrath) makes a cameo at the end. It’s nice that all of the familiar faces returned to reprise their roles, but many of them were unnecessary and would not have been missed otherwise. Fans of the Evil Bong series will certainly enjoy the latest entry. It’s essentially more of the same, although I think this one trumps the previous sequel.

REVIEW: EVIL BONG 2: KING BONG

CAST

Mitch Eakins (Glory Road)
Brett Chuckerman (Power Rangers Wild Force)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)
Mitch Eakins (Glory Road)
John Patrick Jordan (Workaholics)
Brian Lloyd (Candy Stripers)
Michelle Mais (Trading Places)
Amy Praffrath (The Purge 2)
Robin Sydney (Trophy Heads)
Jacon Witkin (Hail, Caesar!)

1280x720-ZTRThe film begins with Larnell (John Patrick Jordan) pacing around in his new dorm room, looking afraid. Responding to a sudden knock at the door, Larnell admits Alister McDowell (Brett Chukerman), whom he had called over. Asked how things are going, Larnell admits to Alister that he is on the run, having burned down the college’s administrations office from a belief that the reason their parents are forcing them to go to school is because they are being taken control of from underneath the government, trying to control their minds into becoming like them. He is even considering writing a number one best seller about it. Larnell also tells him that Bachman (Mitch Eakins) now has a job at Sloppy Burger and remains his roommate.evilbong2stillAlister asks Larnell why he called over and Larnell tells him that something has gone wrong with Bachman. Bachman then returns from work and starts describing how his day had gone, which had led to him being fired, until he drops onto the floor, fast asleep. Larnell explains that this was what he was trying to tell Alister. Alister explains it as narcolepsy and that Bachman needs medical help. Larnell also explains that he and Brett (Brian Lloyd) also have problems. Brett and his girlfriend Luann (Robin Sydney) both come to the apartment, where Brett is shown to have gained substantial weight. Larnell then suddenly starts humping Luann’s leg, and explains to Alister that his sexual urges make him pounce like a cougar. Alister then realizes that Larnell, Bachman and Brett were the first ones to smoke from the bong and are the only ones who were killed within the bong world, which is probably the reason for neither Luann nor Alister experiencing side effects.thepoonBelieving that stop smoking the bong is the reason why they’re suffering side-effects, the group then decides to call the delivery man that gave them the bong. The man’s name is revealed to be Rabbit (Sonny Davis) and he says he’ll tell them what he knows about the bong in exchange for some of the weed they got. He says that Jimbo Leary bought the bong from the Amazon in South America in the 1960s’ when he used to work for the peace corps. After half of his friends took a hit from the bong and died, Jimbo locked the bong up in his attic, until his wife sold the bong up for ad, which led to the events of the previous film. Believing that they could possibly find a cure, Larnell, Rabbit, Alister, Bachman and Brett head out to the amazon. On the way they bump into Velicity (Amy Paffrath), a woman who claims that she and her partner (who was a friend of her deceased father) are there because they’re doing some research. She takes them inside her hut for some food and after witnessing Bachman black out again, the group then explains to her what’s going down. However, she believes them but then switches the subject when Rabbit starts asking her if there’s marijuana near them. Rabbit and Larnell go outside to take a piss, where they find a whole pile of marijuana and they’re greeted by Velicity’s partner, who turns out to be Larnell’s grandfather Cyril (Jacob Witkin), who’s somehow out of his wheelchair. Larnell and Rabbit go back to the hut to have Velicity explain to them what’s going on.MV5BZjFiNmRiYTEtNjVhNy00ZjU3LWIzZTYtZmIyY2ZkY2Y1ZTFlXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyNzM1NTI3MjA@._V1_She explains that the research her father was uncovering was the marijuana. She explains that the marijuana was believed to belong to an ancient tribe that has gone around for generations, which she calls the Poontang Tribe. Cyril knew Velicity’s father from college and after her father’s death, she called him to help her with her father’s research and they discovered that marijuana can be used to help people’s pain problems and severe injuries, explaining the reason how Cyril is able to walk again, and Velicity is planning on using the marijuana to give to doctors so she could help those who have cancer. Bachman then tells them that if the marijuana helped Cyril, it could probably help them with their side effects. Velicity wonders if the bong is in any connection with the marijuana from the poontang tribe. Larnell pulls out a bag, revealing a few pieces the blown up bong, Eebee. After putting the pieces together, forming her face, Velicity easily recognizes the bong as being the work of the tribe. Suddenly, Eebee (voiced by Michele Mais) comes back to life. Alister theorizes that the proximity of the marijuana has brought her back to life, which Eebee agrees. Larnell puts her back in the bag and Velicity tells them that she’ll show her to Cyril. As she finds Cyril, she finds him talking on the phone with a guy who he was planning on selling to. Realizing that he was planning on selling it to the black market and was planning on helping her at all, she confronts him until she steals Eebee out of his hands and goes off to cry to the others. Hearing about Cyril’s plan on selling the marijuana, Eebee tells him that he can bring her back to her original form with the marijuana, and tells him that she and he will rule the world.evil-bong-2Back at the hut, Rabbit goes to confront Cyril while Larnell, Bachman and Brett take a toke of the marijuana, in hopes that it will cure them. Rabbit arrives to find Eebee reconstructed into her original form. Rabbit, however, makes a deal with Cyril that he wants to help him sell the marijuana so he too can get paid, since he only gets paid $200 a week just to get up at five in the morning to deliver packages. If Cyril doesn’t agree, Rabbit will take Eebee back to the poontang tribe. Eebee, suddenly, cries for Rabbit not to take her back because she claims that her man ordered the tribe to take her away, leading to her falling in the hands of Jimbo. Suddenly, three women appear behind them, who Eebee claims to be members of the poontang tribe. Cyril confronts them but gets hit in the face with a spear. The tribe then take Eebee and Rabbit hostage and brings them back to Eebee’s man, who is revealed to be another bong, called the King Bong (voiced by Michael A. Shepard). King Bong then tempts Rabbit to him and he and the tribe head back into the bong, leaving King Bong to be yelled at Eebee, who’s still mad at him for having the tribe kick her out. Back at the hut, Larnell, Bachman and Brett turn back to normal again. Larnell has no sexual urges, Bachman doesn’t feel like he’s about to pass out again, and Brett is now back to being thinner. Suddenly, Cyril barges in, bleeding from his head and he tells them that the tribe kidnapped Eebee and Rabbit. Realizing that they could be killing Rabbit any moment, Larnell, Velicity, Alister, Bachman and Brett take a couple of spears and head out to save Rabbit.maxresdefaultThey find the King Bong and realize that not only do they need to get Rabbit back, they also have to kill the King Bong. They just don’t know how, until Eebee tells them that they have to destroy his symbol, which gives him his power. When asked why she’s telling them the information, she declares that she wants to see the bong die and be gone for good because she remains angry with him. Bachman and Brett take a hit first and it’s revealed that this bong is more powerful than Eebee, so instead of their spirits getting sucked up into the bong, they’re physically sucked up into the bong. Bachman and Brett end up in the King Bong’s bong world, where it’s in the jungle and the duo end up getting lap-danced by two members of the pibe. Back in the real world, Alister takes a hit and ends up finding Rabbit getting pleasured by another two members of the tribe on a bed. Alister is almost pleasured by a member until he threatens to beat her up, which she simply replies by smacking him in the face, knocking him out. Rabbit is then taken by the tribe to see King Bong. Back in the real world, Larnell tells Velicity to stay while he deals with the bosses her goodbye. Larnell ends up finding a knocked out Alister on the bed, wakes him up and continue to find the bong. There, they find the tribe rolling Rabbit up in paper and suddenly, the bong shrinks him, turning him into a doobie and find Bachman and Brett tied up. Alister and Larnell then see a medallion wrapped around the bong.19721629.JPG-r_1280_720-f_jpg-q_x-xxyxxRealizing that the medallion is his symbol they quickly sneak up behind Bachman and Brett, untie them, and the group attacks the tribe while Larnell breaks the medallion, destroying the King Bong’s power. This causes him and the Poontang Tribes-People to explode and sends Larnell and the others back to the real world. As the group gets ready to leave, Larnell decides to stay behind and help Velicity with her idea of sending the marijuana to doctors, providing them the caner. As they walk back to the hut to get business started, Eebee calls back for them not to leave her alone. Back at the dorm, Bachman finally gets his job back at Sloppy Burger, Alister is continuing to get his second major, Brett and Luann are back together, Larnell is still helping Vel with the cure, and Rabbit is now a preacher. He claims that when he got rolled up into a doobie, he prayed to god that he’ll do good and ask for his sins. Bachman then offers him some marijuana, which Rabbit gladly agrees to. During the end credits, the King Bong can be heard moaning as he’s having one of the tribe members pleasure with him.2768211_l5The Poon-Tang tribe did give the guys a bit of eye-candy, running around half-naked and sporting Tarzan jungle garb. The group of potheads and mess-ups find out that the Poon-Tang tribe is involved in the guys figuring out a way out of their dilemmas. Once the group encounters the bigger and badder bong, King Bong, the film really gets better, and by better I mean that there is more vulgar half-witted jokes, one-liners, and a voice coming from the bong that sounds like a dirty and foul-mouthed comedian

 

REVIEW: EVIL BONG

CAST

David Weidoff (Roommates)
John Patrick Jordan (Workaholics)
Mitch Eakins (Glory Road)
Brian Lloyd (Candy Stripers)
Robin Sydney (Trophy Heads)
Kristyn Green (Carver)
Tommy Chong (That 70s Show)
Michelle Mais (Trading Places)
Jacon Witkin (Hail, Caesar!)
Kirsten Caldwell (Hot Tamale)
Phil Fondacaro (Sabrina: TTW)
Tim Thomerson (trancers)
Bill Moseley (Army of Darkness)
Sonny Carl Davis (Thelma & Louise)

76e4d-evilbong_2Nerdy college student Alistair McDowell (David Weidoff) moves in with law school drop-out Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), typical “surfer-stoner” Bachman (Mitch Eakins) and former baseball player Brett (Brian Lloyd). During Alistair’s stay, Larnell sees an ad for a large bong, in which the previous owner claims it was “possessed”. After receiving the bong and taking a couple of hits (with the exception of Alister, who doesn’t smoke), Brett introduces Alister to his girlfriend Luann (Robin Sydney) and her friend Janet (Kristyn Green), on whom Alister develops a crush.bongfaceLater that night, Bachman wakes up in a strip club where he meets Ooga Booga and Ivan Burroughs. He’s introduced by one of the strippers (Kristen Cladwell) who has skull heads on the cups of her bra. When he comes near the bra, the skull heads start biting him in the neck and he bleeds to death. The next morning, the other roommates find Bachman dead on the couch. Alistair tells to them that it’s probably from the weed that came with the bong. Larnell also notices that the bong has changed. The trio then hide his body underneath a pile of trash in the basement, after nearly getting caught by Larnell’s paralyzed-but-wealthy grandfather, Cyril (Jacob Witkin), who came by to tell Larnell that he just got remarried.top_10_movies_of_2017_so_farLater on, the bong (voiced by Michele Mais) starts speaking to Larnell (to Larnell only, no one else hears) and tempts him to take a hit out of her. After doing so, he ends being in the same strip club as before. Here he sees Bachman (who seems to be fine), the Gingerdead Man, and his grandfather. Eventually a stripper gives Larnell a lap dance, and he’s killed in a similar way that Bachman was killed. Back in the real world, Luann and Janet come over to play Trivial Pursuit. After playing the game, the group (again with the exception of Alister) take a hit from the bong. After Brett and Luann pass out, they wake up in the same strip club and they’re greeted by Jack Attack, and Luann is taken away by the bouncer. Brett is then treated by another stripper (Brandi Cunningham), who happens to be Brett’s ex-girlfriend Carla Brewster. She eventually uses her lip-cupped bra to bite off Brett’s genitals, killing him.image-w1280Meanwhile, when Alistair starts figuring out what’s going on, Janet falls prey to the bong and passes out. A man named Jimbo Leary (Tommy Chong) randomly enters the room and proclaims that the bong is his. He also explains that the bong (named Eebee) has a voodoo curse on it and that once you take enough hits from it, it brings you to the “Bong World” (the strip club) and kills you. In order to save Janet, Alistair takes a hit from the bong and is instantly sent to the bong world. Meanwhile, Jimbo tries destroying the bong with a hammer, chainsaw, and (resorting to drastic measures) a bomb. Eebee unleashes marijuana smoke from her bong, causing Jimbo to inhale and pass out.skull-bra-evil-bong-2006Meanwhile, in the Bong World, Eebee forces the strippers to seduce Alistair, but he breaks them off. During his search, he bumps into Jack Deth. Once he finds a stoned Janet, Eebee reveals her motives: to control the world by turning everyone into stoners by turning the air into pot smoke and the oceans into bong water. They take “vitamins” (that Jimbo gave them) to make them sober again. Jimbo, who has just got sucked into the bong world, tells them to go ahead and escape while he takes care of Eebee. Jimbo comes up to Eebee and shows Eebee the time bomb now strapped to his chest. Jimbo activates the bomb and blows up Eebee and apparently Jimbo himself. Back in the real world, Alistair and Janet wake up, with Larnell, Brett, Luann, and Bachman coming back to life. Jimbo, however, has been killed, along with the bong, which is now shattered into pieces. Alistair and Janet remember what had happened previously in the Bong World, but the rest of the group doesn’t seem to remember right away. The last scene shows that Jimbo is now the king of the Bong World.chong-vs-bongMy main reason for enjoying this is because it’s a Full Moon release and is jam-packed with cameos from their other films. So we get to see not only the Gingerdead Man and Ooga Booga but Jack Deth too. The only real downside to the film is in its overuse of the Monster Bra line that Charles Band created, of which more is explained on the extras as there is a fairly decent sized segment about the Full Moon Roadshow which is highly entertaining