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|Evil Bong with Tommy Chong|
Actor: Tommy Chong
Director: Charles Band
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Meet EEBEE, a vintage bong with the mysterious power to make all your fantasies come true. Hypnotized by EEBEE's seductive feminine appearance, college nerd ALISTAIR McDOWELL and his stoner roommates take a toke and EEBEE... more »
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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 5/24/2013...
An ultra-low-budget, retarded-on-purpose stoner horror comedy flick from Charles "Puppet Master" Band's Full Moon Studios.
After a stoner buys a supposedly "cursed" bong online, he and his hesher roommates smoke from it and are drawn one by one into "Bong World," an alternate dimension that's populated by strippers that wear carnivorous bras. The only hope to stop Evil Bong from taking over the world is...CHAINSAW WIELDING TOMMY CHONG!! I swear, I'm not making any of this up.
...seriously, folks, I'm at a loss for words to describe this flick. This is quite possibly the most random movie I've seen in decades, or perhaps EVER, yet I laughed all the way through it. I guess I must be easily amused.
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
James B. (wandersoul73) from TYLER, TX
Reviewed on 7/19/2009...
This was good ol' corny Full Moon fun!
2 of 2 member(s) found this review helpful.
Not a movie for the humor impaired
J. Cunningham | Atlanta, Georgia USA | 11/14/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I can't beleive the first review posted here for this movie ! the guy actally said he had a problem with it because "nothing is beliveable" why would anyone expect anything in a Tommy Chong movie to be beliveable? I thought it was very funny and even if you don't have an odd sense of humor like I do, you should buy this movie just to give the rude gesture to departed Attorney General Ashcroft and the rest of the Bushies . If anyone ever makes a believable movie about a magic bong, please let me know. SHEESH ! You can tell what to expect here from the title alone."
Just Say No.
Stanley Runk | Camp North Pines | 07/01/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Yeah, I know you've stared down this box while browsing at the local video store, wondering if it's really worth your time and money. Well, thankfully I watched it for ya and I'd honestly have to say that you might wanna leave it alone. It wasn't THAT bad(I watched the whole thing so I guess that's something), I know I've certainly seen worse.
The story deals with a group of stoners who purchase a bong from New Orleans that supposedly has a curse on it. Well, it certainly does. Those who use it are zonked out of consciousness and then have their souls(we can assume it's the soul) placed inside the bong. The inside of the bong houses it's own mini universe which is a strip club. The strip club is full of hot dancers who wear Monsterbras(a new item Full Moon sells on their website). Also in the strip club/bong purgatory are many members of the Full Moon universe who make brief appearances. You'll see Ivan from Decadent Evil, the Jack In The Box from Demonic Toys, The Gingerdead Man, and Jack Deth from the Trancers films. Plus a completely pointless and unnecessary cameo from Bill Moseley.
Our stoner heroes are usually killed by one of the strippers upon entering this world, and are then doomed to spend eternity there while their real bodies die, a la Nightmare On Elm St. The stoners' new roomate is a nerdy anti-drug metaphysics student, so naturally he is instrumental in saving the day. Tommy Chong plays the bong's original owner and stops by in the final act to lend a hand at stopping the bong before it sets out to conquer the world.
It sounds a lot more fun than it is, as is pretty much the case with most of the newer Full Moon films. They have amusing concepts, but cruddy execution. Also in the same tradition is the fact that the entire film is shot in one set, in this case it's the stoners' apartment. We never leave the apartment, only in the fleeting strip club scenes. It actually seems more like a play than a movie. You should also know that when you see the name and picture of a well known actor on the cover of a Full Moon DVD, be assured that actor is in the film for less than ten minutes.
Evil Bong has a few chuckles here and there, and the cameos are cool, but it's definitely not the "High" point in Full Moon's catalog."
More Band then Chong.
T. Nelson | New Orleans, LA USA | 08/03/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Only thing I thought was cool about this movie was how Band mixed a few of his other horror movie characters in it. I think reviewers are focusing on Chong too much when this isn't really a Chong movie. Chong is on the cover to get some sells. It wasn't like he was in the entire movie. He came in towards the end to put an end to this disaster of a movie. This is a Charles Band movie, and like many of his movies they're only good because they're so bad. - And this comes from a Puppet Master fanatic!"