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The crew from "Evil Bong" have come down with exaggerated symptoms of
marijuana use: the munchies, sleepiness and lowered inhibitions. But
the bong is destroyed... what to do? Well, why not track it down to its
source and eradicate the evil once and for all?
I'm not going to lie: the first "Evil Bong" was stupid, but I still really enjoyed it. It had a good pace, plenty of humor, gorgeous women and some decent cameos from Tommy Chong and Bill Moseley. So, all in all, it was a decent film by Full Moon standards. With that in mind, I felt "Evil Bong 2" had potential...
Well, it does alright, but comes up a bit short. The effects are even more poor (though the fat suit looks cool). There are still hot girls (Amy Paffrath as Velicity, Robin Sydney as Luann and the Poon-Tang Tribe). But no cameos, and once you cut out the credits and introduction, the film is maybe only an hour long. The "king bong" is not really much of an adversary. Perhaps Full Moon should consider doing a film of the week on television? Or a 13 episode series for Showtime or something.
If you like "Evil Bong" check this out. If not, avoid it. It's not even really a horror film -- no gore, no blood, no real monsters or killers (no one dies). I hope that an "Evil Bong 3" isn't made, but if it is... well, maybe that will help regain this franchise's momentum.
Evil Bong II: King Bong Do you like marijuana? Do you like stupid
movies about evil bongs? Do you like boobs? Then this is the movie for
you! However, despite that, obviously this was not a good movie. If you
don't know that going in, you're an idiot.
Unfortuantly there is no gore in this movie, no one gets killed. I say unfortunately because there is definitely bad acting in this movie and I would have really enjoyed watching at least one or two of these people get killed off.
Thankfully, there are many fine set of breasts on display in this movie.
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Stoners Larnell, Brett, and Bachman all suffer from severe delayed side effects from smoking grass from evil bong Ebee (robustly voiced with sassy panache by Michele Mais). The trio embark on a journey to the jungle in South America along with their nerdy straight-laced buddy Allistair and affable delivery guy Rabbit to find a cure for their various ailments. During their expedition the group encounter a bunch of beautiful women known as the Poontang Tribe as well as a wicked and powerful bong called King Bong. Sound really dumb? Well, this flick is certainly more stupid than a bag of rocks, but fortunately director Charles Band and writer August White treat the blithely idiotic premise with just enough breezy irreverence and present plenty of merry excessive weed toking to make this picture a perfectly amusing and enjoyable diversion. The game cast have a ball with the goofy material, with especially stand-out work by John Patrick Jordan as obnoxious hipster Larnell, Amy Paffroth as foxy and earnest scientist Velicity, Brett Chukerman as the geeky Allistair, Sonny Carl Davis as the amiable Rabbitt, Brian Lloyd as morbidly obese compulsive eater Brett, Mitch Eakins as the laid-back Bachman, Jacob Witkin as cranky old coot Cyril, and Robin Sydney as snippy stuck-up bitch Luann. District 78's funky score hits the get-down groovy spot while Terrance Ryker's crisp cinematography gives the movie an attractive bright look. As a tasty added plus, hot porn starlets Kat, Ariel X., August, and Emilianna all bare their sexy bodies as members of the Poontang Tribe. A real dippy hoot.
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Seeking to destroy the after effects left on them from smoking the
first evil bong, the same college pot head room mates travel to the
amazon, with the shipping delivery man who dropped off the original
bong to them, named RABBIT (The same actor playing the same character
he did in TRANCERS 2, though in that film, he bit the big one, so how
is it that he was able to come back?) there they find out that the
grandfather of one of the leads is planning on restoring the original
bong to it's full power so she can reign along side her far more
powerful lover, "KING BONG". You know after seeing the original KING
BONG I thought to myself there is no way the sequel could be worse than
this movie, in fact it has to be better, not good, but at least a minor
improvement & oh how wrong I was, EVIL BONG II: KING BONG is just as
bad as, if not worse than, the first. CHARLES BAND should retire from
the film business altogether, at least in terms of where story &
directing are concerned, because his last few films have been down
right horrible. If at all possible the film is even more low budget
that the first. The sets are cheap, the special effects are far worse
than they have ever been, the comedy is painfully bad & what's worse,
there are no kills in the movie & there are no familiar characters from
other FULL MOON films or B movie faces to help it rise above my zero
rating (the only saving grace the terrible original had going for it).
The characters are more annoying than ever & the whole film has the
look & feel of a bad TV sitcom with the score that sounds similar to
that of AMERICA'S FUNNIEST HOME VIDEO'S. Avoid this film at all costs,
it will be one of the best decisions you ever made in you're life.
Sadly it is yet again followed by another sequel, EVIL BONG 3D!
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