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Wow, this was bad on a scale that can't even be measured.
"Bong of the Dead" is without a doubt amongst the top 10 of worst movies I have had to suffer through - or at least partially through, as I gave up on this nonsense after 20 minutes into the movie, where it was all teenage shenanigans and just downright waste of time happening on the screen. And a movie have to be extraordinarily bad before I actually turn it off.
I must admit that a movie about two potheads sitting around growing weed plants using mashed up zombies didn't really appeal to me in the least. Nor did the horrible and silly acting appeal to me in any way.
The movie started out alright, campy but with some potential for a zombie spoof, but then enter the two potheads, and the movie just went from bad to worse in record time.
I am sure that there is an audience out there for this particular movie. I just wasn't part of that particular audience, that's fore sure. Zombies and weed is just a combo that doesn't go hand in hand.
Hats off to director Thomas Newman for making this movie though and seeing it through. He did create something that is somewhat of an acquired taste. But as a zombie aficionado, and not much fan of stoner movies, then "Bong of the Dead" didn't really get me high.
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