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Evil Bong 2: King Bong

USA 2009
produced by
Charles Band, Dana K. Harrloe (executive), Thomas Smead (executive), Garin Sparks (executive) for Full Moon
directed by Charles Band
starring John Patrick Jordan, Amy Paffrath, Brett Chukerman, Sonny Carl Davis, Mitch Eakins, Brian Lloyd, Jacob Witkin, Robin Sydney, Ariel X, August, Emilianna, Kat, Kyle Stone, Michelle Mais (voice)
story by Charles Band, August White, screenplay by August White, music by District 78, special effects by Jeffrey S. Farley/Obscure Artifacts

Evil Bong

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), Bachman (Mitch Eakins) and Brett (Bryan Lloyd) all suffer from weird side effects from their excessive marijuana use in the first Evil Bong - perpetual horniness, narcolepsy and excessive eating, respectively -, so they ask their brainy friend Allistair (Brett Chukerman) for help -, and his idea to cure them is to trace the bong back to its origins in the South American jungle. For some reason, they have the good idea to also take the retirement-aged delivery guy (Sonny Carl Davis), who has brought them the bong in the first place, with them.

In South America, where they suspect the origin of the bong, they find a hot scientist, Velicity (Amy Paffrath), who is developing super weed to cure cancer and who soon has the hots for Larnell ... but she works together with Larnell's foul-mouthed gramps Cyril (Jacob Witkin) - who it soon turns out wants to sell the weed on the street. Somehow he gets hold of the pieces of the original evil bong and pieces it back together, but then he and the delivery guy are kidnapped by the Poontang tribe of topless amazons. The Poontang tribe it turns out is ruled by King Bong, Evil Bong's ex, who sucks people into a parallel world to ... well, not sure about that one, but the scenario is always that men are first seduced by the Poontang girls, then tied up and stuff.

To save the delivery guy, our heroes (who have since been cured of their conditions) let King Bong transport them to the other dimension, where after some shenanigans they can destroy his source of power, an amulet, thanks to a tip from Evil Bong, who actually isn't evil at all in this one.

And in the end, Larnell gets the girl ...


It's not that Evil Bong was an overly intelligent movie, and the sequel is about as brainless - but at least, it tries to take the story into a new direction ... even if that new direction makes it pretty much even more moronic than the first one. But to be honest, the film delivers what the enjoyably silly title suggests: A stupid stoner comedy with a supernatural undercurrent, jokes of the hit-or-miss variety, and topless babes. All of this might not make a great movie, but at least an ok excuse to waste some time in front of the TV with a couple of beers and a couple of mates.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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