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Evil Bong 666 (2017)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror | 20 April 2017 (USA)
Your favorite stoner characters are back in EVIL BONG 666. When a blood sacrifice opens a portal to Hell, Ebee is returned to Earth where Lucy Furr, the new proprietor of her weed shop, has some sinister plans of her own.

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Your favorite stoner characters are back in EVIL BONG 666. When a blood sacrifice opens a portal to Hell, Ebee is returned to Earth where Lucy Furr, the new proprietor of her weed shop, has some sinister plans of her own. Before Ebee's dreams of world domination can be satisfied she will need to employ the help of Rabbit and The Gingerdead Man. Channeling their inner Dr. Frankenstein, Ebee and Rabbit create The Gingerweed Man: a tiny, patchwork monster made from the greatest strains of weed on earth. This animated edible is ready to join the fight in Sexy Hell. Keep your bongs packed, this is going to be one crazy trip.

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When there's no more room in Hell, the stoned shall walk the earth!

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Another addition to the long list of deplorable Full Moon films
14 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Full Moon Features has put out some solid stuff over the years honestly. The Puppet Master films are classics, Intruder is good, Demonic Toys is fun yet bad so are the first few Evil Bong and Gingerdead Films and to an extent Charles has made some really great low budget horror over the years. After watching his effort from 2014 Trophy Heads I thought it was a step in the right direction and I really hoped that it would mark the return to form for Full Moon. This hope was shattered once I watched Evil Bong 420, which while it was horrible it had its moments (although the Gingerdead Man is more common than the titular villain). I expected High 5 to have its moments just like 420 did. Sadly there was nothing redeeming about High 5. Then I catch wind that not only is Evil Bong 6, oh excuse me I mean 666, in the works but that Charles Band is planning on making 20 Evil Bong Films. This has officially made me lose all remaining hope I had for Charles and for Full Moon (Note there wasn't much hope remaining anyway). So because I hate myself I sit down and watch Evil Bong 666 (clever title guys, really). Upon sitting down and watching it what do I find? A movie that is worse than High 5 but for one simple reason. While High 5 was in all honesty one of the worst movies I've ever seen, it made me feel something it gave me a lot to talk about in terms of how terrible it was. 666 on the other hand isn't so bad its infuriating, its so bad its boring. I honestly have nothing to really say about the movie other than the fact that it was boring. Essentially, just like the last two entries in the series, its just people hanging out in a smoke shop and then somehow Gingerdead man and Ebee show up and don't kill anyone they just kinda argue and smoke some weed. Then people come into the smoke shop and either die, just look around, get naked or show up as references to previous Full Moon Features/to sell merchandise. But because they did that for the last two movies, Similar to how they had the 20 minute apiece flashbacks for every previous entry in the series in Evil Bong King Bong, The Wraith of Bong and Evil Bong Vs Gingerdead Man. Good old Charles decides to do a cross over with another bad Full Moon series, Killjoy and as if that wasn't enough to pad the film out for at least and hour, they go ahead and just make up a new villain on the spot and introduce him two-thirds of the way into the movie at a point when the conflict should be drawing to a close. As if it being practically the same film as the last 2 in the series wasn't bad enough we have nearly the same cast and they are all still terrible at their jobs. Just like the CGI in the previous two films the CGI here is really atrocious and used in nearly every scene. The green screen backgrounds for Bong World, Rabbit's Head and Sexy Hell are all absolutely abominable and look like a PS1 game. Credits are bad, Music is Bad everything about this movie is bad. In conclusion this film isn't one of the worst I've ever seen like High 5 or Terror Toons 3 was its more one of the worst in the sense that Andy Warhol's Empire is one of the worst. Its a boring film that lacks the small amount of charm and originality that the first Evil Bong had. I often hear people (in the mainstream) say Troma is one of the worst companies for low budget cinema, those people have not witnessed what I have.


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