Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong (2013)


After about thirty minutes of filler and scenes from the past films from both franchises, the basic premise of “Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong” becomes Evil Bong playing heroine while Gingerdead Man is the villain. The main character from Evil Bong has opened up a bong store, while the surviving character from “Gingerdead Man” has opened up a popular bakery down the street.

When Gingerdead Man intends to wreak revenge on the woman that confined him to his body, he crosses the evil bong named Ebee, and the monsters fight. “Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong” is almost ninety minutes long. If you cut out the filler, flashback, and credits, it’s really thirty minutes of action and forward narrative that is also based on comedy and nothing more. I’m still not sure why the prominent mascot for Full Moon is now the pig faced racist clown named Hambo, but he once again makes an unfunny appearance.

There’s also some gratuitous nudity like it’s going out of a style, while Gingerdead Man is only able to kill a few people. Most of “Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong” is just a lot of comedy and improv among the cast, while bong Ebee uses her smoke to fight the Gingerdead Man. Though it still dons the mug of Gary Busey, his voice is noticeably different, and the character is only a slightly minor element in a movie that’s just a dark comedy and nothing more. “Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong” is a tedious cash grab on two past their prime movie series. I’d love to see something original again from Full Moon, soon.