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Every Movie In The ‘Evil Bong’ Film Franchise

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So far, there have been eight feature films movies in Full Moon Features’ Evil Bong franchise – including one crossover. The first movie debuted a dozen years ago in 2006, and the most recent is today’s release of Evil Bong 777. The series, directed by Charles Band, primarily revolves around the main antagonist Eebee, the talking Evil Bong. Here’s a list of every Evil Bong movie along with basic cast & crew information, plus trailers, synopsis, and handy IMDb links:

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Evil Bong

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Made in 2006, Evil Bong is the first film in the franchise. The movie is directed by Charles Band, written by Band & Domonic Muir, and stars David Weidoff, John Patrick Jordan, Mitch Eakins, and Tommy Chong. Evil Bong has a runtime of 1 hour & 26 minutes.

Synopsis:

Meet Eebee, a vintage bong with the mysterious power to make all your fantasies come true.

Hypnotized by Eebee’s seductive feminine appearance, college nerd Alistair McDowell and his stoner roommates take a toke and Eebee takes them on a wild trip to her Bong World, where they are seduced by exotic strippers with deadly powers.

They should have read the fine print: Potheads beware; you might enjoy this trip so much you’ll die in ecstasy! As Alistair and his friends look for a way to escape the Bong World before it’s too late, their one chance at survival might rest in the hands of Jimbo Leary (Tommy Chong), Eebee’s original owner, here to destroy her for good…

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Evil Bong 2: King Bong

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2009’s, Evil Bong 2: King Bong is the second movie in the Evil Bong franchise. The film is directed by Charles Band, written by Band & Domonic Muir, and stars Brett Chukerman, Sonny Carl Davis, and Mitch Eakins. Evil Bong 2: King Bong has a runtime of 1 hour & 20 minutes.

Synopsis:

Larnell, Luanne and those crazy dudes from Evil Bong are back for a bigger hit!

Suffering from bizarre side-effects caused by smoking weed from the Evil Bong, they travel to South America in search of a cure. Deep in the jungle, they encounter the deadly KING BONG and are soon locked in a trippy – and hilarious – battle with their old nemesis Eebee and the dangerously sexy Poontang Tribe.

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Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong

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Made in 2011, Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong is the third film in the Evil Bong franchise. The movie is directed by Charles Band, written by Patrick Klepek, Domonic Muir and Kent Roudebush, and stars John Patrick Jordan, Christina DeRosa, and Irwin Keyes. Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong has a runtime of 1 hour & 27 minutes.

Synopsis:

An evil alien bong crashes on earth. Its intent: world domination. Our stoner heroes are sent to the alien bong planet and held captive by nude alien beauties. Their only hope to escape and save planet Earth: Eebee, the original Evil Bong.

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Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong

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2013’s Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is technically the fourth movie in the Evil Bong franchise. The film is directed by Charles Band, written by William Butler, Domonic Muir, and Kent Roudebush, and stars John Patrick Jordan, Robin Sydney, and Sonny Carl Davis. Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong has a runtime of 1 hour & 20 minutes.

Synopsis:

It’s a war of the colossal freaks when serial killing cookie, Gingerdead Man, tracks down the lone survivor of his murderous rampage, Sarah Leigh (Robin Sydney), to take care of unfinished business. But his devious plans go up in smoke when Sarah meets Larnell, who has a pint-sized problem of his own. The Evil Bong, Eebee, has been unleashed once again.

Bodies begin to pile up as Gingerdead Man carves a path for them. Their only salvation is to turn for help from the dastardly Evil Bong Eebee herself! It’s one tough cookie versus one bad trip mother when the two Titans of Terror hash out a war in the Bong World. The stakes have never been higher!

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Evil Bong 420

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Made in 2015, Evil Bong 420 is technically the fifth film in the Evil Bong franchise. The movie is directed by Charles Band, written by Band & Kent Roudebush, and stars Sonny Carl Davis, John Patrick Jordan, and Robin Sydney. Evil Bong 420 has a runtime of 53 minutes.

Synopsis:

Rabbit has escaped the Evil Bong’s World of Weed, and has opened a topless bowling alley. It’s the grand opening and the balls are rolling, the boobs are bouncing and the weed is plentiful. When his old friends, Larnell and Sarah Leigh stop by to help him celebrate his wacky new business venture, things are finally looking up for Rabbit, right? Wrong! Evil Bong is hot on Rabbit’s trail. With the help of the murderous Gingerdead Man, they crash the most balls out party of the century. But Gingerdead Man has plans of his own when he learns that the secret to becoming a real man is getting his cookies off.

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Evil Bong: High 5

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2016’s Evil Bong: High 5 is technically the sixth movie in the Evil Bong franchise. The film is directed by Charles Band, written by Band & Kent Roudebush, and stars Sonny Carl Davis, Robin Sydney, and Amy Paffrath. Evil Bong: High 5 has a runtime of 1 hour & 10 minutes.

Synopsis:

Learning from her previous mistakes, EeBee the Evil Bong is back and she’s stoner… er… stronger than ever. With Larnell, Sarah Leigh, Rabbit, Velicity and a lobotomized Gingerdead Man trapped in her dastardly web of weed, The Bong World, for good, she once more sets about her plan of world domination. This time, one toke at a time. EeBee has outsmarted everybody who has outsmarted her.

She teleports our hesher heroes back to earth to sell her magic ganja. But our bevy of baked soldiers, with the help of Hambo, the Badass Dolls and tons of surprises, have plans of their own and wage full-on guerilla weedfare. It’s up to our dopes to figure out Eebee’s new rules and stop her before humanity goes up in smoke. In the end, will our waster warriors celebrate with a High-5? Or will they be down low and too slow?

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Evil Bong 666

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Made in 2017, Evil Bong 666 is technically the seventh film in the Evil Bong franchise. The movie is directed by Charles Band, written by Band, Brockton McKinney, and Kent Roudebush, and stars Mindy Robinson, Diana Prince, and Jessica Morris. Evil Bong 666 has a runtime of 1 hour & 5 minutes.

Synopsis:

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!

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Evil Bong 777

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This year’s Evil Bong 777 is technically the eighth movie in the Evil Bong franchise. The film is directed by Charles Band, written by Band, Brockton McKinney, and Kent Roudebush, and stars Sonny Carl Davis, Robin Sydney, and Jessica Morris. Evil Bong 777 is out today on Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Full Moon Features’ streaming channels!

Synopsis:

With Eebee now out of “Sexy Hell” and heading to Las Vegas with danger on her tail. She’s joined by her whack pack of fabulous freaks – Faux Batty (Robin Sydney), Rabbit (Sonny Carl Davis), Misty (Jessica Morris) and The Gingerweed Man – and together the troupe gets into all manner of smutty, skunky, surreal and sex-soaked misadventure, including an encounter with a pompadour-sporting porno puppet stud named “Hellvis”.

Can Vegas handle this gaggle of ganja-fied goons?

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