Movie Reviews – Evil Bong 2 || Sci Fi Junkies

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This is a surprisingly hilarious comedy aimed primarily at the college student/hippies type or indeed anyone who likes a smoke or sees the joke in it. It stars John Patrick Jordan (Prison Break: Proof of innocence) as the hilarious dead pan Larnell. We meet him as he has invited one of his college geek friends Allistair (played by Brett Chuckerman) over to help him with a slightly embarrassing problem, before he is able to utter out the problem one of his flatmates Bachman (played by Mitch Eakins [you can believe immediately from his demeanor alone he has probably smoked a few too many]) arrives, and soon afterwards passes out.

Where Larnell explains to Allistair that it happens all the time, as a result of smoking a particular bong, not that long afterwards there is a knock at the door, and in enters the morbidly obese Brett (played by Brian Lloyd), Allistair is shocked that Brett has put on so much weight within a matter of weeks, again as a result of smoking that particular bong they all had, this is where the comedy really shines through, as Larnell then reveals his embarrassing problem again as a result of smoking the bong.

There is a short cameo from the lovely Robin Sydney (Wicked Lake) as Luann, the girlfriend of Brett. A ever smiling delivery man who happened to know exactly where the original bong came from, enters the picture, and soon afterwards the three main progtagnosists with the delivery man find themselves in South America, with pieces of the original bong, when they get close to the source of nthe bong, it starts to speak much to the amusement of everyone else, and we meet the lovely Velicty (played by the delectable Amy Paffrath), who along with an older scientist are trying to find ways to use the plant to cure all kinds of ailments, but another entity called King Bong along with his array of scantily clad women has other ideas.

The repertoire and slanging matches between the two bongs Eebee voiced by Michele Mais and King Bong voiced by Michael A. Mais is hilarious all through even with the colourful language, and although is supposed to be horror, it is more comedy than anything else.

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Source by Dan Stevens

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