Evil Bong 2: King Bong

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Released 2009

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Evil Bong 2: King Bong

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Director:
Charles Band
Released:
2009
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Evil Bong 2: King Bong, the sequel to 2006's Evil Bong, is a 2009 comedy/horror film directed by Charles Band. After taking hits from the evil bong nicknamed Eebee (Michele Mais), Larnell (John Patrick Jordan), Bachman (Mitch Eakins), and Brett (Brian Lloyd) are now experiencing some bad side effects. The men have narcolepsy, excessive weight gain, and uncontrollable sexual urges. After Larnell's friend Alister (Brett Chukerman) becomes concerned, the group asks Rabbit (Sonny Davis), the person who sold them the bong, to tell them more about it. When they learn that Eebee came from South America's Amazon rainforest, the men decide to head there to find a way to cure their symptoms. Once there, they find magical marijuana farmed by the Poontang Tribe, which causes Eebee to regain her former power. As the stoners battle against their old arch nemesis, they also find themselves facing an even more sinister threat from King Bong (Michael A. Shepard), Eebee's male counterpart.
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    Comedy, Drama, Horror

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    Supernatural, Cult, B-Movie Horror