Watch Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong
- 1 hr 20 min
Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is a horror-comedy film directed by Charles Band, released in 2013. The movie features some iconic characters from Full Moon Features' franchises, including The Gingerdead Man from Gingerdead Man and Evil Bong from Evil Bong. It is the crossover of the two franchises and is an entertaining and goofy ride for horror fans. The movie is set in a bakery named "Baker's Dozen", run by a woman named Sarah Leigh (played by Michelle Mais), who inherited the bakery from her grandmother. Sarah is struggling to keep the bakery running and decides to make special Christmas cookies using a possessed gingerbread mix. Unbeknownst to her, the mix used to make the cookies contains the spirit of The Gingerdead Man. Meanwhile, Sarah's friends Larnell (played by John Patrick Jordan) and Luanne (played by Robin Sydney) are trying to go for a wild ride with their friends with the help of an evil bong called "Eebee", which is known for making users' wildest dreams come true. However, when Eebee brings the Gingerdead Man to life, he becomes a dangerous and cunning killer hell-bent on causing chaos and destruction. The rest of the movie follows the battle and mishaps the characters face, including a wild car chase through a shopping mall, a sleigh ride, and a final showdown between The Gingerdead Man and Eebee. Without giving too much away, the movie's ending is unpredictable and leaves viewers laughing and horrified all at once. Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is a parody of horror classics, filled with cliches and over-the-top fun. It is entertaining and enjoyable for anyone who has a love for horror-comedy. The movie is not for everyone, as some might find it crass and immature. However, for those who get the humor and the nods to B-movie culture, Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is a worthwhile watch. The acting is a mixed bag, with some actors hamming it up and others playing it straight. John Patrick Jordan, Robin Sydney, and Sonny Carl Davis, who play Larnell, Luanne, and Rabbit, respectively, are the standout performances. Their chemistry and comedic timing make the movie genuinely funny, and they elevate the material even when it gets silly. The special effects, though not groundbreaking, are decent enough to keep the audience engaged. The practical effects used for The Gingerdead Man are impressive and show a level of care and attention to detail. The special effects used for Eebee are also fun to watch, and the filmmakers make good use of her abilities to create some of the movie's most memorable scenes. Overall, Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is a movie for people who love to laugh and have fun with horror. It is not a movie that takes itself seriously, and it is all the better for it. The movie's corny jokes, puns, and slap-stick humor might not be everyone's cup of tea, but for those who appreciate this kind of humor, this film is well worth your time.