GINGERDEAD MAN VS. EVIL BONG (2013) Reviews and overview


Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is a 2013 American comedy horror film directed by Charles Band from a screenplay written by Kent Roudebush (Evil Bong 666; Ooga Booga; et al). The Full Moon Features production is about a battle between the namesake characters from two of their film series, The Gingerdead Man and Evil Bong.


The demonic serial killer Gingerdead Man is on an island, being fanned by topless women. He plans to murder Sarah Leigh, and the scene switches to Larnell, who is running a store. Larnell then goes to buy a cookie, and the film switches to Sarah Leigh flash backing to The Gingerdead Man movie. The Gingerdead Man kills two people working at the bakery and searches for Sarah Leigh.

The Gingerdead Man tracks down the lone survivor of his earlier murderous rampage, Sarah Leigh. But his murderous plans are thwarted when Sarah meets Larnell, who has a problem of his own: the evil bong, Eebee, has been unleashed once again. Bodies begin to pile up as the Gingerdead Man carves a path of mayhem. The only hope for Sarah and Larnell is to seek help from the dastardly Bong…


Gingerdead Man Vs. Evil Bong is little more than a series of unrelated scenes and characters with little concern for plot and zero thought put into pacing. I cannot fathom why Band, who directed, continues to hire Kent Roudebush to write his scripts; none of his output […] has been the least bit redeeming.” Broke Horror Fan

“This is what happens when digital technology meets with old school props and makeup, when a stoner’s laid-back approach mixes with just enough ambition and financing to get the film printed and distributed.” Missoula Independent

“A lot of the scenes are still superfluous, but it doesn’t matter because they’re mostly fun. Especially seeing how they decided to bring the two franchises together. It’s so much more simple than I would have guessed, but they come together quite naturally.” Silver Emulsion Film Reviews

“There is plenty of nudity, an abundance of one-liners, returning characters and pseudo-cameos, but no truly mobile critter. A good horror icon “versus” film should have a script that unites both universes and serve both antagonists. It’s the case here, but, sadly, it doesn’t know whether it wants to be a horror movie or a stoner comedy…” Tales of Terror

Cast and characters:

Robin Sydney as Sarah Leigh / Luann
Tian Wang as Asian Tourist
Mindy Robinson as Poontang Girl #1 / Bikini Girl #1
Timothy A. Bennett as Customer
Orson Chaplin as Hesher #2
Ryan Curry as Larry
Sonny Carl Davis as Rabbit
The Don as String
Joss Glennie-Smith as Hesher #1
Chanell Heart as Poontang Girl #2 / Bikini Girl #3
John Patrick Jordan as Larnell
Jinhee Joung as Asian Wife
John Karyus as The Gingerdead Man Mouth
Victoria Levine as Debbie
Masuimi Max as Uber Poontang Girl / Bikini Girl #2
Amy Paffrath as Velicity
Chance A. Rearden as Hambo
Megan Steele as Body Double


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