Evil Bong 777 is a 2018 American comedy horror feature film produced and directed by Charles Band from a screenplay written by Kent Roudebush (Evil Bong movies; Ooga Booga), based on a storyline by Charles Band and Brockton McKinney (Rodney Cecil: Psycho Hero; Sick and the Dead).
Scowling weed-spewing Eebee is heading to Sin City – Las Vegas – with danger on her tail! She’s joined by her whack pack of fabulous freaks: Faux Batty, Rabbit, Misty, and The Gingerweed Man…
Reviews [click links to read more]:
“Everything is just as lazy, cheap, and uninspired as the previous several entries in the series. Lots o’ garbage green-screening, even more horrid and obnoxious acting (the clown chick… I …no, just no), poor usage of lame puppets […] and the most creatively-bankrupt use of pot – both in punny reference and physical appearance – and nudity.” Allusions of Grandeur
“I like the cheese laden script here, especially when it leads to Rabbit’s one liners or more “boop” related humor than one movie should be able to withstand. This one isn’t all that crazy, but it does offer a lot of wackiness, wild lines, and colorful characters. So despite the zany tones, some good bursts of madness shine through here.” Marc Fusion
“There are plenty of young women who show off their shaved naughty bits, but the humor is simply too broad to elicit many laughs, and the horror is too toned down to be particularly effective. Performances are pretty good, though. As far as Full Moon’s long line of films go, this is far from its shining hour.” Rock! Shock! Pop!
“Full Moon is no stranger to pushing the boundaries of taste, but this felt like Full Moon going more towards the Troma-style of raunchy comedy than ever before. Whether you like the scene or not, you will remember it, and your mind will be forever warped because of it.” Silver Emulsion Film Reviews
“There isn’t really a plot to speak of. Everyone just wanders aimlessly from one encounter to the next before the film’s climax. And that literally runs out of power and stops in its tracks. And then comes the “twist” that sets up the next sequel. It’s all very depressingly by the numbers.” Voices from the Balcony
Evil Bong 777 was released digitally on April 20, 2018, via Full Moon Features, with DVD and Blu-ray releases to follow later in the year.
Sonny Carl Davis … Rabbit
Robin Sydney … Faux Batty
Jessica Morris … Misty
Mindy Robinson … Phoebe
The Don … Beelzebud
Caleb Hurst … Hesher One
Adam Noble Roberts … Hesher Two
Circus-Szalewski … Joe Cracker
Kevin Harrison Sweeney … Redder Neck [as K.H. Sweeney]
Tania Kae … Versnatchy
Elina Madison … Rhonda VU
Jillian Janson … Friscilla
Tanya Tate … Spylft Driver
Leya Falcon … Escort
Aspect ratio: 1.78: 1