Release dateOctober 29, 2013 (2013-10-29) (United States) WriterWilliam Butler (character: Gingerdead Man), Domonic Muir (characters: Gingerdead Man & Eebee), Kent Roudebush ScreenplayWilliam Butler, Domonic Muir, Kent Roudebush CastVictoria De Mare, John Patrick Jordan, Sonny Carl Davis, John Karyus, Victoria Levine, Amy Paffrath Similar moviesRelated Charles Band movies
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Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong is a 2013 American crossover horror comedy film produced by Full Moon Features, about a battle between the namesake characters from two other film series, The Gingerdead Man and Evil Bong. The film was released October 29, 2013 on the Full Moon Features website as streaming video, with wider release November 12, 2013.
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. Flashbacks from the previous Evil Bong movies are shown. Larnell then goes to buy a cookie, and the film switches to Sarah Leigh flash backing to The Gingerdead Man movie. Larnell walks in the bakery from the first Gingerdead Man film and asks Sarah Leigh if she could visit his store, and they do just that. 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. The Gingerdead Man is seen at the end of the movie sitting on a rock, saying "And now that's the way the cookie crumbles."
JoBlo praised the trailer, writing that it was "hilariously awful". Missoula Independent praised the film for its bringing together two of Full Moon's favorite series. The reviewer was disturbed by the film's first scenes but stated that the film got better as it progressed.