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I am not a stoner, and I have never seen any of the movies, so I am going off of the comments on IMDB, YouTube and Amazon for this, but I think that a fantastic selection for the podcast would be the movie Evil Bong. It's about three stoners who get a possessed bong from the back of a magazine that... I don't even know. I can't tell, the trailer is terrible, here, try to decypher it yourself: http://youtu.be/a6hT0qFnucM The second movie is called Evil Bong 2: King Bong and the third is Evil Bong 3: Wrath of Bong. I figure these would make a good movie to watch close to the end of April. And since there are three of them you could have the same guest on each time. Now, if only there were a comedian that loves both Pot and Movies. Hmm... If only there were someone who dug both marijuana and the cinema. Maybe if there were some comic who had a weekly podcast with a nearly impossible to describe movie based game that the guests constantly mess up while playing. What I'm saying is make it up to Doug Benson and have him watch these too. Though they seem pretty terrible, so it might be more of an additional punishment in addition to the Twilight films.
I'll come out and admit this right now: I haven't watched this film and, according to the box office report on the wikipedia page, no one else did, either. However, I was looking through the recently added to Netflix list and this movie happened to be on it, so I decided to look into it. The main premise, the premise the movie sells itself on, is that two people meet, fall in love, have sex, then find out they might be siblings. And it just gets crazier from there. There are random twists, stupid character choices, and all the incest humor you never asked for. It seems like a remarkably bad movie and, now that it's on Netflix, it seems like the perfect time to give it watch.
One of my personal favorite bad movies is the 2001 "remake" of How to Make a Monster. With characters named Hardcore, Bug, and Sol (as in King Solomon) making a video game called Evilution, how could this not be a classic? Did I mention Clea Duvall and Tyler Mane are in it? Oh, and Julie Strain makes a topless cameo appearance (that one's to sell Jason on it.) Hyde from That 70s Show also makes a cameo, looking like he just walked off that set on to this one. It's pretty well-acted, pretty snappy, but it's a nonsense script that defies its own internal logic whenever convenient. Definitely worth watching! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbnqW0U7Zt4