A nerdy bookish student named Alister moves in with a group of stoners and he's soon going to regret it.
Whilst his 3 new friends spend the vast majority of their time getting stoned, Alister chooses not to participate saying that he needs all his brain cells for his studies. So, as Alister studies, or rather tries to, his new friends get high and mooch around either sleeping or playing video games.
One day while perusing a copy of High Times, the guys see an advertisement for a supposedly haunted bong and decide that they must buy it.
Naturally, they don't really believe that any danger will befall them but they are sadly mistaken.
Turns out that if you smoke from the bong when you fall asleep, the bong will take your spirit. Everything seems ok at first in the dream world, after all, who's going to find a topless bar threatening? As expected the guys find it to be a very nice place to pass the time, but the dancers in this bar are not as friendly as one would like.
This is a good fun movie with lots of little stoner references, although admittedly most of them went over my head until they were pointed out to me, like the bit with the clocks as mentioned in another review. I have no idea what the reference is but my lack of understanding in no way detracts from my enjoyment of the film.
My main reason for enjoying this is because it's a Full Moon release and is jam-packed with cameos from their other films. So we get to see not only the Gingerdead Man and Ooga Booga but Jack Deth too.
Not the best film ever but fans of stoner movies or Full Moon will get a kick out of this.
The only real downside to the film is in its overuse of the Monster Bra line that Charles Band created, of which more is explained on the extras as there is a fairly decent sized segment about the Full Moon Roadshow which is highly entertaining.