The first bong was a sculpted water pipe. The second was a skull carved in wood hidden in a jungle. The new water pipe is alien and wants to invade our world. Every time, the same story is being retold and seasoned with the current theme. While this is a dark stoner comedy franchise, and while it still uses common tropes of horror films, it sadly gives up its slasher roots and resorts to humor.
The dialogue is weak. It is ironic because most scenes relie heavily on it. You might feel, after a while, that this one is the result of and was designed for an impaired mind. The humor is dorky, misses more than it hits, but the ambiance is warm. The film is colorful, visually stimulating. The directing, performances and visuals match the two previous films, so don't hold your breath, there.
Evil Bong 3 is the most sexual of all three films. It pretty much plays out like a teenage boy's fantasy, something not unlike Full Moon. The jokes are juvenile, as always. There's a mustached ninja with a mullet, sperm probing and plenty of nudity for immature minds. Evil Bong's pride should be animatronics, but the bongs are barely animated. Unfortunately, it's not much of a puppet show!