Harold is back. Kumar is back. NPH is back. That’s right, you knew this was coming, but you had no idea that it would be this ridiculous. And by ridiculous, I mean ridiculously funny. The folks who are marketing Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay have released a raunchy new red-band trailer via the film’s official website. It is one of those trailers that is the definition of red-band, wrought with cursing, drug references and all-around mischief. And who doesn’t like all of that stuff, right?

As for the film, it looks dumb. But just like the first film, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, dumb translated into one hell of a good time. Admitedly, I was not excited about this film — until I saw this trailer. Hopefully it will be much of the same for you. Enjoy.

Beware though, this trailer contains Adult Content. Send the kiddies out of the room now.

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Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay hits theaters on April 25, 2008.

Up for Discussion: Will you be seeing Harold & Kumar 2?


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