Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Movies to Watch for High Christmas

A lot of people believe that movies are better seen when one is high on marijuana. But there are some movies that have proven to be better than others if they are watched when one is high. They make you laugh harder,  have fun with friends and enjoy an evening better generally.
The following is a list of movies that you can watch this Xmas in your sofa:

The Big Lebowski
Jeff Bridges plays Jeff Lebowski in this movie where he has the same name as a millionaire whose wife owes a lot of people so much money. Thugs attempt to force him to pay a debt that he does not know anything about. He accepts a high-paying job in a bid to get a lot of money to pay off the debt, but this leads him to more trouble. Soon, he has so many people after him. Can he escape them all?

In 1987, a college graduate takes a summer job at a local amusement park to pay for his expenses. In the park, he falls in love with a coworker, and he learns a lot about life, love, and other things. Rather than being a mere job, it becomes more of an educational experience for him. The movie stars Kristen Stewart and Jesse Eisenberg.

Beavis & Butt-Head Do America
This is an animated road comedy movie based on the hit MTV show, Beavis and Butt-Head. The movie stars Bruce Willis, Demi Moore and a host of other stars. Two teenagers wake up to find out that their television set has been stolen and they embark on a long journey across America to recover it, they face a lot of obstacles on the way, and they experience an adventure like never before. They encounter some ex-Motley Crue roadies, a smuggler of a deadly virus, a weird FBI agent and some more funny characters.

Up in Smoke
This is a true stoner movie that any marijuana lover must watch. It is about two stoners who unknowingly smuggle a van made of marijuana from Mexico to Los Angeles with a cop chasing after them. They were forced to drive the truck in order to meet up with a gig that they were due to play. The movie stars the all time classic duo Cheech and Chong.

Hansel & Gretel Get Baked
This movie is a retelling of the popular fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm. In this movie, a brother and sister fight a witch that uses a unique blend of marijuana to entice young people to her home. She then kills and eats them in order to maintain their youth and beauty. One lesson, any marijuana lover will learn from this movie is that you must trust just a few reliable dealers.


Monday, December 18, 2017

Cheech Marin Returns to Pot Movies in Action Thriller DARK HARVEST

DARK HARVEST is Cheech Marin's first cannabis movie since Still Smokin, his final Cheech and Chong film in 1983. The new movie will be available on all digital platforms on January 9. In addition to Marin, who was recently hired by California as the perfect pitchman to help enroll cannabis businesses into the state system, the film stars James Hutson, A.C. Peterson, Tygh Runyan and Hugh Dillon. Dark Harvest is written and directed by James Hutson. The producers are James Hutson, Marc Petey, P. Lynn Johnson and Tim Laplante. The executive producer is Seth Willenson.

Dark Harvest chronicles the struggles of two growers and a suspended narcotics officer as they deal with a series of murders on the eve of marijuana legalization. The film is a gripping independent vision full of revelations as the two race to find the killer in this action thriller.

Dark Harvest is the first directorial effort of actor James Hutson. A protege of Ben Kingsley, Hutson studied at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England. Under Kingsley's direction, he played Vladimir in Waiting For Godot. The veteran actor has played roles ranging from Richard III to American Buffalo's 'Teach'. Hutson's film career launched after being a 'reader' during casting for Insomnia and Reindeer Games where directors John Frankenheimer and Chris Nolan cast Hutson, and hired him for rehearsal sessions with Al Pacino, Robin Williams, Charlize Theron and Ben Affleck. Hutson is a veteran of the cannabis industry, which lends a strong sense of authenticity to Dark Harvest taking you behind the scenes.

Cheech and Chong met in Vancouver, the setting for Dark Harvest, in the 1970's and launched their comedy career with the iconic smash hit Up in Smoke.

Dark Harvest was featured at the New York Cannabis Festival winning both best film and best actor awards, the Cannabis Film Festival in Colorado and a special screening at the High Times Cannabis Cup Festival in Las Vegas.

Saturday, December 09, 2017

Cheech and Chong Up in Smoke 40th Anniversary Blu-Ray

Tommy Chong told variety that they're working on a Cheech and Chong Up in Smoke 40th Anniversary Blu-Ray.

First of all, very few people own a Blu-Ray player.  Second of all, Cheech Marin and Lou Adler did a great job on the Up in Smoke DVD commentary already.  Tommy wasn't included allegedly because relations between Tommy and Lou Adler weren't that great at the time.

Why did Variety interview Tommy?  Because Eminem (remember him?) has a new single which samples Earache My Eye (the song written by Gaye Delorme which allegedly Tommy Chong finagled his way into the writing credits).

Cheech and Chong Working on Cheech and Chong Documentary

Tommy Chong told Variety that they are working on a Cheech and Chong documentary.  This is odd being Josh Gilbert already did what was essentially a Cheech and Chong doc, a/k/a Tommy Chong.

Josh did an awesome job and included lots of rare C&C many that the film cost a fortune.