Movie night at the cannabis dispensary

In Up in Smoke they drive a panel fan that is built out of solidified cannabis, how crazy is that? My personal number one marijuana-influenced film of all time is Dazed & Confused, because it shows how real people used cannabis to socialize as well as relieve stress

For twenty years I was a university teacher who specialized in film studies. I retired from that to become an author, as well as have written a series of books examining the history of weird sub-genres of film. I may be old as well as salty, but I still love what I do. Sometimes I get bored, which is how I managed to start a Movie Night at the local cannabis dispensary. I was in the store one day, buying my bi-weekly allotment of marijuana, as well as struck up a conversation with the store manager. He was looking for ways to bring current people into the smokers lounge, as well as I commanded a bi-weekly movie night focusing on the great cannabis movies of all time. My associate and I don’t see a lot of cannabis comedies any more, but there is a 50 year history of films that celebrate the hemp plant as well as its ability to make people laugh. Of course my great friend and I all know about the great ones, like the series of movies by Cheech & Chong that celebrate the ludicrous nature of cannabis smokers. In Up in Smoke they drive a panel fan that is built out of solidified cannabis, how crazy is that? My personal number one marijuana-influenced film of all time is Dazed & Confused, because it shows how real people used cannabis to socialize as well as relieve stress. There are also more ribald cannabis comedies, like Grandma’s Boy as well as Half Baked, which are more crude as well as vulgar but also quite funny. If you live in the area, come on down to the cannabis dispensary on Wednesday night for the next movie screening.

 

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