Reefer Movie Madness The Ultimate Stoner Film Guide Stoner films will never go mainstream but there s no doubt that with productions like Harold Kumar Knocked Up and Superbad this hazy subgenre draws crowds even beyond pot circles Shirley Halperin

  • Title: Reefer Movie Madness: The Ultimate Stoner Film Guide
  • Author: Shirley Halperin Steve Bloom
  • ISBN: 9781613120163
  • Page: 407
  • Format: ebook
  • Stoner films will never go mainstream, but there s no doubt that with productions like Harold Kumar, Knocked Up, and Superbad, this hazy subgenre draws crowds even beyond pot circles Shirley Halperin and Steve Bloom, the underground co authors of Pot Culture, have reemerged to provide the world with the ultimate stoner film guide Toting no fewer than 420 film revieStoner films will never go mainstream, but there s no doubt that with productions like Harold Kumar, Knocked Up, and Superbad, this hazy subgenre draws crowds even beyond pot circles Shirley Halperin and Steve Bloom, the underground co authors of Pot Culture, have reemerged to provide the world with the ultimate stoner film guide Toting no fewer than 420 film reviews, Reefer Movie Madness boots the gong with details about the actors, directors, and musicians of these drug fueled dramas, scary thrillers, and zany slap fests Not to imbibed while driving.

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    One thought on “Reefer Movie Madness: The Ultimate Stoner Film Guide”

    1. Reefer Movie Madness: The Ultimate Stoner Film Guide by Shirley Halperin and Steve Bloom (Abrams Image 2010) (791.43). This seems to be an exhaustive listing of movies that make reference to drugs of any kind. The films all seem to be here, and they are categorized by type of drug shown (e.g alcohol, cocaine, marijuana, pills, etc.). I think that though the authors are technically correct when they chose to include tobacco as a drug, they are really picking nits when they made it an entire categ [...]

    2. You should ignore the cover art and name, this is a book that covers cocaine, heroine, LSD, mushrooms, sex, liquor, violence, bank heists, and hookers etc all the cool shit that makes for great movies. It's a goldmine.

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