I’ll be out of action until august due to band-related commitments (a short tour of the Northeast, followed by a hopefully-also-short hunt for a new guitar-player), but I wanted to leave you all with at least a bit of new material to show for the summer so far. To that end:

Marihuana: The Weed with Roots in Hell (1936), in which we see that at least one participant in the mid-30’s dopesploitation boom had some vague idea what he was talking about…

Prey for Rock & Roll (2003), in which a burned-out 80’s punk chick airs her mid-life crisis in movie form, and some of it hits pretty close to home…

The Sensuous Nurse (1975), in which greedy heirs hire Ursula Andress to screw their rich, old uncle to death so that they can sell a controling interest in the family business to Jack Palance…

and…

Wolf (1994), in which Jack Nicholson discovers that lycanthropy just might be the secret to getting ahead in the publishing business.



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