Drugs & the Counterculture

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"Marijuana, 1968" features a glassy-eyed Sonny Bono as the host of this educational farce. This time around the filmmakers are going to give you the straight facts on pot smoking and let you decide whether or not to partake in this illegal activity. Did you know it's a fact that you can be so stoned you can forget you're driving a car? Did you know it's a fact that marijuana can give you a horrifying hallucinogenic trip that turns you...Read More
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Join HIGH TIMES for the world's biggest pot party in Amsterdam judging the world's top strains. The 20th Anniversary Cannabis Cup DVD is loaded with over 60 minutes of performances (exclusive Redman performance), interviews and non-stop smoking and judging of the biggest and best buds in the world. The Cannabis Cup is a week long celebration of marijuana in all forms. People of all walks of life from many different and diverse countri...Read More
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Since 1983, acclaimed international cannabis cultivation writer Jorge Cervantes has sold over 500,000 copies of his book Indoor Marijuana Horticulture, while contributing common sense advice about marijuana growing to dozens of publications including a monthly Q+A column in HIGH TIMES. Now, for the first time, the worlds ultimate ganja guide brings his expertise to an instructional DVDtaking you step-by-step from seeds and clones to ...Read More
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Hunter S. Thompson meets Barry McKenzie in this dark nonfiction comedy about a real-life, legendary but down-and-out tabloid television journalist who heads to Hawaii to film a marijuana travel series, only to become lost in a fog of drugs, sex and paranoia as he uncovers a secret government war to control the marijuana trade. The film touches on the controversial federal prosecution of marijuana advocate Roger Christie and his THC Mi...Read More
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The fun and fascinating story of harvesting, cultivation and smuggling of marijuana in America.
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At the height of the Bush administration, Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong was charged with selling bongs over the internet and sentenced to nine months in federal prison. As part of the government's $12 million 'Operation Pipe Dreams' drug paraphernalia sting operation, Chong, a vocal opponent of Bush's handling of the War on Terror, was singled out among 55 defendants to serve time. Filmmaker Josh Gilbert captures the post-prison, av...Read More