This relentless, dry heat really puts one in the mood to check out flicks that take place in the desert. Or feature intense, searing heat. This lesser seen, diamond in the rough from Cinemarijuana Theatre spirit animal Sam Peckinpah features both. From 1970, it's 'The Ballad of Cable Hogue'.
Once again, Las Películas Sábados Gigantes at The Cinemarijuana Theatre goes international. All the way from Sweden comes the 2013 examination of friendship in the era of Punk and Post-Punk: We Are the Best! Lust, romance, action, strife, conflict, rock & roll, and teen angst all combine to form a musical adolescent stew of some kind. Okay well now that this thing is starting to get odd, it's probably time we urged you to click that "play" button. We can get through this thing a whole lot quicker if you do...
STAR TREK REVISITED continues at The Cinemarijuana Theatre. Tonight, we take on 1986's audience favorite Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home. Leonard Nimoy's second crack at directing one of these goddamn things. How did he fare this time around? You have to press that 'Play' button to find out!
Tonight's podcast is brought to you by Nintendo! Get the power, Nintendo power! Hop on board a Hostess truck and hit the road with us as we take a look at 1989's 90 min Nintendo commercial: The Wizard, starring Fred Savage & Jenny Lewis. I love this podcast, it's so bad.
STAR TREK REVISITED continues at The Cinemarijuana Theatre, and it couldn't come at a more appropriate time. With the latest installment of the Abrams-verse dropping oh so recently, it seems we may need the original crew more than ever. Or do we? Widely hailed as one of the worst films in the series, we bring you our discussion about Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984).
For weeks now, Cinemarijuana Theatre regular Conde has been harassing... nay haranguing us to take a look at some anime films. Finally, planets aligned, and this became a thing that we did. Join us, won't you? As we delved into the Fur-tastic world of 2015's The Boy and the Beast.
Things got saccharine sweet this time around for Las Películas Sábados Gigantes at The Cinemarijuana Theatre. What many of us thought would be an educational treatise on the horrors of cigarette smoking turned out to be a love story so touching that the aisles of The Cinemarijuana Theatre became a river of tears. From 2009: 'I Love You Phillip Morris'
We're going to try something NEW tonight! In a Cinemarijuana first, we watched BOTH VERSIONS of Hairspray and then bullshitted about them. Basically, we want to try and make some sense of the GENERATIONISM that this (and many other films) face. Let's burn a fresh hole in the ozone layer with this one!