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For years, Hollywood has extolled the TV watching and excessive Funyun consumption that accompany heavy marijuana smoking as lighthearted fun. But in the 1930s, one film was brave enough to tell it like it is: Reefer Madness. Crime, deceit, murder, casual sex and ragtime piano are all shown as inevitable consequences of that first puff of Reefer. This story is told through the riveting medium of forty year old actors portraying high schoolers, interrupted every fifteen minutes for a stern lecture from a hideous, bespectacled man.
As with all things that took place before we were born, it is different, and therefore hilarious. Mike Nelson, Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett of RiffTrax.com and Mystery Science Theater 3000 are on hand to provide a intentionally hilarious commentary track to this masterpiece of unintentional comedy.
Great movie all on it's own, even better with the guys from mst3k!Published 7 months ago by Mardi Birch
Let me start by saying that when you take Reefer Madness, an already strange and funky cult film, and combine it with riffs from Mike, Kevin and Bill, you are in for a hilariously... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Deidre Ann
Pretty slow , even though the movie was funny. I didn't even watch the whole thing. Would not recommend at all.Published on August 13, 2013 by Cindy G
Being very anti-drug person - the movie in itself shows insight into the difference from the 1930's perspective of anti-drug (Pot) and how riddiculous they thought pot affected... Read morePublished on August 6, 2012 by Scott M