Cast: Dorothy Short, Kenneth
Craig, Lillian Miles, Dave O'Brien, Thelma White
Directed by Louis J.
A high school principal relates to a PTA
crowd the tale of the dangers of the evil drug known as marijuana.
In his tale, a couple known as Jack and Mae push the weed on
unsuspecting high school students . These students exhibit strange
behavior, including uncontrollable laughter and severe paranoia. The
laughter stops and the paranoia gets worse when one day a girl is
almost raped then shot due to a party gone wild.
This notorious film falls into the
category of "so bad it's good" for some, but other than a few moments
of hyperbole (such as the story of the boy who smoked reefer then
killed his family with an axe), this is over an hour of sheer
boredom. Everything is as poor as you can imagine, with shamelessly
poor acting, uninspiring direction, and a script that reeks more than
a truckstop diner bathroom. Easily one of the worst films I've ever
seen, and probably ever made. This is filmmaking at it's absolute