Saturday, March 17, 2018
ATL Screens The Love Witch
on Sat, Mar 17, 2018 at 7:30 AM
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Arcata Theatre Lounge's new Monday night Hollywood Clapback film series offers up The Love Witch (2016) on Monday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. ($5).
Jefferson Beauregard Express. With a mellow cornbread, Brill Cream and Klansman hood scent, this Indica offspring of Reefer Madness and Jim Crow rolls up on you like a black SUV full of federal agents and shuts down your anxiety about Jeff Sessions overriding California's cannabis legalization and seizing the very product that you were counting on to get you through this presidency. AI. The frying motherboard smell of this one lingers.
I forgot what a thrill the first heady hits are and how much of an upper this plant is for me. I am firing on all cylinders and ready to report in the midst of this fantastic time-dilation. Over at the Siren's Song tonight it's 33 and a Third Thursday, an old skool (that's how cool people spell that word — don't question it) vinyl spin-off is going down with two of the most talented collectors working the 1s and 2s in the 707 presiding.
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