It’s time for your monthly cannabis and cinema matchups!
Hello, Dockside Canna-sseurs/Cinemaphiles! I got busy and didn’t have the opportunity to provide you all with my wonderfully awesome cinema & cannabis pairings in October so this is my hybrid October spooky films/November Thanksgiving flicks recommendations! Hooray! Please enjoy!
Dracula/Frankenstein/Wolf Man/Creature from the Black Lagoon (aka Universal Monsters movies) with Coastal Cannabis’ Loctite – This Gorilla Glue cannabis hybrid will likely not turn you into a beast but it’ll sure make watching other people turn into beasts FAR more entertaining!
Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) with Firebros’ Lemon Alien Dawg Rosin – Do you feel like an alien, dawg? If not, this awesome horror/sci-fi classic in which people look just like themselves but they sure are acting funny will make you feel pretty weird. In a great way. Hopefully.
TRIPLE FEATURE ALERT! Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho, Rear Window, and The Birds with Leaph’s LA Confidential Rosin – This relaxing indica rosin is a perfect pairing with the spooky tension Hitchcock was the master of. You can literally never go wrong with a Hitchcock film. Or LA Confidential!
The Bad Seed with Evergreen Herbal CBD Sugar – Some things (and people) look sweet but have, well, something bubbling under the surface. Sometimes it’s something dark like in the case of sweet little blonde darling, Rhoda Penmark. Sometimes it’s the awesome magic of CBD sugar (1:1 CBD:THC and 10:1 CBD:THC varieties available). In real life, I prefer CBD. But in the movies I sure do enjoy a little evil, especially in a most unexpected package.
DOUBLE FEATURE ALERT! The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari/Nosferatu with Top Shelf Dutch Hawaiian – Sometimes, when I watch very dark movies I like to pair them with an almost impossibly joyful strain. A little dark and a little light. So when I watch crazy artsy weird old movies or creepy old vampire flicks a little of the magically euphoric Dutch Hawaiian really give me a well balanced and awesome experience. Add blanket, tea, and rainy day and you’ve got the whole package.