Back-to-school special: Moving away from scare tactics, cannabis education aimed at young adults gets a much-needed upgrade. Read here.
I spoke with Good & Green’s Jeanette VanderMarel about bringing quality and equality to the cannabis industry. Read here.
The distinction between medicinal marijuana and its more recreational sibling remains as foggy to some as a hit of strong sativa. Read here.
Landlords and condo boards in Canada might oppose, but tenants have more rights than they realize. Read here.
Medical properties could make cannabis an attractive alternative to current treatments for abuse, and possibly, the epidemic as a whole. Read here.
Up Cannabis’ event courted public opinion with music, food and celebrity – all without breaking the rules. Read here.
With quality control a looming issue in the industry, how do consumers tell the top-shelf from the bottom? Read here.
From cultivation and management to branding and investment, courses reach far across the occupational spectrum. Read here.
Written for Rue Morgue. It took CHILD EATER writer and director Erlingur Óttar Thoroddsen less than a year to switch gears completely. The Icelandic director’s second feature film, RIFT (RÖKKUR) is a road trip away from the visceral terror of his first, being called everything from “minimalist horror” to a “gay thriller.” It’s a dense and tension-riddled… Read More EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: CHILD EATER CREATOR ERLINGUR ÓTTAR THORODDSEN TALKS HIS NEW FEATURE “RIFT” (RÖKKUR)
Written for Rue Morgue. Six college kids, one road trip, one blown out tire. You don’t even have to do the math to know that some poor final girl is going to be flicking bits of arrogant jock and obnoxious blonde off her shoes by the end of the first act. Not so fast, though.… Read More EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: VERSUS/MIDNIGHT MEAT TRAIN DIRECTOR RYUHEI KITAMURA TALKS “DOWNRANGE”