TV Movie | R | | Comedy, Drama, Horror
An outrageous tongue-in-cheek musical comedy adaptation of the classic anti-marijuana propaganda film Reefer Madness (1936).
During the orgy dance number, one of the dancers is, in reality, director Andy Fickman's wife, and another dancer is Christian Campbell's real life girlfriend. Since the film was shot in Canada, the remaining dancers were actually Canadian strippers hired to do the dance sequence.
I feel a little naughty.
Ralph Wiley: Baby I'll help you relax!
Mary Lane: I'll tie you up with phone cord. We'll play with whips and nipple clips and candle wax!
Ralph Wiley: Now hold on, Mary Sunshine. Let's not get carried away!
Mary Lane: Just call me Mary Juana and Mary's got some scary ...
Ralph Wiley: ...
In the movie FDR delivers a Presidential pardon to Jimmy. In reality, the President doesn't have the right to issue a pardon for a crime under state law, such as murder.
After the end credits roll, Satan appears in Heaven and laughs at the audience.