What Would You Do If Your Mama Was A Hooker?
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on July 14, 2013
Von Ryan’s Express
Kiss Me Deadly
Pickup On South Street
It Came From Outer Space
The Landlord (1970)
Day Of The Jackal
The Great St. Louis Bank Robbery (1959)
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Dusty And Sweets McGee
The Hot Rock (1972)
Ace In The Hole 1950
Milano Caliber 9
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on May 20, 2013
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on June 14, 2012
✩ Ghost Lusters
✩ Ego Death and Self-Control Cybernetics
✩ Pimp My Altar
✩ White Supremacists Support Barack Obama
✩ Dr. KENNETH ANGER on Flickr
✩ Virgin Mary Brain Scan
✩ Rosemary’s Baby – Dream Sequence
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on May 8, 2012
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on December 10, 2011
Go Ask Alice is a controversial 1971 book about the life of a troubled teenage girl. The book purports to be the actual diary of an anonymous teenage girl who became addicted to drugs, and is presented as a testimony against drug use. The diarist’s name is never given in the book.
The story caused a sensation when published and remains in print as of 2011. Revelations about the book’s origin have caused much doubt as to its authenticity and factual accounts, and the publishers have listed it as a work of fiction since at least the mid-late 1980s. Although it is still published under the byline “Anonymous”, press interviews and copyright records suggest that it is largely or wholly the work of its purported editor, Beatrice Sparks. Some of the days and dates referenced in the book put the timeline from 1968 until 1970.
The title is from the lyrics to the Jefferson Airplane song “White Rabbit“. Grace Slick wrote the song based on perceived drug references in the classic novel Alice In Wonderland. (On July 14 [page 36 of the 2006 edition], the writer says she “feel[s] like Alice in Wonderland” and “maybe Lewis G. Caroll [sic] was on drugs too.”)
The book was made into an ABC Movie of the Week in 1973.
Look for brief appearances from future AMERICAN GRAFFITI stars MacKenzie Phillips (as a 14-year-old doper) and Charlie Martin Smith (playing a student in search of drugs), plus Robert Carradine as a long-haired stoner.
Conjured by o~ SeMeN SPeRmS ~o on August 14, 2011