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The Movie Hollywood Didn’t Want Made Comes Out On Digital Download

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, April 25, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Are you hungover from all the 420 “festivities? Do you still want to keep the 420 party going? The perfect solution for both is sitting down and watching Grow House starring Lil Duval, DeRat Davis, Martin Starr, Faizon Love, Raquel Lee, Malcolm McDowell and Snoop Dogg.

Grow House is now available for digital download at GrowHouseMovie.com.

This seemingly innocent comedy, written and directed by DJ Pooh, co-writer with Ice Cube of the FRIDAY franchise (New Line Cinema), with plenty of light-hearted cannabis-related connective tissue, almost never got made. From the content in the movie trailers all the way to the images on the movie posters, Hollywood made the production of Grow House as complicated as ever. There is one major difference between Grow House and other stoner flicks: In Grow House, cannabis is the star. In Grow House, it’s the main attraction. And that just doesn’t fly with the Hollywood elite. Which is why this film ended up being made independently.

“It was one of the hardest movies to make; everything that could go wrong did go wrong and at the time marijuana was still largely illegal in the country,” said the films Producer Marcus Morton (You Got Served, 3 Strikes, etc). “When you see all the trials that end up as comedy the guys go through in the film trying to get their grow business going, well lets just say making this film we had those same complications. I felt like I was in a ‘twilight zone’ episode on this film, but it could have been the smoke coming from the cast.”

Hollywood may not have wanted anything to do with it, but how about you? Join the MovieRankerfamily and share whether you think this movie deserves sky-high ratings or just complete skunk weed. We want your honest opinion; I promise we can handle it!

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Published: April 25, 2018

Founder & Interim Editor of L.A. Cannabis News

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