the Hard Drug chronicles

If you’ve ever tested the theory that ‘Dark Side of The Moon’ syncs perfectly with The Wizard of Oz, you’ll know that it doesn’t, unless you’ve smoked the right kind of weed and a lot of it, but then everything syncs, I guess.

In The Hard Drug Chronicles – a 700-page new collection of stories chopped out into three lines marked cocaine, speed and heroin, and including new work from Howard Marks and Lydia Lunch within this vast compendium of addiction, desperation and dark humour – Actor James Franco is onto something far more tangible as he simply renames an extract from

The Twilight Saga ‘Crystal Meth’. In the below extract, Franco explains his intentions, which are then presented alongside the original passage in the book. The Hard Drug Chronicles is published in the UK this November.

JAMES FRANCO: I was asked to write this thing for this magazine about crystal meth and the dangers of it.

I didn’t know what to write. Then I had this idea: I would write this thing that was like Twilight but then wasn’t.

crystal meth and the dangers of it. I didn’t know what to write. Then I had this idea: I would write this thing that was like Twilight but then wasn’t. I mean, I would appropriate the story of Twilight but call it Crystal Meth and not change anything, and maybe with the new title it would feel different when people read it…I kept thinking about the scene in the biology classroom where Edward gets upset because Bella smells so good he wants to kill her.

I mean, I would appropriate the story of Twilight but call it Crystal Meth and not change anything, and maybe with the new title it would feel different when people read it…I kept thinking about the scene in the biology classroom where Edward gets upset because Bella smells so good he wants to kill her.

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