Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Lonnie Writes...


I’m contacting you to let you know my feature film The Last of the Manson Girls is currently available to stream on Prime Video.


A press release and poster are attached. I’m happy to answer any questions. 

Thanks

Lonnie Martin




Feature Film 'The Last of the Manson Girls' Released on Streaming Service 
After a successful festival run in which it took home seven titles, the Indie feature film The Last of the Manson Girls is now available to the public on Prime Video. It can be seen here in the US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VYM4TL4 and here in the UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07VZNNKS7
The film is based on the essay “My Acid Trip with Squeaky Fromme” by Paul Krassner, an American counter-culture journalist who published the freethought magazine The Realist and was a founding member of the Yippies in the ‘60’s. Mr. Krassner died July 21, 2019. 
The Last of the Manson Girls takes place in January, 1972. Convinced there's more to the Manson murders than meets the public eye, counterculture journalist Krassner embarks on an LSD tinged investigation of the last of Manson's disci- ples: Brenda McCann, Sandra Good, and Lynette "Squeaky" Fromme. What he finds could change how the world sees the 60s... if he lives long enough to tell the story.

8 comments:

katie8753 said...

Thanks Lynyrd & Lonnie. I watched the trailer, looks kinda funny.

I don't think Manson was a liberal. He was what he wanted to be. If it suited him, he was liberal, but if it didn't suit him, he was a gun-toting white supremacist, preaching against "blackie".

katie8753 said...

Happy Thanksgiving y'all!!

Dilligaf said...

Happy Thanksgiving Katie! I am spending it in Oklahoma, my first trip here. Near the Texas border, there are lots of friendly people here.

katie8753 said...

Oh Dill! Look down south! I'm wavin' atcha! HA HA!

beauders said...

Happy Thanksgiving everyone and wanted you all know there is a copy of "Sympathy For The Devil" The documentary on The Process on eBay starting bid 9.99. It is a great documentary and well worth it if you are at all interested in The Process. I saw it in a theater in Portland and it was great. Happy shopping to those going out for Black Friday.

Dilligaf said...

Katie, I almost hate leaving back for California. Fortunately the two day drive is not bad, and we may hit snow in Flagstaff. But , you’all have been great down here, I saw you waving...

katie8753 said...

Be careful driving Dill. Maybe someday you can come back to stay in God's Country!!

katie8753 said...

Thanks Beauders!