The War On Drugs
The War on Drugs Show: PMA and the great MDMA Drought
When huge quantities of the safrole oil required to make MDMA went up in smoke in southeast Asia in the late 2000s, the global ecstasy deficit was filled with a deadly replacement: PMA. The result? Hundreds of deaths.
The Truth About Ecstasy: High Society
British people statistically take more MDMA in one session than any other country on the planet. And not just a little bit more: on average, Brits take 420 milligrams per session.
EXTINCTION UPDATE is an environmental alarm clock that investigates some of the ways in which we're destroying our planet.
Using LSD, MDMA and Psilocybin to Treat Mental Health
A groundswell of academic opinion suggests that psychedelic substances like LSD and psilocybin could be utilised to serve a raft of therapeutic benefits.
Hunting for Drugs in the Australian Bush
The Australian bush is full of drugs, you just have to know where to look. We went foraging for naturally-occurring substances in Victoria’s Dandenong Ranges.
A Clandestine Chemist’s Tale
Hamilton unearths the heros of psychedelics - clandestine MDMA chemists.
Hamilton’s Pharmacopeia / Clip
A Clandestine Chemist’s Tale (Preview)
Hamilton unearths the heroes of psychedelics - clandestine MDMA chemists.
VICE Talks Film
Gaspar Noe on 'Love'
VICE meets with French Argentinian provocateur Gaspar Noé on his latest film, the shot in 3D, (very) sexually explicit 'Love'.