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The Best Movies To Watch While Stoned Out Of Your Mind!

With Danish director Lars Von Trier revealing that he made almost all his films under the influence and the New York Times having endorsed the legalization of marijuana in 2014, it’s only time before “weed” becomes legal in all 50 US states. When a major newspaper like the Denver Post creates a website called The Cannabist to report all things on “pot,” you know there are some major changes coming to our country. We imagine soon an FM morning radio show dedicated to the art of “blazing grass” – wait and see.

Because of the proliferation and relaxation on “ganja” laws, we thought it was time to create a new article dedicated to the union of film and marijuana. “Hash” enhances the appreciation of arts and culture to levels usually never experienced. Movies, in particular, seem to be the preference of choice when “stoned”. As most of you who already smoke “weed” understand, one of the favorite pastimes of stoners is to watch movies, but it seems that there is a difficulty in choosing the right film to see at the peak moment of being “baked”. The process of filtering or sifting through an immeasurable volume of movies can result eternal, but here at, we’ve chosen to highlight an assortment of them into three categories – LMMFAO, MINDCRUSHERS and PSYCHEDELIC CARTOONS. Why? When one is usually “zooted,” one either wants to laugh hysterically, watch something so beautiful and so profound, you’ll think it changed your life and for some bizarre reason, seeing dark, mature-themed cartoons elicits the nostalgia of childhood combined with the brooding consciousness within all of us.

We hope you enjoy the list and before you begin reading our curated selections, a disclaimer – we don’t pretend to know all of “The Best Movies To Watch While Stoned Out Of Your Mind,” so we’ll be leaning on you, our readers, to point out the “masterpieces of the high” that we might have missed.


This Is The End
Synopsis: The most witty, original, inventive and surreal comedy of the modern film era. While attending a party at James Franco’s house, Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel and many other celebrities are faced with the apocalypse.

The Lego Movie
Synopsis: A straight-up masterpiece. An ordinary Lego construction worker, thought to be the prophesied ‘Special’, is recruited to join a quest to stop an evil tyrant from gluing the Lego universe into eternal stasis.

Black Dynamite
Synopsis: Black Dynamite is the greatest African-American action star of the 1970s. When his only brother is killed by The Man it’s up to him to find justice.

Team America: World Police
Synopsis: The creators of South Park create a masterpiece of comedy. Popular Broadway actor Gary Johnston is recruited by the elite counter-terrorism organization Team America: World Police. As the world begins to crumble around him, he must battle with terrorists, celebrities and falling in love.

Kung Fu Hustle
Synopsis: One of the funniest movies you’ll ever see. In Shanghai, China in the 1940s, a wannabe gangster aspires to join the notorious “Axe Gang” while residents of a housing complex exhibit extraordinary powers in defending their turf.

Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
Synopsis: One of Tim Burton’s greatest earliest works, Pee-Wee Herman gets his beloved bike stolen in broad daylight, he sets out across the U.S. on the adventure of his life.

Other suggestions like these: Kentucky Fried Movie, Ted, The Party, What’s Up Tiger Lilly?, The Circus, Shaolin Soccer, Flash Gordon, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World


Waking Life
Synopsis: Linklater is the shit. This is our all-time favorite film and one of the most cerebral movies you will ever see. It’s full in insane amounts of mindfuck insights, I mean, just the plot alone says it all – A man shuffles through a dream meeting various people and discussing the meanings and purposes of the universe.

The Holy Mountain
Synopsis: This is arguably Alejandro Jodorowsky’s masterpiece film. This movie gives the omniscient view of what social engineering caused by greed has done to the modern world, but shows us how to live and not give in to a material world.

Enter the Void
Synopsis: This shit is art! A U.S. drug dealer living in Tokyo is betrayed by his best friend and killed in a drug deal. His soul, observing the repercussions of his death, seeks resurrection.

Un Chien Andalou
Synopsis: Salvador Dalí, Luis Buñuel. Need I say more? A surrealistic film with input from Salvador Dalí, director Luis Buñuel presents stark, surrealistic images that shock the viewers including the slitting open of a woman’s eye and a dead horse being pulled along on top of a piano. Obviously open to interpretation – from deep meanings to it all meaning absolutely nothing – it is certain that this short (17 minutes) film presented something new in the cinema of its day.

Synopsis: This comedy horror is as trippy as they come. Seven girls on their summer trip pay a visit to a possessed house which plans to eat them in extremely bizzare and surreal ways.

Altered States
Synopsis: Get ready to get your mind altered! A Harvard scientist conducts experiments on himself with a hallucinatory drug and an isolation chamber that may be causing him to regress genetically.

Holy Motors
Synopsis: The respected and elitist magazine Film Comment made this movie their Best Movie of 2012. From dawn to dusk, a few hours in the shadowy life of a mystic man named Monsieur Oscar.

Under the Skin
Synopsis: Apart from this movie being a poetic ode to abstract film art, Scarlett Johansson is in all her glory nudeness. A mysterious woman seduces lonely men in the evening hours in Scotland. Events lead her to begin a process of self-discovery.

The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle
Synopsis: After he loses his high-paying job, Dory takes a gig as a night janitor in order to pay rent. Alone late at night inside a market research firm, he soon discovers the company is experimenting on their other janitors.

Other suggestions like these: Samsara, Primer, Ninja Scroll, General Orders No. 9, Hobo with a Shotgun, Beyond The Black Rainbow, Only God Forgives, Dark City, Brazil, Ghost in the Shell, A Clockwork Orange, Big Trouble In Little China, Life of Pi, Fight Club, Army of Darkness, Speed Racer


Fantastic Planet
Synopsis: Once you see this, life will never be the same. This futuristic story takes place on a faraway planet where blue giants rule, and oppressed humanoids rebel against the machine-like leaders.

Allegro non Troppo
Synopsis: This might actually be the trippiest film of the whole list. An enthusiastic filmmaker thinks he’s come up with a totally original idea: animation set to classical music! When he is informed that some American named “Prisney” (or something) has already done it, he decides to do his own version, using an orchestra comprising mostly old ladies and an animator he’s kept locked in a dungeon. Several different classical pieces are animated, while the animator plots his escape.

Synopsis: An adventurous girl finds another world that is a strangely idealized version of her frustrating home, but it has sinister secrets.

Synopsis: Presented by Tim Burton, a rag doll that awakens in a postapocalyptic future holds the key to humanity’s salvation.

Synopsis: Considered by many to be the greatest animated film of all time, Akira is beautiful, surreal, savage, unnerving, and repugnant. It is about a secret military project which endangers a Neo-Tokyo when it turns a biker gang member into a rampaging psionic psychopath that only two kids and a group of psionics can stop.

Synopsis: A chameleon that aspires to be a swashbuckling hero finds himself in a Western town plagued by bandits and is forced to literally play the role in order to protect it.

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