Words: Dylan Murphy
There’s very little that falls outside of the ‘watch when you are stoned’ category. Often, the beauty of smoking doobs is that it can give you a deeper appreciation of things you’d usually scroll past without a second thought. With that in mind, it’d be foolish to overthink this list. The only requirement is that the films aren’t a chore to watch if you’ve seen them already.
We’re never too cool for dad jokes, immaturity and parody. After a crew is struck by food poisoning, a pilot with a drinking problem is tasked with landing a plane. It’s a no-fuss, one way pass to cheap laughs.
If it’s aesthetics and good music you are after ‘Mid90s’ is the one. Jonah Hill’s directorial debut has an immaculate soundtrack made up of everything from golden era Wu-Tang classics and Nirvana’s iconic MTV Unplugged performance to Seal’s ‘Kiss FromA Rose’.
You don’t need to be stoned when you watch ‘Superbad’, but there’s few characters that tickle the tear ducts like McLovin after a couple of tokes.
Every now and then, you need something surreal to scratch an itch for absurdity when you’re stoned. Jodorowsky’s ‘The Holy Mountain’ brings viewers on a twisted and dreamlike journey up a mountain to receive the wisdom of a mystifying alchemist (who he plays). Loaded with anti-religious symbolism, satirical takes and beautiful imagery, it’s an ideal watch for
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