There’s no pairing quite like that of cannabis and entertainment. And what goes better with the fall season than a smoke and a comprehensive watch list of great films?! We certainly can’t think of anything. That said, we decided to come up with a list of awesome films to match with some of our signature strains.
Today’s strains on deck are Blue Dream 2016, Hawaiian Wowie, Mimosa. Of course, these are just suggestions. We’d love to hear your movie and strain combinations as well! Be sure to head over to our Instagram and comment your picks!
Blue Dream often gets a bad rap in a lot of smoker communities. But that’s because they’ve never tried our take on the polarizing strain. Our Blue Dream 2016 maintains its trademark “heady” high. This time, though, it is also punctuated by soothing berry notes.
We could think of a more fitting selection than the Safdie Brothers’ Uncut Gems. In what would prove to be Adam Sandler’s tour de force, this cerebral thriller is like watching a beautiful train wreck through a kaleidoscope. Match that with the wide-eyed sentiment of Blue Dream 2016, and your couch becomes a rollercoaster. Strap in!
Adam Sandler twice on a top list!? You’re damn right. Our Hawaiian Wowie supplies a high best described as “pineapple happiness”. It’s a resounding sativa aimed squarely at dialing up vibe while keeping things calm. It’s the perfect accessory to this warm hearted Rom-Com from the early two thousands.
In 50 First Dates, Sandler would share a charming chemistry with adorable co-star Drew Barrymore. It’s also a great display of the expert balancing act of hilarity and sincerity. If it’s been a while since your last viewing, give it a watch during your next smoke session!
In the mood for side-splitting laughter? 2012’s The Watch pitted the comedy stylings of Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, and Jonah Hill against a full on alien invasion. Action and laugh packed, the film still holds up as a solid viewing.
And how could we speak of aliens without mentioning our top shelf Alien Apple Turnover. This down the middle hybrid will keep you alert enough to catch the jokes, yet subdued to your level of comfort. It’s a win-win situation all around!
Soul Food is a 90’s, Black ensemble film. The movie depicts the lives of the Joseph family. It paints the full picture, including heartwarming and heartbreaking moments. At the time it served as one of few mainstream films to show such a strong representation of the culture.
We picked Sundae Strudel because, in the film, the family would meet every Sunday for a large meal. It was often packed with mouthwatering dishes prepared by the family’s matriarch. The food looked so delicious, we wouldn’t be surprised if she had a good strudel recipe somewhere in her kitchen!