Ready Your Nostrils For This Amped-Up Cocaine In Film Supercut

So… Do you like to party? Characters in your favorite (and not so favorite) flicks sometimes have a hankering for cocaine and a new supercut from The Huffington Post puts the bulk of the most memorable big screen snorters on display.

Placed in the very capable hands of Swede Mason, the outlet has crafted a marvelous look at Hollywood’s relationship with blow via “I Hate Coke”: The Ultimate Cocaine Movie Mashup. Boasting clips from cinematic offerings as weird and wide-ranging as Pulp Fiction, Showgirls, and Crocodile Dundee, it’s a mix of on-screen characters experiencing euphoric highs, crushing lows and the occasional gurgly or blood splattered overdose. Y’know, because cocaine isn’t exactly a bowl of Cinnamon Toast Crunch.

This masterfully edited piece clocks in at under four minutes and presents a weirdo snow blind world where Tony Montana and Alvy Singer can rub elbows in a roundabout way. Plus there’s the bit in Code of Silence where Chuck Norris beats every molecule out of a dude. It’s supremely surreal viewing and healthy to ingest without moderation.

For more cocaine combo video presentations, don’t forget to look back to last year when NBC blew our minds with a Miami Vice coke supercut.

(Via The Huffington Post)