Are you spending a lot more indoors?

Well, so is pretty much the rest of the world. Fortunately, there’s a lot more fun to be had indoors. For example, data shows people are spending a lot more time watching TV.

And as you spend more time watching TV, you’ve likely faced the frustration of choosing what to watch. You’ve probably lost count of the time you’ve spent searching for a good watch.

To make it even worse, choosing what to watch after a joint or two is incredibly infuriating. Whether you’re high on medical cannabis or enjoying some leisure time, a good movie is always every stoner’s delight.

And with more people joining the 420 bandwagons, the usual Big Lobwski and Pineapple Express list won’t cut it. So, here’s an updated list of the best stoner movies you may not be aware of.

Shutter Island

Yes, no stoner collection is complete without the legendary Martin Scorsese. But unlike most of his popular work that you may have watched, Shutter Island has flown under the radar of most stoner movie enthusiasts.

This is one of those movies that has you going ‘huh!’ at every turn. Besides being a head-scratcher, it has a beautiful storyline constricted in an asylum jail on an inescapable island.

Additionally, this movie has a rich and diverse cast. Leonardo DiCaprio delivers a masterpiece of a performance battling and trying to reconcile his past with his present. Mark Ruffalo, Michelle Williams, and Ben Kingsley are also noteworthy for their masterful performances.

Oliver, Stoned

You know one of those moments you just want to sit back, get high on quality supply from the Ohio Medical Cannabis, and watch a dumb movie? Oliver, Stoned is the perfect movie for these occasions.

The movie focuses on Oliver, a carefree guy who is high every time you meet him. After a string of unfortunate events and reckless decision making, his weekend takes a turn for the worst.

In this comedic journey of self-discovery, you’ll have a hard time keeping your ribs intact. Moreover, Oliver, Stoned is one of those movies you can watch with your significant other.

That 70’s Show

If you have some more time, this long series is an amazing watch. While some of the jokes and plotlines have not aged so well, the show is still a relic in time worth watching.

If you’re looking to escape the generic world that has plagued much of the entertainment scene today, That 70’s Show is your saving grace. Additionally, this is a family-friendly watch full of rib-cracking moments.


Christopher Nolan also appears on the list with his master craft in the 2010 movie, The Inception.

At various times in the movie, you may not fully understand what is going on. Don’t feel too bad; you’re not alone. In fact, many people have gone back to a second and third watch to understand the movie better. Fortunately, if you’re under the cannabis influence, these myriad crisscrossing plots may just make perfect sense.

Again, if you’re familiar with any of Christopher Nolan’s work, you know you’re in for a real treat.


Arguably one of the most anticipated movies when it was released in 2020, the Joker initially split critics and fans alike. However, after a while, the film started growing a cultic following of those who immensely enjoyed this diamond in the rough.

Whenever the Joker is mentioned, the conversation likely steers to the battle between Marvel and DC comics. However, without getting into the argument of which of these powerhouses reigns supreme (Ahem, it’s Marvel!), you can enjoy this creative work.

While it may not conform to all the de facto rules in similar moves, the film is an imaginative take on some of the issues plaguing today’s society.

Whether you want to learn something new, relax, or dive into a rabbit hole, these films will help you enjoy your high. So, while you may be stuck indoors, there’s still a lot you can do. Remember to consume any marijuana responsibly and only get it from experts such as the Ohio Medical Cannabis.

And finally, you don’t have to enjoy these movies alone, invite a friend or even a group you can enjoy and create enjoyable memories.

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