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Best Classic Fantasy Movies to Watch on Shrooms

Wondering what to watch while tripping on shrooms? Alone or with friends, sometimes the decision can be a hard one to make. For the best tripping experience, here are some of the best classic, fantastical films to watch on shrooms! These cinematic wonders weave tales of mythical creatures, magical realms, and epic quests, inviting viewers to escape the mundane and delve into the extraordinary.

Screen grab from Labyrinth.

Wizard of Oz, directed by Victor Fleming.

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"The Wizard of Oz" is a timeless fantasy film released in 1939. The story follows Dorothy, played by Judy Garland, a girl from Kansas who, after being swept away by a cyclone, finds herself in the magical land of Oz. Determined to return home, Dorothy embarks on a journey along the Yellow Brick Road with her newfound friends - a Scarecrow, a Tin Man, and a Cowardly Lion. Together, they face challenges and obstacles on their way to seek help from the Wizard of Oz. The film is renowned for its iconic characters, memorable songs, and the transition from sepia-toned Kansas to the vibrant colors of Oz, leaving a perfect movie to watch while tripping alone or with friends! 

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, directed by Ken Hughes.

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"Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" is a whimsical and fantastical musical film released in 1968. The story revolves around inventor Caractacus Potts, portrayed by Dick Van Dyke. Potts, along with his children and a lady named Truly Scrumptious, embarks on an adventure with a flying car named Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Filled with memorable songs, captivating characters, and imaginative settings, the film is a great choice to watch on shrooms, and has become a beloved classic for many generations.

The NeverEnding Story, directed by Wolfgang Petersen.

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"The NeverEnding Story" is a fantasy film released in 1984. The movie revolves around a young boy named Bastian, who discovers a magical book in a mysterious bookstore. As he reads the book, he becomes engrossed in the tale of a warrior named Atreyu, who is tasked with saving the land of Fantasia from an impending doom known as The Nothing. Atreyu encounters various mythical creatures and challenges on his quest, and the narrative seamlessly weaves between Bastian's real-world struggles and the unfolding events in Fantasia. Filled with imagination, mythical creatures, and a sense of wonder, "The NeverEnding Story" is a beloved classic that is widely watched and loved by the magic mushroom community.

Labyrinth, directed by Jim Henson.

A Screen grab of David Bowie in Labyrinth.

"Labyrinth" is a fantasy film released in 1986. The story centers around a girl named Sarah, played by Jennifer Connelly, who must navigate a magical labyrinth to rescue her baby brother Toby, who has been kidnapped by the Goblin King, portrayed by David Bowie. The labyrinth is a maze filled with fantastical creatures and puzzles. The film combines puppetry and live-action, showcasing Jim Henson's creative and imaginative storytelling as well as the musical contributions of David Bowie. A cult classic, this fantastical film is a great adventure to watch and embark on while on shrooms.

The Princess Bride, directed by Rob Reiner. 

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"The Princess Bride" is a classic romantic comedy-adventure film released in 1987. The story is presented as a fairy tale being read to a young boy by his grandfather. The tale follows the adventures of Westley, a farm boy, and Princess Buttercup. Westley embarks on a journey to rescue Buttercup from an arranged marriage to the villainous Prince Humperdinck. The narrative is rich with humor and memorable characters, including Inigo Montoya and Vizzini. Filled with witty dialogue, romance, and a mix of fantasy and adventure, "The Princess Bride" has become a beloved and enduring classic with a timeless appeal, rendering it an excellent choice for viewing while tripping through your own adventures.

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The allure of fantasy films lies in their transformative power to transport audiences into realms where the impossible becomes possible, making these classic films perfect to watch while on shrooms. The magical landscapes, mythical creatures, and epic narratives create an immersive experience that sparks the imagination and fosters a sense of wonder.




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