The Best Scary Movies to Pair With Your Favorite Bhang Chocolate

The Best Scary Movies to Pair With Your Favorite Bhang Chocolate

What Scary Movie Should You Watch Tonight?

Scary movies hit the big screen year-round, but we can all agree that Halloween is the true season of horror. Something about this time of year makes us break out of our comfort zone in seek of a bone-chilling thrill. The most daring find themselves wandering the hallways of a haunted house, but we prefer to get a good spook by hosting a scary movie night with a Bhang chocolate bar in hand for an elevated experience.  

A good horror film makes the imagination run wild and creates a mind-bending reality. If they really do the job right, they leave you questioning your own reality, and sleeping with the lights on for the next few nights. Pair that with cannabis’s ability to alter your perception, and you’ll unlock a heightened sensory experience that makes the visuals and theatrics of any horror film hit it a brand-new way. 

If you’re looking for a strange journey full of thrills and chills, here is a list of the best scary movies that we think you should watch according to your favorite classic Bhang chocolate flavor.  

 

If You Like Dark Chocolate: The Descent (2005) 

It doesn’t get much darker than finding yourself trapped in a pitch-black underground cavern. The Descent follows the journey of six friends as their exploration of a questionable cave system goes horribly awry due to some unwanted humanoid creatures. This blood pumping film will resurface your childhood fear of the dark, and illicit an immediate “no” the next time you’re invited on a spelunking trip.  

 

If You Like Milk Chocolate: The Halloween Saga (1978-2022) 

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A classic flavor calls for a classic film pairing. The Halloween franchise gave us one of the most iconic killers on the big screen: Michael Myers. Since its beginning in 1978, the saga has seen multiple reboots and interpretations, but the gist is the same: Mike Myers and Laurie Strode have some BEEF and will stop at nothing to see the other’s demise. The latest (and final) face-off, Halloween Ends, is making its gory debut just in time for your next movie night.  

 

If You Like Cookies & Cream White Chocolate: Color Out of Space (2019) 

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The out-of-this-world flavor of our Cookies & Cream White Chocolate pairs perfectly with this mesmerizing extraterrestrial flick. With the exception of a few disturbing scenes, we’d consider Color Out of Space the most mellow of this year’s round-up. What it lacks in traditional horror, it serves in stellar visuals, otherworldly encounters, and some choice acting decisions from Nicholas Cage. By the time the credits roll, you’ll feel like you just woke up from a fever dream. 

 

If You Like Blueberry Dark Chocolate: Hereditary (2018) 

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Just like the subtle, fruity notes of our Blueberry Dark Chocolate bar, this slow-burning film pulls you in deeper and deeper. Disturbing, sinister, and shocking are just a few of the words we would use to describe the unraveling of the Graham’s ancestral secrets. The uneasy feeling that accompanies Hereditary will haunt you for days on end.

 

If You Like Caramel Mocha Milk Chocolate: Barbarian (2022) 

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The jolting flavors of espresso in our Caramel mocha are a perfect match for this adrenaline-pumping film. Since its release, this story of an Airbnb mix-up gone horribly wrong has gained a lot of hype for being one of the most mind-boggling and terrifying horror movies of the year. If you’ve already grown weary of staying in an Airbnb, Barbarian will ensure that you book a hotel for all your future travels. 

 

If you Like Caramel Dark Chocolate: The Exorcist (1973)the exrocist

Our award-winning flavor deserves nothing less than an award-winning film as its counterpart. Often regarded as the best horror film ever made, The Exorcist follows the story of a young girl who becomes possessed by a demonic entity. The events that follow take a darker and darker turn as the movie unfolds, leaving a lasting impression that will make you consider sleeping with the lights on. The most terrifying part? The story is based on true events.