Crackcoon unveils first poster promising drug-fuelled racoon mayhem meets Cocaine Bear
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We've all heard of Cocaine Bear. Now enter Crackcoon, stage right.
Yep, first came the unbelievable true story behind the film about a bear who ate 70lbs of cocaine.
The first poster for Crackcoon has been released, and hoo boy, we reckon it's going to up the stakes big time.
The movie's synopsis reads: "When a synthetically-altered street drug is discarded in the woods, the fallout proves nothing less than horrific when an innocent raccoon eats it, transforming it into a nightmarish killing machine."
Sounds like a real gas.
love this new genre of movies where it’s just wild animals doing drugs and going crazy https://t.co/R7XUi9IE1L— Noah (@carxxson) June 5, 2023
Anyway, people on social media have been having a field day over the next class A animal adventure.
One Twitter user said: "Love this new genre of movies where it’s just wild animals doing drugs and going crazy."
A second added: "I want a Freddy vs Jason-style movie with Cocaine Bear and Crackcoon."
Meanwhile a third joked: "Can’t wait for Cocaine Bear vs Crackcoon: Dealers’ Choice to come out."
And ain't that the truth.
While another chipped in a comparison to Marvel's own Rocket Racoon.
"Guardians of The Galaxy vol. 4," they wrote.
As per the social media accounts of film studio Fuzzy Monkey Films, production on Crackcoon is scheduled to wrap in early June.
i want a freddy vs jason-style movie with cocaine bear and crackcoon https://t.co/HJR4M6V6IC— prid(e) (mo)nth (@Mustin_Acleod) June 5, 2023
can’t wait for “cocaine bear vs crackcoon: dealers’ choice” to come out https://t.co/UwIVFKIn5W— arnie (@arnaldojavier) June 5, 2023
They've promised worldwide distribution anticipated in late 2023, so get excited folks.
If you've been living under a rock, you may be asking what exactly Cocaine Bear is all about.
Well, an official synopsis for the film reads: "An oddball group of cops, criminals, tourists, and teens converge in a Georgia forest where a 500-pound black bear goes on a murderous rampage after unintentionally ingesting cocaine."
Proving truth is often stranger than fiction, director Elizabeth Banks' comedy-horror is based on the real-life case of a drug-smuggling plot gone wrong.
And it was oh-so good. For audiences at least.
Not the real people who were caught out by the real Cocaine Bear.
Anyway, it appears we have a new genre of bonkers-crazy films like the Sharknado craze.
Except, somehow, this seems more likely to actually happen than a tornado flinging sharks at people, so do with that information as you please.