Movie Drinking Games

Editor’s Warning: These articles are intended for readers over the age of 21, with maturity levels below the age of 5. Anyone else might see drinking games for movies as childish. And though we don’t understand, we do respect your viewpoint.

It’s Earth Day, and that means that James Cameron’s mega-grossing blockbuster Avatar is hitting the DVD and Blu-ray shelves. Special features or not, 3D or not, this home video release will prove to be as popular as the film itself, and now you can enjoy the movie in the comfort of your own home. And, clocking in at 160-minute running time, there’s plenty of time to drink a toast to the Na’vi.

And now, to cover our butts… This game is only for people over the age of 21. Please drink responsibly, and don’t play with that brain penis hanging from your glorious locks of hair.

Take a Drink Whenever…

Someone is killed

Someone speaks in Na’vi

A Na’vi connects his or her brain penis to an animal

You recognize something from another James Cameron film

Take a Drink When You See…


An explosion

A new animal

Something glows when touched

Take a Drink When Someone Says…





Chug Your Drink When…

Big, blue aliens have big, blue sex

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