When the stars align and both Neil Miller and Rob Hunter agree that a stoner comedy transcends the genre and manages to deliver laughs rather than just jokes about being high (and potentially hungry), you know you’ve got a special film that’s a toke above the average drug comedy.

In High School, valedictorian Henry Burke blazes for the first time only to be faced with the introduction of mandatory drug tests the very next day. Timing is everything, right? Putting that big brain aside for a minute, he lets his stoner buddy come up with what is perhaps the most illegal plan one could do – get the entire school high. Hey, if everyone fails the drug test, something is wrong with the test, right?

If you’re a fan of movies, laughing, eating, brownies, or the appropriate medical use of marijuana, how about you do yourself a favor and enter to win a copy of this flick on Blu-ray?

One lucky winner will receive a copy of High School on Blu-ray, featuring audio commentary with Executive Producer/Writer/Director John Stalberg Jr. and some deleted scenes. The winner will provide his own medicine and snacks.

To get a hit of this film, all you have to do is the rock the comments below and make us erupt in a fit of giggles with your best High or high School tale (completely fictional of course, as recreationally smoking marijuana is illegal). Or, if you’re more the baker type, hit us up with the absolute most killer stoner recipe. Nachos, cookie brownies, or a bag of gummy worms covered in Dr. Pepper, you know the deal.

The winner will be notified via email, so make sure the address associated with your comment is legit. This contest is only open to U.S. residents. The contest will close on Wednesday, September 12th, at 4:20 PM PST.

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