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06th Jun 2023

Rackoon-based film to rival Cocaine Bear due to be released this year

Jack Peat

It’s being dubbed the next film in the Cocaine Cinematic Universe

A new film is due to be released this year that is expected to give the drug-crazed cinematic thriller that is Cocaine Bear a run for its money.

Crackcoon tells the story of a small town that is left in constant fear after they unearth a flesh-eating raccoon who seemingly got its paws on a synthetically-altered street drug that was discarded in the woods by a drug dealer during a car chase with police.

The Brad Twigg-directed project follows the feral beast as it is transformed into a nightmarish killing machine straight from the bowels of hell.

“With unsuspecting campers, tourists, and residents of a mountain community all in close proximity to the epicenter, no one is safe from the monster’s unrelenting rampage”, the film’s synopsis reads.

Sounds ominous!

Many Cocaine Bear fans have flocked to social media following a recently released trailer for Crackcoon, with many pointing out the similarities between the two.

“They really made a CCU (Cocaine Cinematic Universe),” one person simply wrote on Twitter.

Meanwhile, a second suggested a crossover between the pair: “Can’t wait for ‘cocaine bear vs crackcoon: dealers’ choice’ to come out.”

And a third added: “Does this look terrible? YES. Am I going to waste part of my life watching this? HELL YES.”

As per social media posts from the studio behind Crackcoon – Fuzzy Monkey Films – it is set to be distributed worldwide towards the end of 2023.

It will cap off quite a year in film!

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