Darren Aronofsky Scares You Straight With Anti-Meth Ads

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This is your brain on crystal meth, and it's no fried egg.

"Black Swan" auteur Darren Aronofsky may not have a new movie out this holiday season, but he's managed to orchestrate his own Christmas Methtacular over the course of four new TV spots created for The Meth Project, a public service program aimed at preventing first-time users.

These visceral ads do NOT beat around the bush, featuring lesion-covered addicts brutalizing family members, having sex for money, attempting suicide, and going loony tunes in a mental hospital.

That's a far sight more effective then having the Government Sanctioned Animated Safety Bunny come out and say "Crank is no fun, kids!"

BE WARNED: If you've seen Aronofsky's "Requiem For A Dream" you might understand how graphic things can get, so these ads are NSFW and will not be the most pleasant part of your day, but they'll hopefully dissuade you from taking anything Walter White of "Breaking Bad" might offer.