Darren Aronofsky, director of feature-length anti-drug PSA Requiem for a Dream, is finally focusing his creative energy on that which he was born to do: Terrorizing children in 30-second increments, with the goal of discouraging drug use.

As AnimalNY notes, the result is no "ass to ass," but here are some artsy montages meth freak young things flailing, screaming, slicing open their arteries, and whoring themselves in dingy motels, in case you're in the mood for the PG-13 version of Aronofsky's signature junkie hellscape. [AnimalNY, The Meth Project]