"Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy" is an American-Canadian comedy film from the year of 1996. Brain Candy profiles the establishment of an incredibly strong new antidepressant drug, "GLeeMONEX." In order to maximize profits on the drug, GLeeMONEX is zoomed through the validation process and results in an overwhelming success that allows Roritor Pharmacheuticals to avoid falling into financial insolvency. Unfortunately, several of the early testers of the new drug have slipped into comas, having been rendered blissfully paralyzed and trapped within their most pleasant memories. "Kids in the Hall: Brain Candy" has a total running time of 89 minutes.