7 Trippy Movies and the Drugs That Made Them Comments - Mania.com


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almostunbiased 3/4/2010 4:27:37 PM

For a guy who has never done an illegal drug in his life, I think this is the dumbest list ever.  That said, I love Monty Python's Holy Grail.  Wizards I saw as a kid and thought it was cool, don't remember it much though.  Lord of the Rings was just done poorly by him, but still not horrible.  As for the rest of the list, hell don't know, maybe you would have to be high to enjoy them.

ripum853 3/4/2010 7:32:34 PM

Eraserhead :-D

Devilcow 3/4/2010 7:49:34 PM

Joe, a great article as always, but I confess that I'm a little surprised you left the Monkees' "Head" off the list.  

6dra6on6 3/4/2010 8:52:53 PM

Alien Resurrection. Someone had to be on drugs to let this one out. A baby alien that thinks Ripley is it's momma???

As far as movies influenced by drugs and not one David Lynch film on the list? Did you not see Wild at Heart or Eraserhead?

TheMovieGuy28 3/5/2010 9:49:54 AM


Don't forget about the Cell with Vincent D'onofrio. That movie on mush or acid can funk with your mind...

oh and dazzler, the Gary Oldman 1992 Dracula looks like a living victorian art picture frame half the time. The red of Dracula's cape, it's mind boggling.

Violator, touche. Good man

It's nice to see so many psychonauts on here....

TheMovieGuy28 3/5/2010 9:51:46 AM

ps-there's no amount of free drugs you could give me to make me watch Jacob's Ladder on mush or lsd. That movie. that movie still haunts me from childhood.

JoeArtistWriter 3/5/2010 4:22:36 PM

I swear I believe some of you only look at the pictures.... I'm willing to forgive that because I know it's hard to read and toke at the same time.

I did mention Pink Floyd's "The Wall" as well as The Who's Tommy, and The Monkee's "HEAD." All truely great trippy flicks.

I also mention a number of Ralph Bakshi's films - not just "Wizards."

Sober up and re-read this article people.   ;)

redhairs99 3/6/2010 1:38:39 AM

Take heart, Joe, there are a few of us here who can read.  I was wondering what a few of the comments were talking about when they said you didn't mention those film.  I think they just meant that they wanted you to "include" them in the list rather than just mention them in passing as a sort of honorable mention after Yellow Submarine.

Wyldstaar 3/6/2010 7:53:20 AM

I caught the one line mention of The Wall, but so what?  The film deserves more than a brief mention alongside Yellow Submarine.

Roqueja 3/6/2010 10:17:09 AM

Spun.  Zwan's The Number of the Beast put the film in another plane of existence.

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