Regrettably this one has no audio, but the photos speak for an era in which mind expansion was a concept to be used to get people to drink your brand of cola.
Eggshells is an independent low-budget film released in 1969. It is the first film directed by Tobe Hooper. It was written by Kim Henkel and Tobe Hooper (writers of The Texas Chain Saw Massacre).
Tobe Hooper’s first film, Eggshells, released a half decade before The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, has long been considered a lost film, with there being little hope that a print would surface. The film has attracted attention because it is Tobe Hooper’s first film, as well as that of his co-writer, Kim Henkel, and because, by all accounts, it is very much a slice of life and rare record of Austin circa 1968. Against all odds, a print has surfaced. Eggshells will be shown for probably the first time in close to four decades at the South by Southwest Film Festival 09.
Violent story, but such a psychedelic execution! Inspired by the book Satanism and Witchcraft (1862).
Senaka & Gal show us that a car wash can be a pretty psychedelic experience.