Who doesn’t love a psychedelic supercut? Especially when it’s of some of the best psychedelic shots in all of cinema!
Trailer for the full-length psychedelic horror film by Jimmy ScreamerClauz. The trailer alone is an endurance test, to say nothing of the insanity that may be induced by watching the entire film! Proceed with extreme trepidation, disturbing content warning!
A crowd funding campaign for a this movie about a woman and her mother who eat mushrooms together. Happy bicycle day, all of you! Today is the 75th anniversary to the discovery of LSD!
Another early and colorfully painted psychedelic film from dance master Loie Fuller.
This is the earliest psychedelic film that I am aware of (1896!) featuring the legendary dancer and Art Noveau icon Loie Fuller. The film was made by the Lumiere Brothers, who were among the earliest pioneers of cinema, which means psychedelic visuals were there from the very start.
Here’s a short video about Loie. What a goddess!
The ending credits for DC’s “Suicide Squad”, released in 2016. Music from Twenty one Pilots “Heathens”
Personally, i thought the movie could have been done better, but the end credit sequence caught me off guard and captivated me to stick through it in order to see the rest of this trippy animation.
Bubsy Berkeley does it again with some sweet 1930s (glowing violin) psychedelia, from The Gold Diggers (1933).