children psychedelia, Psychedelic Cinema, Psychedelic Visuals

Winnie the pooh heffalumps and woozles song

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psychedelic animation, psychedelic experience, Psychedelic Visuals

Mr. Madila (dir. Rory WT)

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Mr Madila from Rory WT on Vimeo.

Delightful short film of an animation student’s process of seeking out help from a “spiritual healer” he found advertised on a flier. The story that unfolds is a hilarious examination of the often-blurry line between hucksterism and sincerity that one finds in today’s “urban shaman” and “healer for hire” environment.

children psychedelia, feelgood psychedelia, psychedelic animation, Psychedelic Humor, Psychedelic Pop, Psychedelic Rock, Psychedelic Visuals

Recess: School’s Out – “Green Tambourine”

Credit sequence from the movie Recess: Schools Out.

I remember watching this show whenever i could when i was a kid, and it brings backs much nostalgia just watching it again. I saw the movie as a kid, but watching it again i never noticed how much 60’s references there were, as well as this psychedelic ending to my childhood. It brings me much joy and laughter knowing that a children’s show like this had the balls to incorporate 60’s elements like this into there movie. Its beautiful really, and earns its place as one of my favorite childhood shows.

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N.E.R.D. – “Squeeze Me”

5 years after there last album or any independent work, Squeeze Me by N.E.R.D was created solely for the 2015 movie “The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water”.

Even though this movie wasn’t very good, it still confused and intrigued me that a kids show like Spongebob were its had no previous use of psychedelic visuals, is using psychedelic visuals to both promote and entertain viewers of there movie with. I mean it worked in the long run i thought it was cool, and it makes me wonder why more shows don’t incorporate psychedelic visuals. Marketing gimmick?