Best Trippy Movie Poll

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Jag, Sep 27, 2009.

  1. #1 Jag, Sep 27, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Dec 1, 2009
    What is the trippiest movie you have ever seen? If you choose other please leave a reply with the name of the film.
  2. Can't believe you didn't include A Clockwork Orange, but in any choice is The Cell with Jennifer Lopez, Vince Vaughn, and Vincent D'Onofrio

    Allow me to submit two very trippy scenes

    [ame=]YouTube - 'The Cell' excerpt - mother whispers[/ame]
    [ame=]YouTube - Horse gets split into pieces[/ame]
  3. Well I would have but they only allow you to enter 20 different answers I have a list of about 40 movies so this was sort of hard to decide which ones to list. I didn't think that A Clockwork Orange really had enough of a trippy experience throughout the entire film. A few others that I wanted to add but couldn't were Sin City, American Pop, Being John Malkovich, Blueberry, El Topo, Rocky Horror Picture Show and Candy.

    Also I would like to thank you for The Cell I had heard of that movie a long time ago when it first came out but I never knew what it was about.
  4. on the drive Dr.Gonzo hands the main hero HALF A SHEET of sushine acid.

    what the fuck is trippier?
  5. Cant touch Floyd:"
    [ame=]YouTube - Pink Floyd "Empty Spaces" animation[/ame]
    [ame=]YouTube - Pink Floyd - Goodbye Blue Sky[/ame]
    [ame=]YouTube - Pink Floyd "The Trial" animation[/ame]
  6. #7 infamykillss, Sep 28, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Sep 28, 2009
    Anyone ever seen Altered States?
    It's pretty old but pretty fucking trippy.


  7. how about The Yellow Submarine? that's a pretty trippy animation

    [ame=]YouTube - "Yellow Submarine" - Part 4/17 - Getting Help[/ame]
  8. pink floyd the wall is prettty fuckin crazY
  9. Wayyyyy too hard to pick.

    But watching alice in Wonderland on shrooms fucked with my head pretty badly.
  10. Pretty good list, but I could add probably 25 more. The ONLY one on your list that I disagree with is "The Doors", which I find to be tedious.

    Additions I could make:

    City of Lost Children
    Heavy Metal
    5,000 Fingers of Dr. T
    Naked Lunch
    Institute Benjamenta
    A Boy and His Dog
    The Atomic Cafe
    Urgh! A Music War
    Dr. Strangelove
    The Trip
    Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
    Ed Wood
    Nightmare Before Christmas
    The Visitors (Les Visiteurs)
    The Fifth Element
    South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut
    Beavis & Butthead Do America
    Fantastic Planet
    Light Years (aka Gandahar)
    Alice In Wonderland (The 70's Musical Porno)
    My Neighbor Totoro
    Howl's Moving Castle
    Cowboy Bebop Knocking on Heaven's Door
    Lost Highway
    Blue Velvet
    Wild at Heart
    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
    Rolling Stones Rock & Roll Circus

    I'm sure I can come up with more.

    BTW _ I voted for "The Beatles Yellow Submarine" because after seeing the film dozens of times as a child, I had to watch it the first time I dropped Acid, and it was so much better.
  11. I voted Natural Born Killers and still stand by my decision, but I just remembered THE trippiest movie I have ever seen which isn't on the list... Mulholland Dr. by David Lynch.
  12. The Yellow Submarine...that's a pretty trippy animation

    [ame=]YouTube - "Yellow Submarine" - Part 4/17 - Getting Help[/ame]
  13. wheres fantasia on that poll???

    but seriously when im tripping i like to watch funny ass movies...2 trips ago on acid i watched tropic thunder and me myself and irene (the first time ive seen either movie..well ive seen tropic thunder but i was fucked up and didnt remember any of it)
  14. i put waking life
    cuz thats the best one on the list

    but the most trippiest shit ever is Hallucinations of a Deranged Mind.

    its crazy its like about these dudes who took acid, and theyre trips and shit, idk look it up, and watch it that shits crazy
  15. What about The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh?
  16. Alright I just saw the trailer for Waking Life and first off it's shot just like A Scanner Darkly with cell shadding, second it has Iggy Pop and the Stooges playing in the background. Definitely looks like a must see film. One more trippy ass movie... Pi also by David Lynch.
  17. Pi was Darren Aranofsky's first movie, not David Lynch.
  18. :rolleyes:
    Right, right I did feel a little off putting David Lynch in there.

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