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'The Trip' (1967): As in, an acid trip, man

Groovy. Olive Films and M-G-M have released on Blu-ray AIP’s The Trip, the 1967 psychedelic LSD freak-out, man, from director Roger Corman, written by soon-to-be superstar Jack Nicholson, and starring Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, Dennis Hopper, man, Salli Sachse, Susan Strasberg, Katherine Walsh, Barboura Morris, Dick Miller, and Luana Anders. 2,661 more words

Film Review

TCFF 2017 Reviews: Little Pink House + The Ballad of Lefty Brown

There aren’t enough days in TCFF to post all the reviews. In fact, I still have a few more TCFF reviews coming your way next week, which will be interspersed with new release reviews such as… 681 more words

Flix Reviews

Spasms (1983)

For this Canadian low budget production, we find the burly hellraiser Oliver Reed taking center stage with some able assistance from Peter Fonda as the pair attempt to capture and kill a giant snake with a powerful venom that turns it’s victims into a bloated, bloody mess. 786 more words

Daily Take

Easy Rider

AFI Top 100 Ranking: 84

Year: 1969

Writer: Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Terry Southern

Director: Dennis Hopper

Star: Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper, Jack Nicholson

Studio: Columbia Pictures… 1,041 more words

AFI Top 100

Film Review: Race With the Devil (1975)

Release Date: June 27th, 1975
Directed by: Jack Starrett
Written by: Wes Bishop, Lee Frost
Music by: Leonard Rosenman
Cast: Peter Fonda, Warren Oates, Loretta Swit, Lara Parker, R.G. 627 more words

Reviews

Nancy Sinatra and Peter Fonda

The Wild Angels (1966). Producer Roger Corman tackles the Hell’s Angels with realism, taking apart the cult and giving its members an indepth study as he follows a gang headed by Peter Fonda in their defiance of common decencies. 28 more words

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Wild Angels

The booze and bongo delivery service provide a blurry bottle of J&B.

Verson Jetorix: “Rambunctious bikers spout lines like “We wanna be free to ride our machines without getting hassled by The Man… and we wanna get loaded!” You gotta like that.”

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