Psychedelicinema: The World of Hippie Exploitation
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The 1960s was a truly far out time man. The love generation were tuning in, turning on and dropping out while the squares and the Fuzz tried to come down on them, ruin their trip. At the same time cinema was undergoing a sea change and filmmakers began focusing on the wild, wacky world the hippies inhabited. Free love, civil rights, rock n' roll and drug experimentation were the topics of the day. To pay tribute to that electric era of hippiedom GCDb has compiled a groovy primer to introduce you to several of the most intriguing counterculture exploitation classics of the 60s and 70s. Revisit the bygone era when kids were trying to change the world through peace while getting their kicks. Just dig these beautiful gems of the freak film scene because they're wild.