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The Trip

The Trip

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With The Trip, Roger Corman delves deep inside the mind of the artist. TV commercial director Paul Groves (Peter Fonda, The Wild Angels), with both his personal and professional life in crisis due to a crumbling marriage and stagnating career, begins to experiment with LSD to free himself artistically. Paul's trip provides the viewer with psychedelic and hallucinatory moments worthy of Fellini, as an onslaught of strange, beautiful and terrifying images flood Paul's subconscious and leads to a revelatory denouement. Featured in The Trip are Bruce Dern (co-star of the Corman directed The Wild Angels) as John, the self-proclaimed LSD guru who sends Paul on his trip; Susan Strasberg (Psych-Out) as Paul's estranged wife; and Dennis Hopper (Chattahoochee) as a drug-culture everyman. The Trip, written for the screen by Jack Nicholson (Psych-Out, Ironweed) would be one of several collaborations with mentor Roger Corman including The Little Shop of Horrors, The Raven and The Terror.

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    Title: The Trip
    Genre: Drama
    Starring: Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, Susan Strasberg, Dennis Hopper
    Director: Roger Corman
    Release Date: 3/22/2016
    Original Year: 1967
    Product Type: Blu-ray
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1177
    UPC: 887090117708
    Item #: 1562937X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 3/22/2016
    Run Time: 82 minutes
    Studio: Olive Films