Incomprehensible drug film from director Roger Corman is not particularly entertaining on any level. The dated style and bargain-basement surrealism could have been fun, but none of it is all that creative. The loose story (written by Jack Nicholson) is basically an excuse to set-up seemingly endless montages set to droning psychedelic rock music that's just annoying more than anything.
You'd think someone having a personality crisis had a more interesting trip? Oh well, what do I know. I've never tried LSD. Hopper's scenes were fun, but overall I was disappointed. Being such a short film, this felt like a slog. I think a lot had to with pacing and the doctor's ramblings, but also the content of the hallucinations wasn't that interesting. There were some great colorful scenes, but that's about it.