1969, 35mm transferred to DVD, color, sound, 89 minutes, NR written by Kim Henkel and Tobe Hooper directed by Tobe Hooper
Five years before THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, Texas native Tobe Hooper set out to make a film about the end of the Vietnam War from the perspective of an Austin hippie commune. The largely improvised script coalesces around what future CHAINSAW art director Bob Burns described to Texas Monthly as the “cryptoembryonic hyperelectric presence” dwelling beneath the commune. Hooper has referred to the film as "a mixture of Andy Warhol’s TRASH and Walt Disney’s FANTASIA”. Courtesy of Watchmaker Films and Louis Black.