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Published on Dec 29, 2018
From Marvel Studios to Christopher Nolan and David Lynch, psychedelic imagery is expanding across the cinema screen more than ever thanks to CGI. Here, I explore what effect this is having, how filmmakers are taking advantage of it and what this means for the future of the medium.
Films used in intro (chronologically, omitting repetition):
2001: A Space Odyssey Performance Easy Rider Blow-Up The Holy Mountain Altered States Fantasia The King and the Mockingbird Alice in Wonderland Dumbo Pink Floyd's The Wall Fantastic Planet The Aristocats Lucy Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Doctor Strange Annihilation
Films used in the rest of the Essay (chronologically, omitting repetitions)
Enter the Void Inception The Cell The Matrix Limitless The Lego Movie Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Doctor Strange Ant-Man Ant-Man and the Wasp Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 8 Annihilation
Films used in Conclusion (chronologically, omitting repetitions)
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Ant-Man and the Wasp Dunkirk Alice Through the Looking Glass Twin Peaks Season 3, Episode 8 2001: A Space Odyssey Holy Motors