Listen, just because you may have never taken hallucinogens doesn’t mean you wont enjoy this list. You see, realistically, people who have never taken hallucinogens have often never taken them because the misconceptions and fears about them, which society only works at perpetuating. Jaundice journalism, if I may be so bold. But this list will show you what you have been taught is quite wrong, actually. For those who have taken hallucinogens, they know that the inch thick (proverbial) goggles we wear in our lives without ever knowing it get stripped off under the influence of hallucinogens, and we see life as we never had before, yet we see it like we were intended to. The colors are crisp, the thoughts are divine epiphanies, and the most predominant thing you feel is the constant joy at how new, stunning, and alive everything suddenly becomes. And if you can “trip” anywhere, you should trip in the woods. You really should. But on the off-chance it is cold outside, or stormy, or you have the inability to get yourself to a forest safely, the next best thing to do is create art, in any form. Be it music or painting or writing, like I am right now. But, if you are trapped inside and not feeling the creation vibe, the NEXT best thing to do when tripping is put on a movie and just sit back and bug out. The thing is, the movies you put on during a trip will form the feeling of that trip, so the films you choose are essential to heightening the already amazing experience. Here are six (yes, there’s an extra hidden at the end) movies to watch while tripping your face off, that will only make your trip that much more enjoyable. Well, except for The Wall. That one may tweak you out a little, but you should still watch it tripping.