A campy movie directed by Roger Corman about a would-be artist who discovers a unique method of creating sculptures.
This was not as bad as it should have been. The one thing that saves it is the lead actor Dick Miller. The character Walter Paisley is unpleasant, unremarkable and feckless. Somehow Miller makes him sympathetic and able to hold one’s interest.
Other viewers of the movie were less forgiving. It features an abundance of terrible beat poetry, ugly art and some bizarre elements.
Good for mocking.