Father John (John Darrell) begins to question his faith and walks away from the church. Soon afterwards he begins a downward spiral where drugs come into play.
ELECTRIC SHADES OF GREY was originally filmed in 1971 but it never got released until four decades later when Something Weird Video rescued it. Was it a lost Holy Grail? Umm...not at all. If you're a fan of Something Weird then you already know that countless psychedelic movies were made and I'd argue that they were some of the worst ever released by the studio.
This film here was directed by William Grefe and like most of his filmmography he wasn't given much of a budget and instead he's working with his talent only. As usual he at least makes a professional looking film but there's really nothing here to get excited about. For starters, there wasn't a screenplay so people are just doing stuff in front of the camera and it certainly isn't entertaining. Even worse is that there's just no real story here. Nothing makes you care about these characters or their situations.
It's easy to see why this film never saw a theatrical release.
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