Actor and occasional director Crispin Hellion Glover’s second feature may not be the strangest movie ever made: That probably would be his first, WHAT IS IT? (1999), which starred men and women with Downs’ syndrome, some in blackface, and featured songs by tunesmith Charles Manson on the soundtrack. But this bizarre thriller about a man with cerebral palsy and a murderous fetish for long-haired women comes fairly close, and is the second installment in Glover’s projected "It" trilogy. So if you like what you've seen so far, you're in luck. There's more to come.
In the hallway of a nursing-home facility, CP sufferer Paul Baker (the late Steven C. Stewart, wh...