Crispin Glover On Tour This Week

crispingloverCrispin Glover is one of the most recognizable actors to come out of the Friday the 13th franchise. His breakout role in Back To The Future in 1985 made him a household name and his brilliance in films such as River’s Edge and The Doors really showed off his stylistic and unique acting ability. Now, Mr Glover is taking his act on the road, literally.

He will be touring to some cities during the Spring and the Summer months to show his film, the second part of the “It” trilogy, It is fine! EVERYTHING IS FINE. This will be followed by His Big Slide Show and then book signing. Cities include, Milwaukee, Indianapolis and New York so far. To get a glimpse of what you will be witnessing at these shows, watch the video below and for more information about the shows, visit his official website.


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3 Responses to “ Crispin Glover On Tour This Week ”

  1. I saw his show a couple years ago and it did not disappoint….one of the weirdest nights out you will ever experience….you have to see it to believe it.

  2. Just watching this video I figured people would be in for an interesting night. :) If anything, you can say you saw something you never saw before and got the opportunity to meet Crispin Glover. Oh yea, you can get that autograph too!

  3. The slide-show alone is worth price of admission…the films…are beyond description…if Gummo left you perplexed- these movies will fry your brain…most of the actors have down syndrome and are naked…I wouldn’t want to give away too much, but if there is one scene that sums up the spirit of the movie, it would be a giant clam shell floating onto the screen and magically opening up to reveal a naked man (with down syndrome, of course) inside. Masturbating. Shot in unflinching detail. Glover usually sells and signs his books after the presentation as well….but I’m telling you: The slide-show is pure maniacal genius…I wish I could see it again and again.

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