Saturday, June 14, 2008

Greatest Actor of the Past Nine Generations Showcase

Oh, Crispin Glover. Anyone who can join forces with Corey Feldman to inject some dignity and grace into Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter is deserving of worship. This was further proven in the 1986 exercise in fabulosity, River's Edge, which stars not only the disturbingly talented and sexily coiffed Glover, but effing Dennis Hopper as a gun-toting, sex-doll-loving pot fiend.

Only the beautiful Crisp could elevate pill-popping and desperately attempting to conceal a brutal murder committed by an acquaintance to an art form. The skull cap and black outfit don't hurt, either. Keep up that 80s intensity, and while you're at it, dump Courtney Peldon.

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