Crawl After Dark Screening
Jodorowsky's legendary, notorious cult hit essentially created the genre of the midnight movie. It's a spectacle so stunning and bizarre that normal hours couldn't contain it. Incorporating influences from tarot to the Bible to surrealism into a mind-blowing western, Jodorowsky cast himself as the leather-clad gunman, El Topo ('the mole'). One of the most outrageous aesthetic experiments of its radical era, it remains unmatched in its provocations and strange beauty.
(Alejandro Jodorowsky; Mexico; 1970; 125 min)