[image-1]Crispin Glover. You gotta love a guy who’s made a career out of playing creepy fellas. I loved him as Andy Warhol in The Doors. I loved him as McFly in Back to the Future. I even liked his flasher-in-a-drench-coat kind of bad-guy in Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. But with all those characters, he had to reveal the abundant creepiness on the inside. He had to bring the inside out. Now with his new role as the monster Grendel in Robert Zemeckis’ film adaptation of the Beowulf epic (to open wide next Friday), he gets to play a character who wears his creepiness-to-spare on his sleeve. He’s found a role he can really put himself into, a role that allows him the freedom to be who he really is.