Dir. Roger Corman (1962). Possibly the most alarming B movie of 1962, Cormans anti-segregationist screen-scorcher, shot on location in an Ozark town, is both ferociously topical and impressively timeless. William Shatners pre-Star Trek turn as the ultimate rabble-rousing white devil is a performance as unprecedented in its way as Andy Griffiths in A Face in the Crowd.
Sat., Oct. 15, 8 p.m., 2011
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