You guys need another hint? Very popular midnight movie in the 70's...possibly 2nd only to "Rocky Horror" as a midnight feature.
Directed by the king of surrealism. His movies walk a fine line between reality and dreaming.
Finally....a black and white film....whose director has never disclosed the underlying theme of the movie, although there are countless interpretations.
C'mon....here is the quote again....
"I thought I heard a stranger. We've got chicken tonight. Strangest damn things. They're man made. Little damn things. Smaller than my fist. But they're new. Hi, I'm Bill."