I’ve loved Udo Kier since I saw him in the Andy Warhol/Paul Morrissey movies such as “Flesh for Frankenstein” and “Blood for Dracula.”  And through the years, I’ve witnessed the actor take on roles ranging from B movies to blockbusters and working with great directors like Lars Von Trier and Gus Van Sant.  The actor, who lives in Palm Springs, is keeping himself busy with two films now out on demand such as the harrowing but powerful “The Painted Bird” and the excellent sci-fi Western mishmash “Bacurau.”  I spoke with the actor recently for “The Painted Bird,” his character, the eye-gouging scene, and working with the Queen of Pop, Madonna.