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In Depression-era New York, an elderly man named Albert Fish lured children to their deaths. Filmmaker John Borowski tells the true story of the sadomasochistic cannibal in this grisly docudrama, which also features interviews with outsider artist Joe Coleman and true-crime author Katherine Ramsland. The film was an official selection at the 2006 Bloodbath U.K. Horror and Exploitation Film Festival.

Beyond the Myth........Unfairly known as violent killers, pit bulls have suffered from the stigma of negative media coverage that has lead to citywide bans across the country. This documentary strips away the preconceptions to show the loving companions these dogs can be.

The color scheme and the balance of this movie poster is fine-- what makes it into the worst-list is the position and stance that the character has... not intimidating, just awkward and weird--which is bad if it's a horror movie poster aiming to scare people! The contrast is also a bit too high on the main subject and the focus of the swine head becomes lost.

This biopic paints a chilling portrait of Ed Gein, a lonely Wisconsin farmer who became America's first famous serial killer, covering everything from his domineering mother to his 1957 arrest after a decade of horrific murders. Best movie on him yet!

Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer -- "Filmmaker Nick Broomfield explores the troubled life and deadly end of female killer Aileen Wuornos, the woman behind Charlize Theron's Oscar-winning role for Best Actress in Monster. Filmed after Wuornos was imprisoned but before she was put to death, the documentary highlights the media blitz surrounding her case, culminating in interviews with Wuornos as well as her lawyer, her lover and her adoptive mother."

The most prolific (and perhaps horrific) serial killer in American history, John Wayne Gacy (Mark Holton) appeared to be a model citizen in his suburban Chicago neighborhood. He even volunteered as a clown at a local hospital. But a tip to the police led to his connection to 30 brutal murders -- and the gruesome discovery of his victims' bodies stuffed in the crawlspace under his home.

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Danny Greene: The Rise and Fall of the Irishman (2009)

Danny Greene: The Rise and Fall of the Irishman. Documentary, 1970s Cleveland, Irish mobster takes on Italian mafia