Why would anyone want to own a painting by a murderer like John Wayne Gacy, Richard "The Night Stalker" Ramirez or Henry Lee Lucas, really bad guys responsible for grotesque serial killings? That's the question posed, if never satisfactorily answered, by
this documentary portrait of two Louisiana-based collectors of "Killer Art," Tobias Allen and Rick Staton. Staton and Allen are also dealers, and the film is structured around a 1999 "Death Row Art Show" Allen and Staton arranged in Houston, TX. That the show featured work by Elmer Wayne Henley
who, with the notorious Dean Corll and another accomplice, murdered at least 27 Houston-area youths in the early '7...