HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER surely ranks as one of the most frightening and disturbing films ever made. An angry and raw independent feature, HENRY begins with a creepy montage of shots of dead bodies. The corpses are the victims of Henry (Michael Rooker), a lowlife drifter who
looks for victims while driving around in his green Impala. Rooker murders with knives, guns, rope, even his hands--he has no preferred method or pattern.
Rooker lives with Towles, a degenerate he met while in prison (for killing his mother) who now works in a gas station and sells drugs on the side. When Towles's sister (Arnold) comes to Chicago, she stays with Towles and Rooker w...