Interesting, strange, and OVER-LONG documentary on people who love serial killers and collect, buy, sell, and create merchandise based on America's most well-known serial killers like...Ted Bundy, Charles Manson, Henry Lee Lucas, Jeffrey Dahmer, Albert Fish, Zodiac Killer...you get the picture. These guys and gals are emphatic that nothing is wrong with them and that it's nothing more a love of something a little different but---what about those who obsess over and collect WAR memorabilia? Or sport fanatics where people die in riots or in the ring? Everything in our culture is violent, they say, and just because they are writing songs about murderers, singing songs about them, giving tours of murder sites and charging for them, creating comic books about them, and paying astronomical fees for paintings and art created by incarcerated murderers, well, there's NOTHING wrong with them, right? That's the slant of this doc and it is hard to take your eyes and ears away from it once it begins, but you be the judge on whether or not these people are insane or just have hobbies that are a bit morbid. Well put together, thought provoking, and paced pretty well (although again, drags on too long!), this doc is worth a look for morbid curiosity seekers and those who might question their own interests in violent serial killers, horror movies, and the dark side of anything. What makes us tick, anyway, and what REALLY drives our interests in this stuff? I'm not sure the answer is in this doc, as I had more questions about myself and everything around me by the time the credits rolled, so...check it out!