Telling the story of the quiet Joseph (George Foster), Killer Me shows him alone in his hovel apartment and mindlessly working his menial job at a library, all the while trying to fight off the demons that tell him to slice people up with a straight razor. The dysfunctional Anna (Christina Kew) takes an interest when Joseph sits in on her criminal psychology class, and the two soon strike up an unlikely romance of sorts -- dating when he isn't busy stalking joggers on the running paths over L.A. And of course, Joseph doesn't remember any of this.
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