I totally loved this movie. A former mental patient, Ken, lives with his mother, works at an ice cream parlour and kills people. His 11 year old daughter, who he has never met, shows up on his door step and they work on establishing a bond. It was produced by John Landis and has his familiar comical feel about it. Every performance is fantastic. Kevin Corrigan in the lead role is really damn good and its impossible not to love this guy. The girl who plays his daughter is great and Barry Bostwick gives a fantastically tongue in cheek role as the sheriff who's investigating the murders (and dating Ken's mum). Lucy Davis from The Office is also really good... This gets released in Australia in May and I highly recommend it. It's a little left of centre and well written.