Here's a grim little film for ya. As the poster suggests, "Tony" is a British answer to Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer. It follows Tony's mundane day-to-day life around the streets of London and inside his small stenchy apartment. He's been unemployed for 20 years and is socially inept. Whoever he comes across he tries to befriend but his inability to relate to them leads him to kill. It's a grizzly and macabre film with a strong underlay of humour. Peter Ferdinado's performance is chilling and flawless and if you know what he looks like in real life, its an amazing transformation and embodiment he's pulled off. If you dig serial killer flicks then this is a great one.