Similar realistic gritty feel of a movie about a serial killer in a almost too real documentary.
It is mentioned on the cover of an issue of Gorezone magazine.
When the female cop is being choked in the hospital, you can hear an advertisement for "Henry: Portrait Of A Serial Killer" playing on the television in the background. This is another film from director John McNaughton.
referenced in dialogue
Gene Siskel says this movie is more honest and less exploitative than "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991).
"Henry: Portait of a Serial Killer is not as sick as this"
O-Dog enjoys watching the video of the people he killed.
The central theme is used in this film.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Chip mentions it.
Poster for this seen in Leg Show office.
Referenced by name
Video case is shown.
features two serial killers watching the snuff movie they made
Video case is shown.
It is mentioned in a magazine.
mentioned by Billy
referenced during a talk on serial killers
title reference to the level "Portrait of a Killer"
When discussing "Sea of Love", Colby asks if Liz is a big Pacino fan. She responds she is a Michael Rooker fan, including "Henry, Portrait of a Serial Killer".
John McNaughton compares Henry to Combat Shock in this Documentary
Christopher Smith mentions it.
Mentioned in dialogue
among movies Snob prefers to Maniac
Photograph is shown.
the film of this episode's topic.
One scene was filmed to pay homage to an iconic scene in Henry : Portrait of a serial killer.
mentioned among "real" serial killer films
movie playing on the television set, just before Otis breaks it.
review of the film, and clips shown
Roberto, Carlos and Amalia watch it at the cinema.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, poster, video case and footage of this movie are shown.
Documentary about the making of the movie
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
mentioned in dialogue: "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Geribal"
Title spoofed in the TV-movie-within-the-show "Homer Simpson: Portrait of an Ass-Grabber