Ken Boyd (played by Kevin Corrigan), a lonely man fresh out of the loony bin, has returned to his small hometown, where he works at the ice cream parlor and lives with his overbearing mother, Ruth (played by Karen Black). When not scooping ice cream for his bully of a boss or dealing with his mom’s incessant insults, Ken spends his time either drawing, or trying to kill each of the guys he deems responsible for his miserable life. However, carrying out his murderous plan becomes more difficult for Ken when his estranged daughter (played by Ariel Gade) shows up, eager to get to know her father. Further complicating matters is the Town Sheriff (played by Barry Bostwick), who is hot on Ken’s trail, and sleeping with Ken’s mom. Some Guy Who Kills People is based on The Fifth, a short film written and directed by Ryan Levin, which found great success on the film festival circuit in 2007-2008. –The Film Collaborative
While it's not a great film, it might be the sweetest slasher movie ever, which in itself is a strange kind of achievement. The cast is wonderful: the criminally underused Corrigan flourishes in this rare lead role, Black is delightfully droll, Bostwick is hilariously deadpan as the sheriff who's a lot sharper than he seems, Gade is adorable without hamming it up and Davis is believably charming as the love interest.