"I'll just tell you straight out, Killer Joe is the most disturbing film I've ever made," William Friedkin admits. This is really something, coming from a filmmaker who has spent much of an eclectic career testing audience limits. The Exorcist riled Catholics and had theaters stocking barf bags in 1973; Cruising, the 1980 Al Pacino thriller that takes place amid the Manhattan s/m scene, outraged the gay community; and Bug (2006) is one of the most visceral, psychologically intense films in recent memory. "I'm always trying to push the envelope. It's hard to define 'the envelope,' but that's what I want from a film — to take me to places I... More >>>