Here’s some tasty psycho-candy for you to chomp on - Lucky McKee’s May (2002). It's a tragic yet enjoyable fury-tale and is part of Culturine’s Halloween series of scary B-movie cult-classics.
May contains all of the ingredients of a cult-classic. It has a low budget, a cool as a cucumber soundtrack, a great cast and a cerebral, yet seemingly ridiculous plot. It tells the tale of May, a girl with a crazy-lazy eye and a friend count of nil so she takes the advice of her mother and makes one, using the body parts of anyone unfortunate enough to show her attention.
The supporting cast includes Jeremy Sisto as Adam a potential suitor who becomes less so, after becoming familiar with May’s peculiarities. The typically hilarious Anna Farris plays lipstick lesbian workmate Polly and James Duval stars as Blank, a punk May picks up in a park. All three characters are weirdly attracted to May and all end up forming part of her living doll.