Anatomy of a Psycho is a 1961 American film directed by Boris Petroff and starring Ronnie Burns in the lead role. The film is notable for being reportedly co-written by the noted writer and director Edward D. Wood Jr., under the pseudonym of Larry Lee. Chet (Darrell Howe) is the brother of a serial killer who is executed. Becoming increasingly paranoid and psychotic after being injured in a brawl in an alley, Chet vows to take revenge on those responsible for his brother's death. Initially, Chet seeks help from his younger sister, friends and girlfriend, but soon begins to imagine that everyone is in some way connected to his brother's death, and views everyone around him as an enemy. After Chet attacks the son of the attorney who prosecuted his brother, Lieutenant Mac (Michael Granger) begins to pursue him, in the hope of stopping the out-of-control teenager before he can commit any further crimes.