Killer Diller is a 2004 American musical drama film by director Tricia Brock, based on the earlier novel by Clyde Edgerton. Wesley (William Lee Scott) is a car thief with musical abilities that surpass even his hot-wiring abilities. When one theft goes lessly than smoothly, however, Wesley is sent to live in a halfway house on the campus of a Christian College. There, he meets Vernon (Lucas Black). Isolated by his autism, Vernon's outstanding abilities on the piano are all but ignored. Determined to make the best of things, and put their abilities to use, Wesley and Vernon team up with the halfway house's struggling band to create the Killer Diller Blues Band. Killer Diller was well put together, earning Brock a Crystal Heart Award at the Heartland Film Festival.