From Fast, Cheap & Out of Control's naked-mole-rat aficionado to the electric-chair expert of Mr. Death, filmmaker Errol Morris has made a brilliant career of documenting obsessive personalities. In Tabloid, Morris has found perhaps his most entrancing weirdo yet: Joyce McKinney, a highly theatrical Southern belle whose life has led her repeatedly into tabloid-worthy scandals, from ridiculously salacious sex-crime charges in the 1980s to a cloning-related brouhaha in the new century. From start to finish, Tabloid explodes with surprises, and McKinney is a documentary star: a seeming sociopath putting on the show of her life. (See Movie Times: