Throughout his career Warhol made numerous films, many of which were experimental and pushed the boundaries of what was considered acceptable in cinema. `Bad? was Warhol?s last film, with Jed Johnson as director and Warhol as executive producer. The script was based on Warhol?s idea of creating a film based on headlines from The National Enquirer. It centres on a New York housewife who runs both an electrolysis business and a hit-man service in order to keep up with household bills. The murderers are exclusively women; they specialise in the more `unpleasant? jobs such as killing children. Warhol?s name was in itself a brand and by incorporating it into the title, he successfully draws on his own celebrity as a marketing tool.