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Official Poster Drops for Upcoming Anthology Film XX

Here’s a project that’s at the top of my “Must See” list. XX is an all-female driven horror anthology that features films from some of the most talented women working in horror today. 198 more words

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The poster for ‘XX’ has arrived

For our weekly catch up on a few ICYMI articles we are sure by now you have have seen the official poster for the female horror anthology XX. 50 more words

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Movie Quote of the Day - The Notorious Bettie Page, 2005 (dir. Mary Harron)

Man on Street: You don’t have to be ashamed.
Bettie Page: I’m not ashamed. Adam and Eve were naked in the Garden of Eden, weren’t they?

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Movie Quote Of The Day

American Psycho

2000

Director: Mary Harron

Writers: Bret Easton Ellis, Mary Harron

Stars: Christian Bale, Justin Theroux, Josh Lucas, Jared Leto, Reese Witherspoon, Willem Dafoe.

IMDb rating: ********** 742 more words

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[Bea's Reviews] American Psycho [2000]

Morality, goodness and the people are expendable. Greed, artifice and accessories are everything. Shocking, culturally impacting and hits very close to home, Mary Harron’s ‘American Psycho’ is a horrific comedy of manners that never flinches from taking off the glove and slapping pretentious, alpha dog driven and ‘me-me-me’ yuppie culture square across the face with a wink, a smile and a buzzing chainsaw. 65 more words

AMERICAN PSYCHO (2000)

Director of Photography: Andrzej Sekula

Director: Mary Harron

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Quasi-GothWatch: Vanden

I don’t think there are many movie-buffs who’d disagree that American Psycho (2000) is far superior to its cash-in sequel… in part because the latter was a generic “killing to get ahead” story of ruthless ambition, while the former is a biting satire of a very specific breed of vapid, vainglorious, and sociopathic Suit, who kills out of petty jealousy and primal bloodlust, rather than to achieve any long-term professional ambitions. 201 more words

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