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American Psycho

Technically Literary Adaptation Month was supposed to end in September… but I couldn’t resist one more! American Psycho isn’t exactly a book you’ll find on your high school reading list, anyway (though it should be!). 367 more words


#DirectedbyWomen AMERICAN PSYCHO: Transforming sexism into feminism

Artwork by Chloe Leeson

The 1991 novel American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis immediately met with controversy. The novel is not an easy read. It is filled with long-winded and overly detailed descriptions of the food Patrick Bateman eats, the expensive suits that he wears and the music that he listens to. 1,574 more words


American Psycho (2000)

American Psycho
Directed by Mary Harron
Written by Mary Harron with Bret Easton Ellis based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis.
(number 435)

Yay a woman director! 967 more words


A Year of Female Filmmakers: April

This was my fourth month of A Year of Female Filmmakers and I am happy to announce that I’ve already seen 70 new-to-me woman directed films this year (which is almost twice as much as in 2014… 967 more words


Serial Killers and American Psycho

“American Psycho”- Thriller, Drama, Crime

Have you ever met someone you thought was a serial killer? The stereotypical serial killer is usually a white male over forty and for some unknown reason, always has creepy large eyeglasses. 469 more words


a character study, (+ the song I've been trying to figure out for YEARS)

 director, Mary Harron, revealed in an interview with BlackBook:

We talked about how Martian-like Patrick Bateman was, how he was looking at the world like somebody from another planet, watching what people did and trying to work out the right way to behave.

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