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Thoughts on: American Psycho (Film)

Just like the novel before it, American Psycho (2000) wasn’t that well received on release. Sure, there were those who loved it, but by and large reviews were mixed with many just not “getting it”. 528 more words

The Notorious Bettie Page (2006)

A biopic based on the life of burlesque queen and icon Bettie Page, this film mirrors the lady in question by being rather appealing on a superficial level but containing little of any real substance. 205 more words


Call for Chapters: ReFocus on Mary Harron

ReFocus: The Films of Mary Harron

Edited by Kyle Barrett and Paula Blair

Edinburgh University Press

Series Editors: Gary D. Rhodes and Robert Singer… 395 more words

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The Moth Diaries is a supernatural horror set at an all-girl boarding school where young Rebecca (Sarah Bolger from… 420 more words

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"Alias Grace" Mini-Series Set to Begin Shooting

According to The Toronto Star, the novel “Alias Grace” will be coming to CBC and Netflix very soon.

Sarah Polley is still attached to the project, writing and producing the miniseries starting this August here in Ontario. 65 more words

Alias Grace

'Stories We Tell's' Sarah Polley and 'American Psycho's' Mary Harron Team Up for Miniseries Adaptation of Margaret Atwood's 'Alias Grace'

Three very influential artists are partaking in the making of an upcoming Netflix miniseries. The first is Margaret Atwood, providing source material through her based-on-a-true-story crime novel, 321 more words


Netflix Nabs Sarah Polley Miniseries Based on Margaret Atwood True-Crime Novel

Netflix will soon be adding a historical true-crime drama to its queue.

The streaming service is teaming up with Halfire Entertainment and Canadian broadcaster CBC on the six-hour miniseries “Alias Grace,” based on Margaret Atwood’s novel of the same name about convicted murderer Grace Marks. 354 more words